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Ergonomics & Human factors 2018

Archives of Medicine

ISSN: 1989-5216

Page 23

July 26-27, 2018

Rome, Italy



Edition of International Conference on

Ergonomics &

Human Factors


oise is recognized as an important stress factor in

numerous workplaces. Despite legal regulations and

recommendations for the highest allowed noise levels, there are

still many problems in practice resulting from noise exposure

such as hearing loss, stress and significant discomfort. We

studied the influence of noise on workers in two different

environments: a technical high school and a manufacturing

company. In both cases measurements of noise levels and

corresponding frequency noise analyses were performed.

In order to study personal noise perceptions, the workers

also completed an extended research survey. A comparison

between the survey’s results and experimentally determined

noise levels gives new insights into the health risks of noise

exposure in two very different working environments.

Recent Publications

1. Gajšek B, Vujica Herzog N, Butlewski M, Đukić G (2017)

Research opportunity: incorporation of human factors

in order picking system models. Zeszyty Naukowe

Politechniki Poznańskiej : Organizacja i Zarządzanie,


2. Vujica Herzog N, Zavec Pavlinič D, Kuzmanović

BD, Buchmeister B (2016) Thermal manikin and its

stability for accurate and repeatable measurements.

International journal of simulation modelling, 15:676-


3. Šauperl O, Vujica Herzog N, (2014) Workplace design

in the clothing shop by considering anthropometry.

Asian academic research journal of multidisciplinary,


4. Vujica Herzog N, Vujica Beharić R, Beharić A,

Buchmeister B (2014). Ergonomic analysis of

ophthalmic nurse workplace using 3D simulation.

International journal of simulation modelling, 13: 409-


5. Polajnar A, Vujica Herzog N, Buchmeister B, Jevšnik

S (2012), Strains and stresses of workers caused by

exposure to noise. Collegium antropologicum, 36:899-



Natasa Vujica Herzog is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Mechan-

ical Engineering, University of Maribor, Slovenia. Her research area is oper-

ations and production management in particularly ergonomics. She is au-

thor or co-author of more than 100 publications, several original scientific

articles published in international journals, monographs, and chapters in

scientific books.

[email protected]

Noise effects: measured noise levels versus personal


Natasa Vujica Herzog


, Borut Buchmeister



Lea Spindler



University of Maribor, Slovenia


Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia

Natasa Vujica Herzog et al., Arch Med 2018, Volume 10

DOI: 10.21767/1989-5216-C1-002