Adopting Knowledge flow in determining risk factors for Ergonomic: An analytical questionnaire study of a sample of workers in the (Mosaic) company for furniture and furnishings
The study sought, within its theoretical and field framework, to analyse the dependence of knowledge flow in identifying risk factors for human engineering, based on hypotheses that link the study variables represented by knowledge flow and the risks of human engineering to achieve a tangible contribution to knowledge management and human engineering to reach a work environment through which working individuals can achieve The objectives of the organization, by establishing the potential vision of the evolutionary approaches that occur to the flow of knowledge and the risk factors for human engineering through a survey study of the opinions of individuals working in (Mosaic) for furniture and furnishings, to represent the research sample, by adopting a questionnaire form to collect data and information to determine the relationships between the research variables for the purpose of Diagnosing the ability of knowledge flow in identifying the most dangerous factors in the field of human engineering by relying on the results of statistical analysis, which reflected the objectives of the study, which is to increase the theoretical and field knowledge of working individuals about the concepts of knowledge flow and the related risk factors related to human engineering. The problem of the study can be identified in its general framework by asking the following question: How can the flow of knowledge control and identify risk factors in organizational work? To achieve this, the hypothesis that was tested was formulated through a number of statistical methods, and (40) forms were distributed for the purpose of analysis and linking the relationship between the two variables. Circumstances, based on the so-called "error data banks" that are based mainly on pre-made knowledge flow data that include all the possibilities of error (malfunction) for various tasks, and under any circumstances. A number of recommendations consistent with these conclusions were presented.
Al Tani, Amal Sarhan Soliman; Al Samak, Manal Abdul gabar; and Al Galili, Alaa Haseb Abdel Hasdi
"Adopting Knowledge flow in determining risk factors for Ergonomic: An analytical questionnaire study of a sample of workers in the (Mosaic) company for furniture and furnishings,"
Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences: Vol. 1
, Article 66.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55384/2790-4237.1129
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