OSHA STANDARDS: HUMAN FACTORS RESEARCH NEEDS FOR FALL HAZARD WARNING SYSTEMS.

Louis E. Boydstun, Terrence J Stobbe, Don B. Chaffin

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Abstract

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is turning to human factors research to provide support in the development and evaluation of performance and design standards. A review of current standards for the design of fall warning systems reveals several areas where human factors research can substantially contribute to the development of safety standards. The review provides a conceptual framework for future research efforts and describes research needs in the development and validation of visual, auditory and tactile warning systems.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherHuman Factors Soc
Pages5-1
Number of pages5
StatePublished - 1978
Externally publishedYes
EventProc of the Human Factors Soc, Annu Meet, 22nd - Detroit, MI, USA
Duration: Oct 16 1978Oct 19 1978

Other

OtherProc of the Human Factors Soc, Annu Meet, 22nd
CityDetroit, MI, USA
Period10/16/7810/19/78

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Alarm systems
Human engineering
Hazards
Health

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Boydstun, L. E., Stobbe, T. J., & Chaffin, D. B. (1978). OSHA STANDARDS: HUMAN FACTORS RESEARCH NEEDS FOR FALL HAZARD WARNING SYSTEMS. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 5-1). Human Factors Soc.

OSHA STANDARDS : HUMAN FACTORS RESEARCH NEEDS FOR FALL HAZARD WARNING SYSTEMS. / Boydstun, Louis E.; Stobbe, Terrence J; Chaffin, Don B.

Unknown Host Publication Title. Human Factors Soc, 1978. p. 5-1.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Boydstun, LE, Stobbe, TJ & Chaffin, DB 1978, OSHA STANDARDS: HUMAN FACTORS RESEARCH NEEDS FOR FALL HAZARD WARNING SYSTEMS. in Unknown Host Publication Title. Human Factors Soc, pp. 5-1, Proc of the Human Factors Soc, Annu Meet, 22nd, Detroit, MI, USA, 10/16/78.
Boydstun LE, Stobbe TJ, Chaffin DB. OSHA STANDARDS: HUMAN FACTORS RESEARCH NEEDS FOR FALL HAZARD WARNING SYSTEMS. In Unknown Host Publication Title. Human Factors Soc. 1978. p. 5-1
Boydstun, Louis E. ; Stobbe, Terrence J ; Chaffin, Don B. / OSHA STANDARDS : HUMAN FACTORS RESEARCH NEEDS FOR FALL HAZARD WARNING SYSTEMS. Unknown Host Publication Title. Human Factors Soc, 1978. pp. 5-1
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