Force as an agent: exposure analysis in ergonomic epidemiology.
Wells-R; Van Eerd-D
Arbete och Halsa 2001 Jun; 2001(10):30-32
Introduction: The term "exposure" has suffered from inconsistent and confusing usage in many fields including environmental and occupational health sciences (6). The concept of ergonomic exposure has also been difficult to define. There have, however been a number of ergonomic or physical exposure models presented (1, 2, 5). The aim of this paper is to present a model that addresses current concerns about exposure, unifies a variety of physical/ergonomic exposures and includes the concept of human behaviour.
Ergonomics; Epidemiology; Force; Exposure-assessment; Humans; Behavior; Models; Analytical-models; Physiological-effects; Physical-reactions; Employee-exposure
R Wells, Department of Kinesiology, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada
Hagsberg-M; Knave-B; Lillienberg-L; Westberg-H
Arbete och Halsa (X2001 - exposure assessment in epidemiology and practice, June 10-13, 2001, Göteborg, Sweden)
The Institute for Work and Health, Toronto, Ontario, Canada