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ITS » Undergraduate Theses » Teknik Industri Posted by eny at 29/10/2008 16:04:08 • 7716 Views
ERGONOMIC APPROACH FOR DESIGNING WORK SYSTEM AND SUPPORTING QUIPMENT FOR AGING WORKER CASE STUDY IN FOUNDRY WORKSHOP PT. BARATA INDONESIA
Author : HAKIM, DIMAS ENFIKA
PT BARATA INDONESIA Persero in its status as one of Indonesian Government owned company which operates in foundry manufacturing and EPC Engineering Procurement and Construction. PT Barata Indonesia producing some products which one of the product is boogie which made by hand molding process.
One of the main concerns in this research is older worker aging worker. The research observe older worker in some parameters used on the research such as energy consumption body posture analysis moment analysis Nordic body map complain Job Stress Index and environmental analysis.
Some aspects and parameters observed in this research shows that in existing condition need to be improved. Some aspects observed are physical cognitive and environmental aspects. Energy consumption of older worker shows that the energy consumption higher than standard so it must be designed new work system in this case using some ergonomic approach and the result is design new resting time. Supporting equipment is also designed here to improve performance of body posture that indicated by reduction of moment on body part. The work system design includes the improvement of job condition indicated by reduction of Job Stress Index and improvement of environmental aspects.
Aging worker ; Ergonomic ; Work system ; Supporting equipment
: Human Engineering ; Bioteknologi ; Ergonomi
DYAH SANTHI DEWI, ST, M.Eng.Sc.
: RSI 620.82 Hak e
Source Undergraduate Theses, Industrial Engineering, RSI 620.82 Hak e, 2007
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