Contemporary Ergonomics & Human Factors 2016

Contemporary Ergonomics & Human Factors 2016

£59.00 ex VAT

£59.00 ex VAT

This book contains the proceedings of the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors international conference on Ergonomics and Human Factors, held in April 2016 in Daventry, UK. The papers cover a range of key ergonomics topics including safety, health, comfort, productivity, efficiency, and sustainability demonstrating the continued wide applicability of ergonomics and human factors. Sectors cover aviation, healthcare, design, safety, rail, systems and occupational health.

The book is published by the CIEHF and is available as a digital download.


Leading Safety Culture from the Top – Eight CEO Safety Culture Journeys B. Kirwan
Distributed Situation Awareness N. Stanton
Eliminating CFIT and loss of control from commercial air operations: the problems and the solutions D. Wilson
Association of sleep deprivation with speech volume and pitch A. Roelen, R. Stuut
The development and testing of a semi-automated Hierarchical Task Analysis Process K. Plant, N. Stanton, L. Rentzos, C. Vourtsis, S. Antoniou
Learning From Experience – The Human Element of Aircraft Accidents R. Priday
Pilots’ Scan-path and Attention Shifts during Tactical Manoeuvres W. Li, G. Braithwaite, M. Greaves
Passengers’ Requirements for developing a Passenger-Centred Infrastructure to Enhance Travel Experiences at Airports G. Kefalidou, M. D’Cruz, S. Sharples, C. de Lille, N. Frangakis, R. Ottens, R. Grosmann, R. Marcelino, K. Lütjens, S. Löwa, E. Shaw, A. Nardini, S. Santema
The Air Traffic Kludge H. David
Exploring Changes in Pilot Behaviour during Distributed Crewing K. Revell, N. Stanton, G. Kelleher
A Human Performance Standard of Excellence for the Air Traffic Industry B. Kirwan, N. May, R. Joly, P. Krois, M. Schwarz, B. Josefsson, A. Chavez, D. Armenis

Using the decision ladder to reach a better design D. Jenkins, M. Boyd, C. Langley
Plus Size Anthropometry: Is designing for the 95th percentile enough? A. Masson, S. Hignett, D. Gyi
The quantity and nature of in-vehicle cognitive demands experienced by realworld drivers M. Conaghan, E. Elton, P. Charchalakis, E. Stipidis
Plus size and inclusivity in design D. Gyi, L. Koesten, A. Masson, P. Jordan
Optimising the Manufacture in Composites Materials of a Box Shaped Geometry through Ergonomics and Human Factor Assessments L. Sivanathan, C. Ward, A. Koutsomitopoulou, G. Atkins
Using immersive simulation to understand and develop warfighter’s cognitive edge D. Pomeroy, J. Fidock, L. Thiele, L. Carter

Combining Ergonomic Intervention and Transformational Leadership. How a healthcare group reduced its injury rate by half D. Caple, V. L. Tan
An online manual handling toolkit to improve skills and reduce risks J. Webb, D. Harrison, K. Szczepura
Upscaling Frontline Improvement in Surgery L. Flynn, M. Woodward, L. Morgan, L. Holman, C. Pennell, H. Higham, P. McCulloch
Compliance with the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist: A Case Study from Birmingham Children’s Hospital P. Waterson
Guidewire Retention after Central Venous Catheterisation: Prevention and Mitigation using Bow-Tie Analysis J. Ward, M. M. Chatzimichailidou, T. Horberry, Y. Teng, J. Clarkson
PEGASO Project – Teenage Perspectives of an Integrated Technology Platform for promotion of Healthier Lifestyles A. Lang, L. Condon, N. Coulson, S. Cobb, S. Atkinson
How can we eliminate an ‘NHS Never Event’ in hip replacement surgery? E. Pata, S. Hignett
Predicting Upper Limb Discomfort for Plastic Surgeons: combining anthropometric models with Rapid Upper Limb Assessment (RULA) Z. Li, C. Baber, C. MacDonald, Y. Godwin
Benefits of Using Simulation to Enhance Learning from Serious Incident Reporting J. Carling, D. Murray, T. Cairns, G. Bone, K. Donnelly, M. Tiernan, B. Hanusch, G. Wattis, L. Campbell, D. Strachan
A Human Factors Approach to Understanding and Designing for Infection Prevention and Control in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit C. Trudel, S. Cobb, K. Momtahan
Blood sampling in acute hospital care settings: A Human Factors Review L. Pickup, S. Atkinson, P. Bowie, E. Hollnagel, S. Rawlinson, S. Gray, D. Watson, D. Creighton, L. Sinclair, C. Innes, C. Izatt, J. Oldham, K. Forrester
Technical and collaborative work in the management of acute kidney injury D. Phipps, R. Morris, T. Blakeman, D. Ashcroft
Unpacking Safety-II in action: Weak Signals of Potential Error in Patient Handling Tasks E. Burford, M. Fray, P. Waterson
The Impact of Government Health and Safety Initiatives on Healthcare and Ergonomics in the United States J. Fernandez
Significant event analysis: a systems approach to exploring personal impact and improving the analytical process in primary care P. Bowie
Socio-technical analysis and modeling of hazards related to test ordering and results management systems in primary care: impacts on safety and performance P. Bowie

Occupational Health
Work characteristics and occupational health in different ethnic groups R. Capasso, M. C. Zurlo, A. Smith
The ageing workforce in the UK and the design of the work system P. Buckle
Prevalence of Physical Health Symptoms in Police Officers K. Nelson
Help or Hindrance? A Case Study of Pragmatic Anthropometry D. Hitchcock, C. Didio, T. Rees
Informing stress management. A research project focusing on mental health professionals in training J. Galvin, A. Smith

Safety First! Expert Perspectives on Cultural Differences in the Use of Track Warning Systems E. Hahne, B. Ryan, S. Smith
Investigating Strategies in Rail Signalling: Comparison of Simulation Methods N. Balfe, R. Houghton, S. Sharples
Rail Control and Automation Technology: Transitions within the European Rail Traffic Management System A. Naghiyev, S. Sharples, B. Ryan, A. Coplestone, M. Carey
Good practice in the making of on-train announcements in the event of an incident D. Pennie, R. Sides, V. King, J. Berman, A. Mills
Is It Really Worth Asking The Users? A Case Study From The Rail Industry D. Hitchcock, C. Campbell
Twitter as part of operational practice and passenger experience on the railways D. Golightly, J. Durk

Proximity Warning System Interfaces for Mining Vehicles: Can the Minerals Industry Learn from the Automotive Domain? T. Horberry, K. Young, R. Burgess-Limerick
Safety Climate – Revealing the ‘X Factor’ S. Shirreff, A. Baird
Towards an Alternative Approach to Safety in Construction E. Harvey, P. Waterson, A. Dainty
Can you have a violation in an environment that doesn’t have formal rules? G. Lock, S. Fletcher
Knowledge Transfer in Occupational Safety and Health: the influence of practitioner skills J. Crawford, A. Davis, G. Walker, H. Cowie, P. Ritchie
Improving Control of Work: addressing human and organisational factors and the experience and lessons from early implementation in the North Sea N. Clark, J. Wilkinson
Mitigating Safety Risk through Confidential Reporting C. Langer, R. Miles
Assessment of Leadership and Management for Safety – where do we start? J. Berman, S. Watson, M. Argent

Systems Ergonomics within a Systems Architecture Framework: Future Issues M. Tainsh
Some implications of software-dominated manufacturing for the Ergonomics profession M. Sinclair, C. Siemieniuch, M. Henshaw
D-MOD Dynamic Modelling of Operator Demand – A new simulator module for the evaluation of signaller’s demand L. Delamare, D. Golightly, A. Lumby, P. Treble
How can a horse be in two places at once?: Group sensemaking using diverse and ambiguous information G. Kefalidou, R. Houghton
Towards Agent-Based Modelling for Situation Awareness: modeling a ships Operations Room J. Kitchin, C. Baber
Evaluating touchscreen PIN entry with visually impaired users E. Jokisuu, M. McKenna, A. Smith, P. Day
The Chatty Co-Driver: A Linguistics Approach to Human-Automation- Interaction A. Eriksson, N. Stanton

A model of Human Factors for frontline healthcare staff: Translation to clinical practice N. Woodier, J. Fox, B. Baxendale
Healthcare work system analysis using in-situ simulation: case studies from a regional centre N. Woodier, M. Fores, C. Barrow, A. Kwa, R. Nataranjan, B. Baxendale
Health and Safety: Fit for the Future N. Heaton, A. Stocks, C. Hayward
Introducing An Autonomated Crew Member H. Muncie
Improving Referrals to Tertiary Care – Oxford Acute Referral System (OARS) M. Woodward, N. de Pennington, L. Morgan
Defining Activities of Daily Living for the Design of Dementia Care Environments C. Jais, S. Hignett, M. Habell, A. Brown, E. Hogervorst
‘When Hywel Met Paul’ – Another Look at the Early Days of Human Factors and Ergonomics P. Waterson
Findings of an office ergonomics survey R. Sims
Predicting the onset of driver musculoskeletal fatigue M. Varela, D. Gyi, N. Mansfield
Nature as a New Paradigm for Ergonomics & Well-being M. Richardson, D. Golightly
Event Prototypes in Airline Transport Operations R. Clewley, J. Nixon
Highly Automated Platooning: Effects on Mental Workload, Stress and Fatigue D. Heikoop, J. de Winter, B. van Arem, N. Stanton
Organizing for safety in general practice medicines management: findings from a field study D. Phipps, T. Avery, D. Ashcroft
Perceived Benefits and Barriers of Agile Working L. Kolsch, G. T. Jun
Towards Theme Discovery Paradigm in the Internet of Things J. W. Cervantes-Solis, C. Baber
The Future of Real-Time Control Room Simulation H. David
Soft Factors for Hard Decisions D. Hitchcock, S. Smalley
Understanding and Improving System Safety through System Dynamics Modelling – Systematic Literature Review M. Ibrahim Shire, G. T. Jun
Teaching Triangulation D. Hitchcock, F. Schmid
Optimising Operator Attention on the Maritime Platform Human Computer Interface J. Clarke
Human Factors Mock-Up Facilities in a Technology Oriented Industry S. Bury, M. Hespley, N. McCann, A. Welch

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