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Proceedings of the 20th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA 2018)

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 The Making of Robust Schedules: Strategies to Dealing with Uncertainties
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    Chapter 2 The Simulation of Extreme Situations for the Analysis of Resilience: An Original Methodology to Improve Simulation and Organizational Resilience
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    Chapter 3 The Need to Present Actual Costs After an Ergonomic Intervention
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    Chapter 4 Ergonomics/Human Factors Education in United Kingdom
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    Chapter 5 Difficulties of the Modern Work Style in Office Environment
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    Chapter 6 Development of Behavior Markers for Emergency Response Training
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    Chapter 7 Taking to the Skies: Developing a Dedicated MSc Course in Aviation Human Factors
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    Chapter 8 Work Activity Analysis to Support Technological Aid Supply in Vocational Training for Adolescents with Learning Difficulties
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    Chapter 9 Embedding Human Factors and Ergonomics in MSc Organizational Psychology
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    Chapter 10 A Chair Assessment Model for Organizational Benefit, Safety and Asset Management
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    Chapter 11 Managerial Simulation: A Tool for Devising Management Organization
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    Chapter 12 Impact of New Technology on Job Design, Skill Profiling and Assessing the Physical, Cognitive and Psychosocial Impacts on the Workforce
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    Chapter 13 Working Times Profiles of Hypermarket Workers
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    Chapter 14 Challenges of Telework in Brazil: A Sociotechnical Analysis
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    Chapter 15 Participatory Macroergonomics Study – Schools and Kindergartens as Shared Workplaces
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    Chapter 16 Activity Analysis as a Method for Accompanying Industrial Craft Companies to Internal Changes and Market Challenges
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    Chapter 17 The Effectiveness of Labour Inspectors in Improving the Prevention of Psychosocial Risks at Work
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    Chapter 18 “To Him Who Has, More Will Be Given…”– A Realist Review of the OHSAS18001 Standard of OHS Management
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    Chapter 19 Creativity and Performance: A Case Study in a Highly Regulated and Constrained Domain
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    Chapter 20 Effect of Shift Work on Health and Performance of the Workers – Comparison Between Turkey and the Czech Republic
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    Chapter 21 Ergonomic Maturity Model: A Practical Macroergonomic Tool
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    Chapter 22 Fragility of Tertiary Ergonomics/Human Factors Programmes
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    Chapter 23 An Exploratory Study of the Issues of a Professionalization to the Industrial Safety in a French Railway Company
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    Chapter 24 The Contribution of Creativity of Action to Safety: The Key Role of Requisite Imagination
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    Chapter 25 The Association Between Safety Climate and Musculoskeletal Symptoms in the U.S. Logging Industry
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    Chapter 26 Quality of Work Life and Differences in Demographic Characteristics Among Managerial Staff in Algerian Tertiary Sector
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    Chapter 27 How Holistic Approaches of Activity Analysis in Ergonomics Renew Training Design?
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    Chapter 28 Collaborative Design Methods and Macroergonomics as Organizational Tools for Distance Education’s Design Teams
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    Chapter 29 A Cooperative and Transversal Methodology to Improve the Making of Prescriptions in a High Reliability Organization: A Constructive Ergonomics Approach
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    Chapter 30 Management of Psychosocial Work Environment: Outline of a Multidisciplinary Preventive Intervention in a Large North Italian Municipality
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    Chapter 31 Event Cross-Simulation: A Tool for Structuring Debates on Work, Enhancing Collective Learning and Improving Safety Management
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    Chapter 32 The Nature of the Firm – A Social Cybernetic Analysis
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    Chapter 33 Chronicle Workshops as Data Collection Method in Evaluation of National Work Environment Intervention
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    Chapter 34 Current Status of Exercise Habits and Job Satisfaction of Nurses in Japan
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    Chapter 35 Ergonomics Integrated into Degree Program in Health Promotion in the University of Eastern Finland
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    Chapter 36 The Dynamics of a Service Relationship: The Example of Technicians Working for Pension Schemes
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    Chapter 37 Conceptual and Practical Strategy Work to Promote Ergonomics/Human Factors in Sweden
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    Chapter 38 Autonomy at Work, Can (Too) High Autonomy Cause Health Complaints and Sick Leave?
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    Chapter 39 Integrating Humans, Technology and Organization (HTO) in European Railway Safety Management Systems
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    Chapter 40 The Team Building for Human Resource Development in Elite Youth Soccer Players in Japan
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    Chapter 41 Ergonomics in the Age of Creative Knowledge Workers – Define, Assess, Optimize
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    Chapter 42 Implementing Tele Presence Robots in Distance Work: Experiences and Effects on Work
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    Chapter 43 Language Issues in the Activity of Interaction with the Company Players
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    Chapter 44 Tutor/Trainee Cooperation in Work-Based Training Situation: Which Creative Process for Mentoring Interactions in Care Situation?
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    Chapter 45 Virtual Simulations for Incorporating Ergonomics into Design Projects: Opportunities and Limitations of Different Media and Approaches
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    Chapter 46 A Framework of Participatory Ergonomics Simulation
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    Chapter 47 Perspectives on Autonomy – Exploring Future Applications and Implications for Safety Critical Domains
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    Chapter 48 Enablers and Barriers for Implementing Crisis Preparedness on Local and Regional Levels in Sweden
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    Chapter 49 Worker’s Management and Skills Development in a Temporary Team
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    Chapter 50 Retention Management of Nurses: A Case of University Hospital in Japan
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    Chapter 51 Developing an International Master’s Programme in Ergonomics at a Technical University in Sweden
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    Chapter 52 Designing an Organizational Readiness Survey for Total Worker Health ® Workplace Initiatives
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    Chapter 53 Similarity of Risk Factors for Musculoskeletal Disorders and Poor Product Quality in Manufacturing
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    Chapter 54 A Developmental Framework to Analyze Productive and Constructive Dimensions of Collaborative Activity in Simulation Workshops
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    Chapter 55 Simulation in Diagnosing and Redesigning Knowledge Transfer Systems in the Offshore Oil Industry
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    Chapter 56 Exploring the Relationships Among Safety Climate, Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment and Healthcare Performance
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    Chapter 57 From Diagnosis and Recommendation to a Formative Intervention: Contributions of the Change Laboratory
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    Chapter 58 Application of the HTO Concept for a Powered Pallet Truck
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    Chapter 59 New Public Management, Performance Measurement, and Reconfiguration of Work in the Public Sector
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    Chapter 60 Simulating Work Systems: Anticipation or Development of Experiences. An Activity Approach
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    Chapter 61 Implementing Sustainable Work Discussion Spaces (WDSs), a Challenge for Managers and Organizations
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    Chapter 62 When Employee Driven Innovation Becomes an Organizational Recipe – Implications for What It Means to Be an Innovative Employee
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    Chapter 63 Work Macroergonomics Analysis (AMT Method): Identification of Ergonomic Demands in Sewing Laboratory
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    Chapter 64 On Human Terms – A First Evaluation of a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) in Ergonomics
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    Chapter 65 HTO at Vattenfall from External Requirements to Strategic Advantage
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    Chapter 66 A Rose by Any Other Name
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    Chapter 67 From Safety I to Safety II: Applying an HTO Perspective on Supervisory Work Within Aviation
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    Chapter 68 Co-constructing Organizational Autopoiesis: The Developmental Laboratory as a Model and Means of Enabling Interventions
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    Chapter 69 Accounting Standard for Ergonomics: Relation of Ergonomics and Accounting
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    Chapter 70 Transformation of Work Systems - Towards Remotely Supervised Controlled Work
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    Chapter 71 On Human Terms – Integration of a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) in Ergonomics in University Courses
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    Chapter 72 Safety on Working Place? The Ergonomic Approach in Pulverit
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    Chapter 73 The Culture of Innovation: Needs and Opportunities
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    Chapter 74 The Effect of Support from Superiors and Colleagues Between Occupational Stress and Mental Health Among Japanese Sport Facilities Workers
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    Chapter 75 Benefits of the Human-Technology-Organization Concept in Teaching Ergonomics – Students Perspective
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    Chapter 76 Contributions of Simulation for Developing New Activities: Simultaneous Approach of Activity and Space in the Case of a Fire Department Situation Room Design Process
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    Chapter 77 Effectiveness of Onsite Occupational Health Clinics in Management of Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorders in 12000 Information Technology Professionals
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    Chapter 78 The BRICS plus Network: A Historical Overview and Future Perspectives of the Network’s Role in Human Factors and Ergonomics
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    Chapter 79 Gaining Recognition as an Official Profession at the National Level: The CIEHF Experience
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    Chapter 80 The IEA Certification and Endorsement System
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    Chapter 81 Revising the IEA Core Competencies for Professional Ergonomists
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    Chapter 82 Experiences in the Development and Implementation of an Academic Master Degree in Ergonomics in Mexico
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    Chapter 83 Issues of Certification Program of Professional Ergonomist in Japan and a Challenge of Collaboration Among Asian Countries
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    Chapter 84 Education of Ergonomists in France: From the CE2 Actions to the Master Program in Ergonomics at Aix-Marseille University (Aix-en-Provence)
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    Chapter 85 Global Ergonomics Month: Experiences, Stories and Initiatives Around the World
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    Chapter 86 Professional Ergonomics Education in Argentina
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    Chapter 87 Professional Ergonomists Education: Lessons Learned from Worldwide Existing Programs
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    Chapter 88 Creation of a Database for the Management of Working Gesture Rehabilitation of the Injured Worker
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    Chapter 89 Science and the Law
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    Chapter 90 Context Fidelity as a Factor in Forensic Site Inspection
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    Chapter 91 A Forensic HF/E Analysis of a Trip and Fall Injury Event Involving a Wheel Stop in a Parking Lot
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    Chapter 92 Communication-Human Information Processing (C-HIP) Model in Forensic Warning Analysis
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    Chapter 93 Relationship of Age on Responses to Automobile Warnings
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    Chapter 94 PWC Off-Throttle Steering Hazards: Attempted Remedy; Failure; and then Success
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    Chapter 95 Allocation of Blame for Property Damage Originating in a Cigarette Receptacle Constructed from Flammable HDPE
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Chapter title
Conceptual and Practical Strategy Work to Promote Ergonomics/Human Factors in Sweden
Chapter number 37
Book title
Proceedings of the 20th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA 2018)
Published by
Springer, Cham, August 2018
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-96080-7_37
Book ISBNs
978-3-31-996079-1, 978-3-31-996080-7

Cecilia Österman, Anna-Lisa Osvalder, Hillevi Hemphälä, Jörgen Frohm, Susanne Glimne, Göran M. Hägg, Olle Janzon, Per Johan Pettersson, Mathias Stavervik, Jane Ahlin, Österman, Cecilia, Osvalder, Anna-Lisa, Hemphälä, Hillevi, Frohm, Jörgen, Glimne, Susanne, Hägg, Göran M., Janzon, Olle, Pettersson, Per Johan, Stavervik, Mathias, Ahlin, Jane

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Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Master 4 18%
Student > Bachelor 3 14%
Lecturer > Senior Lecturer 1 5%
Unspecified 1 5%
Unknown 13 59%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Computer Science 5 23%
Unspecified 1 5%
Nursing and Health Professions 1 5%
Business, Management and Accounting 1 5%
Physics and Astronomy 1 5%
Other 1 5%
Unknown 12 55%