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Human Factors Ergonomists

Human Factors Ergonomists

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Human Factors Ergonomists

What's it like?

Design objects, facilities, and environments to optimize human well-being and overall system performance, applying theory, principles, and data regarding the relationship between humans and respective technology. Investigate and analyze characteristics of human behavior and performance as it relates to the use of technology.

Working conditions

Tasks

  1. Design or evaluate human work systems.
  2. using human factors engineering and ergonomic principles to optimize usability, cost, quality, safety, or performance.
  3. Develop or implement human performance research. investigation, or analysis protocols.
  4. Recommend workplace changes to improve health and safety. using knowledge of potentially harmful factors, such as heavy loads or repetitive motions.
  5. Prepare reports or presentations summarizing results or conclusions of human factors engineering or ergonomics activities, such as testing, investigation, or validation.
  6. Inspect work sites to identify physical hazards.

Top Skills

  • Reading Comprehension.
  • Speaking.
  • Critical Thinking.
  • Complex Problem Solving.
  • Active Listening.
  • Writing.
  • Judgment and Decision Making.
  • Active Learning.
  • Systems Evaluation.
  • Monitoring.
  • Social Perceptiveness.
  • Mathematics.
  • Learning Strategies.
  • Operations Analysis.
  • Technology Design.
  • Systems Analysis.
  • Instructing.
  • Science.
  • Coordination.
  • Time Management.

Programs

Bachelor degree in Industrial Engineering

Average Salary‚Äč

9250/ Month

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