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Undertake a review of literature relevant to design and organisation of a workplace with which you are familiar

My assessment is divided into CW1 including 1500 words.CW2 including 1500 words.

Literature review (1,500-word report) course work 1

Undertake a review of literature relevant to design and organisation of a workplace with which you are familiar,

The first section should present a systems perspective of the topic. After which you can focus on one or two factors/ interactions within the wider context. The literature review should demonstrate understanding of micro and macro systems.

You are expected to read as widely as you can on the topic and cite evidence from relevant human factors literature in scientific journals (for example from Ergonomics and Applied Ergonomics).

You should attempt to find literature which considers the physical, organisational and psychosocial elements of the workplace.

Your review should show evidence of critical analysis of the literature.

You should use the units of the module as your primary information source when completing this coursework, but you should also read around the topic in the published literature (for example in the journals Ergonomics and Applied Ergonomics, Journal of Medical Informatics (JMIR), BMJ Quality and Safety etc) or other resources you may have access to.

All published sources, which you use, should be cited in the report, with full references given in a list at the end of the report.

Your citing style should be Harvard

Work stations CW2

Select a workstation for your Human Factors assessment. This could include any of the following: - your own place of work, home e.g. kitchen or study.

Assess the workstation through personal observation and assessment using appropriate tools and methodologies. Students should consider the physical, organisational and psychosocial aspects of the workplace and identify the limitations and problems experienced by the operator (and any good features!).

The first section should present a systems perspective of the topic. After which you should provide detail for one or two factors/ interactions within the wider context. You should demonstrate understanding of micro and macro systems and use of appropriate tools.

Decide whether modifications are needed to improve the workstation and suggest changes that you think would be feasible.

Students need to fill in and submit a module ethics form (via Moodle). Each ethics form will be reviewed by the module lead to ensure that the assessment adheres to university guidance and best practice. Deadline for this is 9th Dec but you can hand in before then.

You should use the units of the module as your primary information source when completing this coursework, but you should also read around the topic in the published literature (for example in the journals Ergonomics and Applied Ergonomics, Journal of Medical Informatics (JMIR), BMJ Quality and Safety etc) or other resources you may have access to.

All published sources, which you use, should be cited in the report, with full references given in a list at the end of the report.

Your citing style should be Harvard


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