G M Hägg
Affiliation: National Institute for Working Life
- Methodologies for evaluating electromyographic field data in ergonomicsG M Hägg
Programme for Ergonomics, National Institute for Working Life, SE 112 79, Stockholm, Sweden
J Electromyogr Kinesiol 10:301-12. 2000..The EVA method categorised the three muscle recordings as too static with no EMG gaps while the JASA method identifies fatigue in two of the three recordings. The practical relevance of these findings is discussed...
- Human muscle fibre abnormalities related to occupational loadG M Hägg
Programme for Ergonomics, National Institute for Working Life, Stockholm, Sweden
Eur J Appl Physiol 83:159-65. 2000..However, there are some indications of a relationship between degree of abnormality and degree of pain. There are also indications of differences between the type of finding in the trapezius muscle and in the hand/forearm muscles...
- Corporate initiatives in ergonomics--an introductionGöran M Hägg
Programme for Ergonomics, National Institute for Working Life, SE 112 79 Stockholm, Sweden
Appl Ergon 34:3-15. 2003..Programmes in ergonomics are still often seen as solely a matter of health and safety. Only a few companies have reached the state where ergonomics constitutes an integrated part of the overall strategy of the enterprise...
- Load pattern and pressure pain threshold in the upper trapezius muscle and psychosocial factors in medical secretaries with and without shoulder/neck disordersG M Hägg
Department of Ergonomics, National Institute for Working Life, Solna, Sweden
Int Arch Occup Environ Health 69:423-32. 1997..Another hypothesis is that these disorders are related to psychosocial conditions at work. In order to test these hypotheses, 23 medical secretaries were investigated...