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Critical Hazard Factors in the Risk Assessments of Industrial Robots: Causal Analysis and Case Studies

Lee K, Shin J, Lim JY

Background With the increasing demand for industrial robots and the “noncontact” trend, it is an appropriate point in time to examine whether risk assessments conducted for robot operations are performed effectively...
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The Balance Between Safety and Productivity and its Relationship with Human Factors and Safety Awareness and Communication in Aircraft Manufacturing

Karanikas , Melis DJ, Kourousis

BACKGROUND: This paper presents the findings of a pilot research survey which assessed the degree of balance between safety and productivity, and its relationship with awareness and communication of human...
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Human Error Probability Assessment During Maintenance Activities of Marine Systems

Islam R, Khan F, Abbassi R, Garaniya V

BACKGROUND: Maintenance operations on-board ships are highly demanding. Maintenance operations are intensive activities requiring high manemachine interactions in challenging and evolving conditions. The evolving conditions are weather conditions, workplace temperature,...
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Effects of human and organizational deficiencies on workers' safety behavior at a mining site in Iran

Mirzaei Aliabadi M, Aghaei H, Kalatpour , Soltanian , SeyedTabib M

OBJECTIVES: Throughout the world, mines are dangerous workplaces with high accident rates. According to the Statistical Center of Iran, the number of occupational accidents in Iranian mines has increased in...
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Safety of Workers in Indian Mines: Study, Analysis, and Prediction

Verma S, Chaudhari

BACKGROUND: The mining industry is known worldwide for its highly risky and hazardous working environment. Technological advancement in ore extraction techniques for proliferation of production levels has caused further concern...
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RPAS (Remotely Piloted Aircraft System) and Human Factors

Shin DC

  • KMID: 2505525
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2016 Aug;26(2):35-42.
The importance of human factors in civil aviation cannot be overemphasized. Still more than 70~80% of total accidents are believed to be derived from human factors reasons, including mistakes committed...
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The Introduction and Operation of HFACS (The Human Factors Analysis and Classification System)

Choi JK, Kwon BH, C

  • KMID: 2505495
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2015 Aug;25(2):37-42.
Around 70% of fatal accident causal factors are human factors. The human errors can be managed if the root causes were identified through the HFACS. If these human errors are not...
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Human Factors Engineering in HI: So What? Who Cares? and What's in It for You?

Elkin PL

OBJECTIVES: Human factors engineering is a discipline that deals with computer and human systems and processes and provides a methodology for designing and evaluating systems as they interact with human...
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Application of Stereo-Imaging Technology to Medical Field

Nam KW, Park J, Kim IY, Kim KG

OBJECTIVES: There has been continuous development in the area of stereoscopic medical imaging devices, and many stereoscopic imaging devices have been realized and applied in the medical field. In this...
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Human Error in Aircraft Maintenance

Kim CY

  • KMID: 2505403
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2010 Jul;19(3):91-96.
There are some job characteristics of aviation mechanics such as wide skills required for aircraft maintenance, a capacity of handling time for aircraft dispatch, nightshift during poor biorhythm condition, outside...
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Study of Human Factors Accident Investigation Tool through CFIT Aircraft Accident Cases

Byeon SC

  • KMID: 1473792
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2009 Aug;19(2):44-50.
The purpose of this study was is leading landmark efforts to prevent the major causes of commercial-aviation fatalities about controlled flight into terrain (CFIT) in approach-and-landing accidents. The paper of...
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Gene Therapy in Rats with a Lentiviral Vector Containing the Human Coagulation Factor IX Gene

Kim ST, Oh T, Jeon HJ, Kim OH, Lee SM

  • KMID: 1477826
  • Korean J Blood Transfus.
  • 2008 Apr;19(1):1-8.
BACKGROUND: Hemophilia B is an inheritable X-linked bleeding disorder that occurs as a consequence of genetic alterations within the factor IX (IX) gene. In the present study, pseudotyped HIV-I-derived lentiviral...
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Human Factors Involved in Traffic Accidents and Unsafe Driving Behaviors of Taxi Drivers

Youn KW, Lee SY, Yim SH

  • KMID: 2035749
  • Korean J Occup Environ Med.
  • 2006 Dec;18(4):307-317.
OBJECTIVE: This study investigated the driving habits of taxi drivers, in order to examine the characteristics of human factors causing traffic accidents and unsafe driving behavior and to determine any...
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The Introduction of Knowledge Management Technique in Aviation Safety Management

Hong SJ

  • KMID: 2298456
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2003 Jun;13(2):91-98.
The causes of aviation accidents are not simple. Human error could possibly be caused by outside factors such as an environmental factor, laws and regulations, organizational, and national culture. An...
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Cultural Factors and Human Error in International Air Transportation Environment

Lee KS, Kim WY

  • KMID: 2298451
  • Korean J Aerosp Environ Med.
  • 2003 Jun;13(2):61-67.
Flightdeck behaviour and flight safety are influenced by the national, organizational, and professional cultures of crewmembers. National complexity of the operating environment ensure that error will be an inevitable occurrence....
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