Books in category Technology & Engineering – Industrial Health & Safety

  • Improving Teamwork in Organizations

    Improving Teamwork in Organizations
    Eduardo Salas, Clint A. Bowers, Eleana Edens

    This lesson should be transferred to other nonaviation settings, and this book was written with that goal in mind. This book has two purposes.

  • Learning from Accidents

    Learning from Accidents
    Trevor Kletz

    Anyone involved in accident investigation and reporting of whatever sort and all those who work in industry, whether in design, operations or loss prevention will find this book full of invaluable guidance and advice.

  • FRAM the Functional Resonance Analysis Method

    FRAM, the Functional Resonance Analysis Method
    Erik Hollnagel

    This book presents a detailed and tested method that can be used to model how complex and dynamic socio-technical systems work, and understand both why things sometimes go wrong but also why they normally succeed.

  • Designing Pleasurable Products

    Designing Pleasurable Products
    Patrick W. Jordan

    In this book it is argued that in practice these approaches can be dehumanizing. People are more than merely physical and cognitive processors.

  • Bullying and Emotional Abuse in the Workplace

    Bullying and Emotional Abuse in the Workplace
    Stale Einarsen, Helge Hoel, Cary Cooper

    In addition, research in this field has also started in Australia and South Africa. All are brought together in this work, in a synthesis of research and analysis of practice in the field.

  • Human Factors Issues in Handgun Safety and Forensics

    Human Factors Issues in Handgun Safety and Forensics
    Hal W. Hendrick, Paul Paradis, Richard J. Hornick

    This seminal work identifies numerous human factors in handgun design, training, and related human behavior in unintentional and inadvertent shooting incidents.

  • Ergonomics and Human Factors in Safety Management

    Ergonomics and Human Factors in Safety Management
    Pedro Miguel Ferreira Martins Arezes, Paulo Victor Rodrigues de Carvalho

    This book offers: · Examples of field practices that can be reproduced in other scenarios · Applications of new methods for risk assessment · Methods on how to apply and integrate human factors and ergonomics in accident prevention and …

  • Fitness For Work

    Fitness For Work
    T. M. Fraser

    Offers an occupational ergonomic analysis of medical selection procedures for disabled and able-bodied labour-market entrants. The book re-examines the concept of fitness for work and emphasizes humanitarian and legislative factors.

  • Changing the Workplace Safety Culture

    Changing the Workplace Safety Culture
    Ron C. McKinnon

    This book provides a blueprint for creating an active safety culture that prevents accidents before they occur and becomes the key component in ongoing safety success.

  • Working for a Healthier Tomorrow

    Working for a Healthier Tomorrow
    Carol M. Black

    A review that establishes the first baseline for the health of the working population.

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