Considering Cognitive Ergonomic Factors to Prevent Accidents
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This paper examines the role of cognitive ergonomic factors in accident prevention through the use of case study examples and includes recommended risk control strategies. From this analysis a model including consideration of cognitive ergonomic factors in accident prevention is developed.
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