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An ergonomics (human factors) approach to designing healthy workplaces by improving well-being, preventing ill-health and enhancing work system performance, using the World Health Organisations’ framework model, with a practical focus on analysis of musculoskeletal discomfort, pain and injury, computer workstation design and selected industries.
Note(s): Taught online by STREAM. This course is a useful prelude to postgraduate study in Ergonomics/Human Factors and an excellent complement to studies in occupational health and safety, public health, health sciences, exercise, sport, rehabilitation, design, product development, engineering, technology, nursing and management.
|2017||Semester one full semester||Internal||Wellington Campus|
|2017||Semester one full semester||Distance|
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