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A growth in the number of manufacturing workplaces at which people work very closely with robots is expected in the coming years [1]. By combining human abilities and dexterity with the precision, strength and speed of the robot, highly efficient…
Accidents involving machines or vehicles are often attributed to human error. However, when these accidents are investigated in detail, it can often be concluded that they were in fact caused by poor ergonomic design of the interface or by problems of…
This document is aimed at facilitating the implementation of a suitable organizational structure for ensuring Magnetic Resonance (MR) safety in and around MR imaging systems, suites, and their environment. These recommendations are applicable to both…
The manufacturer of machinery, as well as the user, should apply all technical and organisational measures available in order to ensure the safety of machine operators. This article outlines the general rules for approaching safety issues that should be…