Reducing control selection errors associated with underground bolting equipment.

@article{BurgessLimerick2010ReducingCS,
  title={Reducing control selection errors associated with underground bolting equipment.},
  author={Robin Burgess-Limerick and Veronica Krupenia and Christine M. Zupanc and Guy Wallis and Lisa Maria Steiner},
  journal={Applied ergonomics},
  year={2010},
  volume={41 4},
  pages={
          549-55
        }
}
Selecting the incorrect control during the operation of underground bolting and drilling equipment causes serious injuries. Shape coding and the layout of dual control banks are two aspects of control design which require further examination. The aims of this research were: (i) to determine whether arbitrary shape coding was effective in reducing selection error rates in a virtual analogy of roof-bolting; and (ii) to determine whether any advantages exist for mirror or place layouts for dual… CONTINUE READING
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