The Effects of Ergonomic Stressors on Process Tool Maintenance and Utilization

Published:

August 5, 1999

Author:

Dwight Miller (Sandia National Laboratories)

Abstract:

This study examines ergonomic stressors associated with front-end process tool maintenance, relates them to decreased machine utilization, and proposes solution strategies to reduce their negative impact on productivity....

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