Definitions for "ergonomics"
biological science applied to study the relation between workers and their environments.
The science of designing machines, tools, and computers so that people find them easy and healthful to use.
The science of fitting work or workplace to the human body, to help avoid injury or illness due to occupational stressors.
characteristic referring to the good grasp of all the controls which must be both intuitive, smooth, safe, and easy to operate. The equilateral triangle formed by the seat, footrests and handlebars is a good layout.
The relationship between the user and the product, particularly taking into account ease of use.
Keywords:  hazards, program
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