The Use of Persuasive Design in Technical Solutions Supporting Safety Culture in the Production Enterprise—A Case Study

WIKTORIA CZERNECKA, MARCIN BUTLEWSKI, MALGORZATA SLAWINSKA, ARKADIUSZ KALEMBA

Abstract


The aim of this article is to present technical and organizational activities to prevent dangerous behaviors on the example of the work station of the stacker. In order to implement it, an analysis of the topic literature was carried out, including the presentation of basic notions of dangerous behaviors and organizational culture. The specification of the workplace and the activities performed has also been presented. The collected data were used to conduct research to characterize employee behaviors and attitudes while crossing the chain conveyor line. It has been shown that transitions are made very often, which creates a risk of falling, resulting from, for example, hooking up the transport chain. Based on the results obtained, a technical solution to eliminate dangerous transitions was developer and proposed.

Keywords


ergonomic design, human error, accident prevention, human centered designText


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/ise2018/33656

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