Concepção de postos de trabalho em novos sistemas produtivos: o exemplo da robÓtica industrial
Job design in new productive systems: the exemple of industrial robotics
António Moniz ()
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The design of jobs is defined and its different implications. These aspects must be taken into consideration when applied to new automated systems, once it can occur workers in-adaptations to certain type of activity and tasks. Other concepts that emerge from this are the mental workload, stress, work accidents, shift work, or the physical environment that can reveal to become determinant in the process of job design. That means also the organizational design. In this sense, the manufacturing, organizational and individual dimensions, are the most meaningful in the mentioned process of organizational design. Are analyzed different application cases of robotized systems and their social effects, mostly those that are related to the dimensions of working conditions. Are particularly analyzed the new risk situations that occur with the use of robotic systems. One concludes on the need to take into consideration qualitative variables in the definition and design of robotic cells, jobs and production systems. This consideration influences directly in the labor productivity, in such way that the development of these methodologies of analysis can be considered as integrating the processes of technological innovation in manufacturing.
Keywords: job design; automated systems; robotic cells; industrial robotics; work conditions; organizational design; labor productivity; innovation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: J81 J28 L64 O14 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 1993-05, Revised 1993-02
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Published in Proceedings das Jornadas de PPP/AC, Ordem dos Engenheiros 5 (1993): pp. 1-9
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