ERGONOMIC ETHICS WITH APPLICABILITY IN WELDING TECHNIQUE FIELD
11th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM2011, www.sgem.org, SGEM2011 Conference Proceedings/ ISSN 1314-2704, June 20-25, 2011, Vol. 2, 1281-1288 pp
Industrial processes are made obligatory in terms of quality, all under a price/quality ratio to the desired level for the products. Also, it is obligatory imposed that the activity to take place in conditions and to be subjected to the environmental management:
respecting the legislation, to ensure specific conditions, a proper ventilation, noise protection and ergonomics in the field. A key element in implementing ergonomic solutions is the improvement in the field of all the interested factors. Thus, service training is made from the manager, supervisors, personnel at different levels the
operator, designers of equipment manufacturers, accessories, devices until furniture designers (tables adaptable to parts, special chairs to assure a comfortable position of the operators) clothing, helmets. There are presented some study cases of the
applicability and ergonomics principles in welding engineering field with ethical implications. It is also evidenced the importance of endowments (auxiliary work tables, ergonomic chairs for welders), the flow of his disposition, clothing perfectly suited to
the size operators (protective clothing, gloves, boots), parts handling systems (cranes, wheelchairs, assistive devices), the welding torch adapted (in terms of easy handling, according to the technique applied, for example with its own suction pollution systems)
to follow the implications of musculoskeletal operators.
Keywords: ergonomics, welding torch, pollution systems
PAPER 2011/s24.102: ERGONOMIC ETHICS WITH APPLICABILITY IN WELDING TECHNIQUE FIELD
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