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Comment l’analyse de l’activité amène à réinterroger un projet d’automatisation en prévention des TMS ?

Abstract : As an MSD (musculoskeletal disorders) prevention approach, a company undertook to automate an activity in which the equipment was deemed harmful for the upper limbs. The company asked for some ergonomists to consult on the ongoing project. The analysis of activity performed by the ergonomists revealed that many parameters have not been taken into account in the initial plan. Also they would have had some impact on joint and muscle loads, as well as on manufacturing processes and work organization. We suggested, as the company needs to rethink the project, to assist them in drawing up operational specifications to the new machine. A participatory approach was set up and allowed to define the needs related to the future machine. The analysis of activity was a powerful tool for thinking through the project again. The aim of this paper is to present how the ergonomists’ analysis of activity led the executive board to redefine the project.
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Valérie Terquem, Sophie Ihoua, Adelaide Nascimento. Comment l’analyse de l’activité amène à réinterroger un projet d’automatisation en prévention des TMS ?. 55ème congrès de la SELF, Jan 2021, Paris (visio), France. ⟨hal-03186399⟩

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