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Ergonomics & Human factors 2018

Archives of Medicine

ISSN: 1989-5216

Page 22

July 26-27, 2018

Rome, Italy

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Edition of International Conference on

Ergonomics &

Human Factors

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his study proposes a methodological review and an

illustrative example for the physical stress management

in manufacturing system. In particular, it investigates the

complexity of human factors, as related with ergonomics and

fatigue, and their interaction with resources and operational

rules in flow assembly line. The paper implements system

dynamics and agents based approach to overcome discrete

events ineffectiveness. On managerial pursuit, correlation

between relevant variables and states in system are

evaluated as per optimal production requirements. Criticality

on operating rules as related to the evaluation of physical

stress in manufacturing tasks are reported. ANOVA tests

were discussed. Conclusions in terms of optimal assignment

of operators to workstation and moving choice between

workstation are reported as related with system and human

effects.

Recent Publications

1. F Fruggiero et al. (2017) The role of uncertainty in

supply chains under dynamic modeling. International

Journal of Industrial Computations. 8(1):119-140.

Doi:10.5267/j.ijiec.2016.6.003.

2. F Fruggiero et al. (2017) A model for break scheduling

assessment in manufacturing systems. Computers &

Industrial Engineering. 111:563-580. Doi: 10.1016/j.

cie.2017.05.017.

3. F Fruggiero et al. (2017) A new mixed production

cost allocation model for additive manufacturing

(MiProCAMAM). The International Journal of

Advanced Manufacturing Technology. 92(9-12):4275-

4291. Doi:10.1007/s00170-017-0492-x.

4. F Fruggiero et al. (2017) Hybrid Genetic Bees

Algorithm applied to single machine scheduling

with earliness and tardiness penalties. Computers &

Industrial Engineering. 113:842-858. Doi:10.1016/j.

cie.2017.07.018.

5. F Fruggiero et al. (2017) A new perspective

for production process analysis using additive

manufacturing-complexity vs production volume.

The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing

Technology. 95(1-4):673-685. Doi:10.1007/s00170-

017-1221-1.

Biography

F Fruggiero is an Assistant Professor, and responsible for the area and lab,

in Industrial Systems Engineering at the School of Engineering – Mechani-

cal Engineering Area - of the University of Basilicata- Italy. He runs courses

for both Industrial System Engineering and Operations Management. He

works as Referee for different International Journals (e.g., IJSOI, IJAMT,

IJPR, CPPB, EIS, TPMR, TSMSI, IJEBM, UHSE, Cogent OA etc.) and the Na-

tional Minister of Research. He Chaired for Human Factor and Ergonom-

ics in IEOM - Industrial Engineering and Operations Management Society

Conference. He has been engaged in the auto sector for both human fac-

tor analysis and ergonomic research, scheduling optimization, production

management. He has collaboration with firms of the production and service

sector applying the results of his work to help multinational companies and

SMEs to generate safety and optimize services and profits. He is an acting

Consultant to several major companies and patent initiatives. He is active in

initiating knowledge transfer to industry. His research activity encompasses

the area of human factor and corporate strategy; industrial system design

processes; additive manufacturing and advanced manufacturing; simula-

tion and virtual modelling; agent based modelling; assembly line balancing;

healthcare management and clinical risk assessment; scheduling and opti-

misation; safety and risk analysis.

[email protected]

Physical stress management by operative assignment in

assembly processes

F Fruggiero

1

, M Fera

2

, A Lambiase

3

and

V Di Pasquale

3

1

University of Basilicata, Italy

2

University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Italy

3

University of Salerno, Italy

F Fruggiero et al., Arch Med 2018, Volume 10

DOI: 10.21767/1989-5216-C1-002