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Unfolding the Platform State. An inquiry into the modernisation of french public services
This thesis offers an empirical examination of the programme of state modernization developed in France, between 2014 and 2017, around the concept of the ‘Platform State’. It examines the state’s interest for the technological modernity of public administrations – often labelled digital. The state m...
Evaluation and validation of upper-limb force feasible set indices : Application to manual wheelchair propulsion
In fields like rehabilitation, sports sciences and ergonomics, the evaluation of the force feasible set (FFS) of the human limbs may help to better understand the human motor abilities. The aim of this thesis was to compare the upper-limb force capacity at the hand predicted by two different kinds o...
The quality of the territory, quality aging : a contribution of the geographer
The aging of the French population is a well- known topic but its effects are more important than is usually thought. The dwelling, the urban living habits, the services and amenities have to be adapted to seniors.The geographer tackles the problem through the relation of elder people to their livin...
Jérôme Guérin, Collective Activity and Learning. From ergonomics to ecology of training situations
Jérôme Guérin’s book focuses on the social conditions of classroom learning, and in particular the effects of pupil interactions on this learning. Prefaced by Brigitte Albero and posted by Marc Durand, it is organised in three parts: the first one sets out the subject, the theoretical framework and...
Ergonomics: an anthropotechnological approach to the design of work systems. Anthropology Week Paris I
Comparison OF ANALYSIS SYSTEMS OF 3D MOUVMENT
This work aimed to examine the performance of the main commercial movement analysis systems using images. It took into account two types of criteria: those relating to the accuracy and reproducibility of the measure and those relating to ergonomics, i.e. the ease and duration of implementation, coll...
is a Committee of the International Ergonomics Association, called Gender and Work, which translates into “gender and work”. I am therefore seen as a specialist in the field and should be able to define what gender is and why ergonomes should be interested in this matter. The definition of the word...
Contributions from collective work to the management of occupational safety at risk in the rail sector
This article discusses, in an ergonomic analysis summary, a number of concepts that guide the study of collective work in high-risk processes in the railway sector. Four forms of collective work were identified by the direct observation of the work carried out by train track maintenance equipment an...
Sustainable work — challenges for public health services: Case study of the Family Health Programme in Sao Paulo, Brazil
The theme of sustainability, which is increasingly present in the world of production, is generally presented as an issue that focuses on the environment and also on issues of social responsibility. The proposal for this Article is first to propose a discussion on sustainability where the issue of w...
Design and conceptual development of a modular Puff for commercial spaces
[ES] The design of the Puff has been based on existing traditional seats, but adapted to a more user-centred and space-centred use mainly but also at the manufacturer. An intensive analysis of the existing market and products has been carried out in order to identify shortcomings and subsequently pr...
The forms and issues involved in analysing the activity for the design of work systems
With a view to ergonomics for design, we consider that it is of course an actor in the design of the activity to analyse the activity, but also to make it easier to take account of it by making proposals that slightly change the way in which the project is carried out and the design activities. I ta...
Elements for the study of prescribing documents
The prescribing documents are technical documents designed to guide actions, i.e. to define what needs to be done to meet the requirements of a task. They must be distinguished from texts whose sole purpose is to transmit knowledge. From the extensive literature on these documents, this article iden...
Ergonomics psychology of the computer-supported collaborative work: the use of the groupware in product design projects
The technological and organizational changes which occur in production structures can be more often attributed to the constantly developing high competitive socio-economical context. The effect of these changes is not only the reorganization of design methods but above all, the close collaboration o...
The design of atypical working hours : a social innovation approach in a hospital environment
This thesis takes place in a hospital in search of an innovative time system. The design of working time can be considered a social innovation for its positive effects on living conditions. Nevertheless, social innovation is revealed as much in the solutions as in their creation process. The latter...
Didactical analysis of the vocational training activity : Geographical Information Systems learning
Research in ergonomics and cognitive psychology point out difficulties in learning GIS (Medyckyj-Scott 1991, Nyerges 1991, Davies 1995 et, en France, Wurtz 1996). Our research is a follow-up of this work. It attempts to highlight the difficulties of learning GIS and possible ways exceed them, by und...
Features of managerial communication in network management
The issue of implementing BIM technologies in design organizations is becoming increasingly acute. The use of information technology raises complex questions about the organization of production. Management communication should be effective and effective. The purpose of this study is to identify the...
Diversity of actors: what cooperation for the prevention of MSDs?
introduction to the many cross-cutting themes are the actors involved in the field of health at work and concerned with MSD prevention issues: occupational physicians, ergonomics, IPRP, safety engineers, HRD, occupational nurses, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, rheumatologists, occupation...
Poetry and tongue: theoretical and didactic aspects
This delivery returns to the somewhat complicated history of the Pratic and Poetry magazine, formerly at the heart of its political and didactic project to renovate French education. However, over time, the numbers devoted to poetry, or even better integrating it into its issues (syntax, semantic, l...
Supporting farmers’ management of change towards agroecological practices by focusing on their work : a contribution of ergonomics
International audience The public authorities and some agricultural actors wish to develop agroecology to meet the riseof new challenges (impacts of agricultural practices on natural resources in particular). New agriculturalwork systems are therefore being designed, and are raising questions about...
Cardiovascular correlates of emotional state, cognitive workload and time-on-task effect during a realistic flight simulation
International audience In aviation, emotion and cognitive workload can considerably increase the probability of human error. An accurate online physiological monitoring of pilot's mental state could prevent accidents. The heart rate (HR) and heart rate variability (HRV) of 21 private pilots were ana...
Virtual Reality as a new approach for risk taking assessment
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Psychodynamic action at work: questions from an ergonomist
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe psychodynamic of work has profoundly changed ergonomics. On the basis of his position as an ergonoma, the author asks psychodynamic about his report on specific action on situations, on the relationship between thought and action, on the status of the concept of psychodynam...
Electronic administration and protection of personal data Electronic administration and protection of personal data: White Paper
The government launched in November 2001 the widespread use of teleservices by 2005. It called for a broad public debate on how to preserve and strengthen the protection of personal data in the context of electronic administration. There must be a balance between ease of use, ergonomics of identific...
Prospective ergonomics: foundations and challenges
Based on an analysis of foresight and the integration of elements of it into ergonomics, the authors propose recognising foresight ergonomics (EP) as a new form of ergonomic intervention to work on the future. Their aim is to make ergonomics take an interest in future human needs and uses and the cr...
Supporting farmers’ management of change towards agro-ecological practices by focusing on the work dimension: the contribution of ergonomics
The public authorities and some agricultural actors wish to develop agroecology to face the rise of new challenges (impacts of agricultural practices on natural resources in particular). Thus new agricultural work systems are being designed, raising questions regarding the inclusion of farmers’ work...