How could you use the ergonomics 'knowhow' transfer management to enhance human working for sustainable improvements in industrially developing countries?

@article{Helali2012HowCY,
  title={How could you use the ergonomics 'knowhow' transfer management to enhance human working for sustainable improvements in industrially developing countries?},
  author={Faramarz Helali},
  journal={Work},
  year={2012},
  volume={41 Suppl 1},
  pages={2730-5}
}
This paper describes the different strategic understanding from getting ergonomics intervention programmes' conversations to 'Tip', including minimizing strategies; tipping point strategies; and maximizing strategies from building ergonomics intervention techniques. Those have indicated to different recognitions: 1) when amplification of the 'problem' is necessary; 2) when amplification of the 'tipping point' is necessary, and 3) when amplification of the 'success' is necessary. The practical… CONTINUE READING

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