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A review of job analysis methods.
Minneapolis, MN: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, IC 9438, 1995 Jan; :1-9
The purpose of this IC is to discuss how job analysis methods taken from different disciplines can be used together to form a more complete picture of jobs in the mining industry. The term 'job analysis' can be a method of breaking a job into tasks in order to find out the hazards involved, or a way to select tasks for combination or automation as jobs change with technology. Methods used to analyze jobs change from different viewpoints will be presented to give readers a choice of job analysis alternatives for use in their own companies.
Personnel; Mine-safety; Training; Qualifications; Experience; Work-measurement; Work-functions; Job-skills; Job-analysis; Mining-industry; Human-factors-engineering; Man-machine-systems; Ergonomics
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Minneapolis, MN: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, IC 9438
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