|Course:||Ergonomic Work Analysis|
Psicologia e Comportamento Motor
Teresa Margarida Crato Patrone de Abreu Cotrim
A grasp of the methodological framework for the development of Ergonomic Intervention, based on Work Activity, Analysis and its interaction with technical and organizational factors and human factors. Grasp of analysing techniques of generic use in Ergonomic Work Analysis. Applying analysis techniques in practical situations.
1. Work Analysis as a pillar of Ergonomic Analysis and Intervention: Ergonomics work analysis evolution; Main features of ergonomic work analysis; notions of work site, real work and ergonomics intervention; Different models of work analysis and its implications in ergonomics analysis.
The presentation of the theoretical content is supported by PowerPoint and based on the literature and articles provided to students. The practical part is based on exercises and case studies with the application of theoretical issues through the analysis of articles, the development of tools and their application, role-playing and video analysis. The two assessment models (continuous and final) encompass both aspects: theoretical and practical, with a weighting, respectively, 70 % and 30 % in the final classification. In the continuous assessment model a minimum of 2/3 of class attendance is required and 3 tests are performed. The minimum score accepted for each test is 9.5. It includes works of various kinds, such as information sheets, field work, and reviews of articles. The model for the final evaluation includes a written test with both theoretical and practical contents.
Amalberti e cols (1991). Modéles en Analyse du travail, Pierre Madraga Éditeur.
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