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Minder tillen in de bloembollen- en bolbloementeelt
Roelofs, P.F.M.M. ; Baltissen, A.H.M.C. ; Wildschut, J. ; Diepen, M. van - \ 2007
arbeid (werk) - landbouwsector - bloembollen - arbeidsomstandigheden - optillen - fysieke belasting - labour - agricultural sector - ornamental bulbs - working conditions - lifting - physical pressure
Ergonomische adviezen bij de ontwikkeling van uniform fust voor bloemenbollen = Ergonomic advices concerning standardized flower bulbs crates
Roelofs, P.F.M.M. ; Baltissen, A.H.M.C. ; Diepen, M. van; Looije, A.A.J. - \ 2007
Lelystad : Animal Sciences Group (Rapport / Wageningen UR, Animal Sciences Group 29) - 35
bloembollen - arbeid (werk) - ergonomie - arbeidsomstandigheden - optillen - pallets - fysieke belasting - ornamental bulbs - labour - ergonomics - working conditions - lifting - physical pressure
In 2006 a study is done to generate ergonomic advices with respect to the design of a standardized crate that is to be used in flower bulb cultivation and flower bulb trade. Reason for this study was an earlier AKK study, which concluded that standardisation of the crates will reduce costs (particularly for transport) and improve flower bulb quality. Therefore, companies in this sector try to implement standardized crates.The aim of the present study was to give ergonomic advices concerning the layout of these crates, resulting in reduction of the physical load during manual handling of them. Another goal was to satisfy the people who will have to work with the crates, by respecting their wishes and requirements as far as possible.In close cooperation with the manager of the AKK-study, labour-related questions which remained unanswered in that study are inventoried. Further, according to the method `ergonomic design, additional wishes of the people who will have will work with the standardised crates have been formulated. Finally is examined how the inventoried requirements and wishes can be fulfilled. For that purpose the questions were answered, based on literature reviews, measurements and expertise.Some of the most important results are that:Physical load is lower during the lifting of 40x60 cm crates than during the lifting of 50x75 cm crates with the same weight.The physical load during the lifting of low standing crates reduces when the crates (and therefore handles) are as high as possible, but this effect is very small. Since the height of the piles is limited by other factors, no effect of crate altitude on physical load is expected when crates have to be moved from or to a high level. Without the use of special tools the physical load is always too high when piles are higher than 1.70 m. But even in ideal conditions the lifting of 15 or 20 kg crates to an altitude of 1.70 m results in a Lifting Index of 1.1 or 1.4 respectively, what is higher than the health standard.For handles, a dimension of 125x40 mm is recommended. Sharp edges must be avoided and it must be impossible to put sharp objects, such as staples, through the handles.Closed handles prevent that bulbs fall through the handles. Physical load when crates are taken from or placed on a high pile can be reduced al little when these handles are not only at the top of the crates, but also halfway.No large effect of standardisation of the layout of the crates on mechanisation is expected, since nearly all tools do not pick up the crates but grip them. Standardisation of the format (40x60 cm) is important, however, and the sides must be exactly rectangular.For transport in conditioned sea containers (inner width 2.26 or 2.28 m.) 100x120 cm pallets are most suitable. However, physical load during manual piling up of crates on these pallets is higher than when 80x100 cm pallets are used. In both cases the health limits are largely exceeded during manual handling of the crates.If crates with different altitudes must become piled up on the same pallet, tuning of the altitude of the different crates is needed. Good examples are 18 and 24 cm or 16.5 and 22 cm. If it must be possible to read the information on the crates automatically, transponders (chips) are preferred over bar codes. It is recommended to apply a low-frequency system and to give all crates only a unique number. A central database can contain information concerning the contents of all crates.The recommendations in this report answer different questions and some of them can not be combined with some others. For this reason the `ideal crate will be a combination of compromises. Therefore it is recommended - in accordance with the original design of this study to carry out a pilot before choosing definitively for one basic design for the standardized crates. In this pilot all users should be involved, and it is preferred to let them test a number of copies of the aimed types of cask.
Vermindering fysieke belasting tijdens fusthandling in de bloembollensector = Reducing physical load during crate handling in bulb cultivation
Roelofs, P.F.M.M. ; Diepen, M. van; Looije, A.A.J. ; Wildschut, J. - \ 2006
Lelystad : Animal Sciences Group (Rapport / Animal Sciences Group 22) - 39
bloembollen - arbeid (werk) - arbeidsomstandigheden - ergonomie - optillen - gereedschappen - kratten - pallets - fysieke belasting - ornamental bulbs - labour - working conditions - ergonomics - lifting - tools - crates - physical pressure
Een inventarisatie is gemaakt van hulpmiddelen die de fysieke belasting als gevolg van fusthandling in de bloembollen- en bolbloementeelt kan verminderen. Op praktijkbedrijven zijn de invloed op de fysieke belasting en de inzetbaarheid op verschillende plaatsen in het productieproces beoordeeld. Ook zijn jaarkosten berekend en te verwachten arbeidsbesparingen bepaald
Gezond werken in diervriendelijke houderijsystemen = Working healthy in housing systems for improved animal welfare
Roelofs, P.F.M.M. ; Ellen, H.H. ; Vink, A. - \ 2006
Lelystad : Animal Sciences Group (Rapport / Animal Sciences Group 17) - 55
arbeid (werk) - huisvesting van rundvee - dierenwelzijn - varkens - kippen - arbeidsomstandigheden - fysieke belasting - labour - cattle housing - animal welfare - pigs - fowls - working conditions - physical pressure
In 2005 and 2006 the effect of housing systems with improved animal welfare on physical load of stockmen was studied. To get equal labour need as in traditional systems the numbers of pigs (‘Communestal’) and laying hens (‘Plantagesysteem’) were reduced with 15% and 87%, respectively.
Fysieke belasting bij fusthandling in de bloembol- & bolbloemsector : rapportage van fase 1
Roelofs, P.F.M.M. ; Baltissen, A.H.M.C. ; Looije, A.A.J. ; Snoek, A.J. ; Wildschut, J. - \ 2006
Wageningen : Agrotechnology & Food Sciences Group (Rapport / Agrotechnology & Food Innovations 674) - ISBN 9085850193 - 57
bloembollen - teelt - arbeidsomstandigheden - optillen - kratten - arbeid (werk) - fysieke belasting - ornamental bulbs - cultivation - working conditions - lifting - crates - labour - physical pressure
An inventory has been made of manual lifting situations in the cultivation and forcing of flower bulbs and bulb flowers. Originally this was the first part of a study with two objectives: (1) reduction of physical load of workers in flower bulb cultivation, due to manual handling of crates, and (2) uniformization of crates in bulb cultivation and bulb forcing. Meanwhile, a new study on uniformization of these crates has started (AKK-project `focus on crates for (flower)bulbs¿). Therefore the original study was stopped after the inventory and two new studies were started: `Information supply for reduction of physical load during handling of crates in bulb flower production¿ and `Fitting Arbo-expertise in the AKK-project `focus on crates for (flower)bulbs¿¿.First, an overview has been made of the most important situations in bulb cultivation and bulb flower production where crates are lifted or moved. Then, ten bulb flower or flower bulb producers and three mechanization companies were interviewed. Information is collected at the production companies concerning the physical load, due to manual handling of the crates and concerning motives for or against mechanization. Based on the collected data Lifting Indices (a standard for physical load because of lifting) were calculated. In all visited companies several types of crates were used. In eight companies at least one type of palletboxes was used. Beside these, most companies use several 60x40cm and 50x75cm crates. Most companies use several types of these crates with different heights.It is concluded that in bulb cultivation most crate handling situations are mechanized, since generally very heavy (1x1.2x1m) palletboxes are used. Particularly in small companies and in some minor crops manual lifting occurs. In these cases, health standards are always exceeded. However, it must be noticed that this work occurs only during a limited part of the year.In bulb flower production more manual lifting occurs, especially when flowers are produced in pot soil. During planting, lifting indices (LI) between 2.8 and 3.3 (about three times the permitted weight) were found. Moving crates in and out the greenhouse is often mechanized, but during manual moving the LI was between 4.5 and 6.5. During manual emptying of crates, filled with soil, LI was between 4.4 and 6.7. When flowers are forced in water, the weights are much lower and LI was between 1 and 2.According to the visited mechanization companies it is almost always possible to adapt stackers and de-stackers so that they can handle several types of crates. This applies to other processes as well, such as emptying, filling and cleaning the crates. The most important bottleneck for mechanization is a financial one, since mechanization not always results in labour saving sufficient to cover the investment costs.
Meetlat Kwaliteit van de arbeid : relatie totale werk zwaarte en ziekte door rug of ledematen
Oude Vrielink, H.E.H. ; Hartman, E. - \ 2005
Wageningen : Agrotechnology & Food Innovations
arbeid (werk) - landbouwsector - monitoring - arbeidsomstandigheden - fysieke belasting - labour - agricultural sector - working conditions - physical pressure
Bedrijfsvoering : stap voor stap naar een goede taakroulatie
Vermeulen, P.C.M. - \ 2005
Vakblad voor de Bloemisterij 60 (2005)9. - ISSN 0042-2223 - p. 16 - 17.
agrarische bedrijfsvoering - tuinbouw - werkorganisatie - arbeidsomstandigheden - fysieke belasting - farm management - horticulture - organization of work - working conditions - physical pressure
Taakroulatie zorgt ervoor dat werknemers meer plezier in hun werk hebben en de fysieke belasting vermindert. De kans op ziekteverzuim en arbeidsongeschiktheid neemt hierdoor af. In dit artikel wordt een stappenplan aangereikt dat uitkomst biedt
Taakroulatie kent vele voordelen
Vermeulen, P.C.M. - \ 2005
Groenten en Fruit. Algemeen 2005 (2005)10. - ISSN 0925-9694 - p. 26 - 27.
arbeidsproductiviteit - tuinbouw - werkorganisatie - agrarische bedrijfsvoering - arbeidsomstandigheden - fysieke belasting - labour productivity - horticulture - organization of work - farm management - working conditions - physical pressure
Taakroulatie zorgt ervoor dat werknemers meer plezier in hun werk hebben en de fysieke belasting vermindert. De kans op ziekteverzuim en arbeidsongeschiktheid neemt hierdoor af
AgroWerk: begroten van arbeidsbehoefte en arbeidsbelasting
Vink, A. ; Kroeze, G. - \ 2004
Wageningen : Agrotechnology & Food Innovations - 1
arbeid (werk) - arbeidsvereisten - berekening - computer software - landbouwsector - fysieke belasting - labour - labour requirements - calculation - agricultural sector - physical pressure
Ergonomisch plukken met aangepaste stellingen
Roestel, A.J.J. van; Looije, A.A.J. - \ 2003
Paddestoelen : onafhankelijk vakblad voor Nederland en België 2003 (2003)14. - ISSN 1380-359X - p. 4 - 5.
arbeidsomstandigheden - paddestoelen - eetbare paddestoelen - oogsten - klachten - ergonomie - fysieke belasting - ziekteverlof - working conditions - mushrooms - edible fungi - harvesting - complaints - ergonomics - physical pressure - sick leave
Nek- en schouderklachten zijn een belangrijke klacht bij het oogsten van champignons. Het verbeteren van de werkomstandigheden bij de oogst zal het ziekteverzuim doen afnemen
Vermindert lichamelijke belasting door Automatisch Melksysteem
Dooren, H.J.C. van - \ 2003
Praktijkkompas. Rundvee 17 (2003)3. - ISSN 1570-8586 - p. 9 - 9.
machinaal melken - robots - arbeidsomstandigheden - melkveehouderij - fysieke belasting - machine milking - working conditions - dairy farming - physical pressure
De ziekteverzuimgegevens voor de veehouderij lijken laag, maar schijn bedriegt.
Lichamelijke belasting verminderen door inzet van robot?
Enting, I. - \ 2003
Praktijkkompas. Varkens 17 (2003)2. - ISSN 1570-8578 - p. 16 - 17.
varkenshouderij - arbeidsomstandigheden - robots - fysieke belasting - werkdruk - pig farming - working conditions - physical pressure - pressure of work
De ziekteverzuimgegevens voor de veehouderij lijken laag, maar schijn bedriegt. Lichamelijk zwaar werk en een hoge mentale belasting leiden tot een toenemend aantal gezondheidsproblemen in de veehouderij.
Onderzoek arboconvenant agrarische sectoren : eindrapportage : onderzoek naar 'stand der techniek' met betrekking tot de fysieke belasting in de agrarische sector
Roelofs, P.F.M.M. ; Looije, A.A.J. ; Hendrix, A.T.M. ; Oude Vrielink, H.H.E. - \ 2001
Wageningen : Instituut voor Milieu- en Agritechniek (IMAG) - 132
arbeidsomstandigheden - arbeid (werk) - arbeidswetgeving - landbouwsector - fysieke belasting - Nederland - working conditions - labour - labour legislation - agricultural sector - physical pressure - Netherlands
Onderzoek ter voorbereiding van een op te stellen Arboconvenant voor de agrarische sectoren in opdracht van de Branche Begeleidingscommissie
Arbeidsbelasting, fysieke klachten en ziekteverzuim bij varkenshouders
Hartman, E. ; Roelofs, P.F.M.M. ; Oude Vrielink, H.H.E. - \ 1999
Rosmalen : Praktijkonderzoek varkenshouderij (Proefverslag / Praktijkonderzoek Varkenshouderij P4.38) - 8
varkenshouderij - arbeidskrachten in de landbouw - gezondheid - arbeidsomstandigheden - psychosociale aspecten - werk stress - vragenlijsten - arbeid in de landbouw - fysieke belasting - ziekteverlof - pig farming - agricultural manpower - health - working conditions - psychosocial aspects - work stress - questionnaires - farm labour - physical pressure - sick leave
De meest genoemde werkfactoren door ondernemers zijn 'duwen/trekken', 'lopen', 'licht buigen van de romp' en 'vaak alleen moeten werken'. Echtgenoten noemen 'licht buigen van de romp' het meest en werknemers noemen de werkfactoren 'duwen/trekken', 'licht buigen van de romp' en 'zetten van kracht met armen/handen' het meest
Taken van vrouwen op zeugenbedrijven en de belasting van het werk voor de rug
Hartman, E. - \ 1999
Praktijkonderzoek varkenshouderij 13 (1999)6. - ISSN 1382-0346 - p. 17 - 17.
varkenshouderij - arbeidsomstandigheden - ruggengraatziekten - arbeidskunde - tijdsbesteding - mens - vrouwen - fysieke belasting - ziekteverlof - pig farming - working conditions - spinal diseases - work study - time allocation - man - women - physical pressure - sick leave
Vrouwen voeren op zeugenbedrijven diverse werkzaamheden uit. Met name voeren, gezondheidszorg en geboorteverzorging behoren tot hun taken. Vrouwen ervaren dezelfde werkmethoden als even belastend voor de rug als mannen.
Mogelijkheden en middelen ter vermindering van de belasting van knieen en rug in de boomteelt : eindverslag onderzoek arbeidsomstandigheden boomteelt
Oude Vrielink, H.H.E. ; Letter, R. - \ 1998
Wageningen : IMAG-DLO (Nota / Dienst Landbouwkundig Onderzoek, Instituut voor Milieu- en Agritechniek P 98-28) - 41
houtachtige planten als sierplanten - beroepsgevaren - gezondheid op het werk - lichamelijke activiteit - arbeidsomstandigheden - arbeidswetgeving - werk - ruggengraatziekten - rug - fysieke belasting - ornamental woody plants - occupational hazards - occupational health - physical activity - working conditions - labour legislation - work - spinal diseases - back - physical pressure
Arbeidsomstandigheden in de agrarische sector : onderzoek naar fysieke belasting als gezondheidsrisico : bijdragen aan het symposium bij de opening van het Arbeidsomstandighedenlaboratorium, IMAG-DLO, Wageningen, 19 februari 1992
Oude Vrielink, H.H.E. ; Dieen, J.H. van - \ 1992
Wageningen : Pudoc - ISBN 9789022010624 - 94
arbeidsomstandigheden - werk - blootstelling - milieufactoren - landbouw - fysieke belasting - fysische factoren - working conditions - work - exposure - environmental factors - agriculture - physical pressure - physical factors
Studien zur körperlichen Belastung des Menschen und ihrer Grenzen bei Holzerntearbeiten in den Tropen
Mueller-Darss, H. ; Staudt, F.J. - \ 1974
Wageningen : [Centrum voor Landbouwkundig Onderzoek in Suriname, Landbouwhogeschool Wageningen] (CELOS bulletins 27)
suriname - arbeidsomstandigheden - fysieke belasting - arbeid in de landbouw - arbeidskrachten in de landbouw - tropen - oogsten - working conditions - physical pressure - farm labour - agricultural manpower - tropics - harvesting
Vergelijkend onderzoek van maaigereedschappen : onkruidbestrijdingsmethoden; Vergelijkend onderzoek van onkruidbestrijdingsgereedschappen; Mechanische onkruidbestrijding tijdesn de verzorging van het gewas : onkruidbestrijdingsmethoden; Zaaibedonderzoek op een binnenlandse grond; Enkele orie͏̈nterende metingen aangaande de arbeidsbelasting bij platwieden in jonge opstanden van Pinus Caribaea
Sar, T. van der; Huijts, Th.J.M. - \ 1973
Wageningen : Landbouwhogeschool (Celos rapporten no. 89)
suriname - landbouwkundig onderzoek - onderzoeksprojecten - vergelijkend onderzoek - onkruidbestrijding - gereedschappen - arbeidsomstandigheden - fysieke belasting - zaaibedden - pinus caribaea - agricultural research - research projects - comparative research - weed control - tools - working conditions - physical pressure - seedbeds
Onderzoek naar de mogelijkheid van het gebruik van de stethoscoop bij arbeidsfysiologisch onderzoek; Methodestudie van vellingswerk met de motorkettingzaag in zwaar inlands hout : proces- en tijdstudie
Hillegers, P.J.M. - \ 1972
Wageningen : [s.n.] (Celos rapporten no. 59) - 31
analyse - kettingzagen - diagnose - diagnostische technieken - velling - bosbouw - arbeid (werk) - lichamelijke activiteit - primaire bewerking - symptomatologie - werk - werkplanning - arbeidskunde - fysieke belasting - suriname - analysis - chainsaws - diagnosis - diagnostic techniques - felling - forestry - labour - physical activity - primary conversion - symptomatology - work - work planning - work study - physical pressure
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