Human Factors & Ergonomics

Module 1

Introduction to Ergonomics

Part I: Human Capability

Module 2

Occupational Anatomy

Module 3

Occupational Biomechanics

Module 4

Occupational Physiology

You could download the formulas used in the videos: Work Physiology Formulas updated Feb 2020

Part II: Workstation

Module 5

Workstation Design Using Anthropometric Design Principle

You must check the ADA guidelines before using the design principles demonstrated in the following videos. For example, (1) the grocery store checkout counter height should be no more than 38 inches tall, (2) An accessible table has a surface height of no more than 34 inches and no less than 28 inches above the floor (restaurant table), (3) etc. 

Part III: Manual Work

Module 6

NIOSH Lifting Equation

Module 7

Manual Work Design Tools and Methods

Part IV: Work Environment

Module 8

Work Environment Noise

Module 9

Work Environment Climate

Part V: Hazard Analysis

Module 10

Risk, Safety & Hazard Assessment Tools: FTA & FMEA

Part VI: Time Study

Module 11

Time Study & Work Measurement

References

References for Module 1 Introduction to Ergonomics

*All references for each module are listed based on the use in the video demonstrations, not by the alphabetic order.

2. Cognitive Ergonomics

3. Macroergonomics/Organizational Ergonomics

Reference for Module 2 Occupational Anatomy

Reference for Module 3 Occupational Biomechanics

Reference for Module 4 Occupational Physiology

Reference for Module 5 Workstation Design Using Anthropometric Design Principle

Reference for Module 8 NIOSH lifting Equation

Reference for Module 9 RULA, REBA, SI, Borg, & SOFI

Reference for Module 10 Workstation, Machines & Tools Evaluation Checklists

Reference for Module 11 Work Environment Noise

Reference for Module 12 Work Environment Climate

Reference for Module 14 Risk, Safety & Hazard Assessment Tools: FTA & FMEA

Reference for Module 16 Cognitive Work Design

Reference for Module 17 Time Study