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Ergonomics and safety in secondary wood processingAuthor(s): Rado Gazo; James D. McGlothlin; Yuehwern, Wiedenbeck, Jan Yih; Yuehwern Yih
Source: In: Current topics in the processing and utilization of hardwood lumber, proceedings of the 30th annual hardwood symposium. Memphis, TN: National Hardwood Lumber Association: 114-120.
Publication Series: Other
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThe main goal of the project was to initiate a pilot program in ergonomics for the secondary wood products industry. Case studies were conducted at three Midwest secondary wood product companies in 2000 and 2001.
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CitationGazo, Rado; McGlothlin, James D.; Yih, Yuehwern, Wiedenbeck, Jan. 2002. Ergonomics and safety in secondary wood processing. In: Current topics in the processing and utilization of hardwood lumber, proceedings of the 30th annual hardwood symposium. Memphis, TN: National Hardwood Lumber Association: 114-120.
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