SAMPLE CALCULATION

SAMPLE CALCULATION
The measured task variables when the worker is lifting:Load to be lifted= 20Kg H1(origin)= 40cm V1(origin)= 50cm A1(origin)=0 H2(dest.) = 43cm V2(dest.) =0 D(dist.)= 50cm C(coupl.) = Poor F (freq.) = 4 A2(dest.) =0 Duration (hrs) =1-2

003|V-75|)=092 DM=0.91 AM=1-(0.FOLOWING ARE THE MULTIPIERS:AT ORIGIN HM= 25/H=0.82(4.9 .63 VM= 1-(0.5/D)=0.0032A)=1 FM (from table)=0.72 CM(from table)=0.

72 CM(from table)=0.58 VM= 1-(0.AT DESTINATION HM= 25/H=0.9 .003|V-75|)=0.91 AM=1-(0.78 DM=0.5/D)=0.82(4.0032A)=1 FM (from table)=0.

1Kg LI(origin)= Load/RWL=2.3 As the Lifting Index is more than one which indicates that the worker must be having problem of Low Back Pain.) =Load/RWL =3.6 LI(dest.) = 6.8Kg RWL(dest.RESULTS RWL=LC * HM *VM * DM * AM *FM * CM RWL(origin)=7. thus the layout is to be redesigned by redesigning the task variables .

. THUS WORKING LAYOUT IS REVISED BY REVISING THE TASK VARIABLES IN ORDER TO HAVE THE SAFER RESULTS i.REVISION OF THE UNSAFE RESULTS THE RESULTS OBTAINED FOR THE ABOVE SAMPLE ARE UNSAFE.e SAFE LOADING CONDITIONS OF THE WORKER.

)=10 F(freq.)=Poor .) =3 Duration(hrs)=1-2 C(coupl.) =0 D(dist.) = 30 cm V2(dest.SAMPLE CALCULATION The revised task variables when the worker is lifting:AT ORIGIN Load to be lifted= 20Kg H1(origin)=30cm V1(origin)=50cm A1(origin)= 0 H2(dest.) =40 cm A2(dest.

79 CM(from table)=0.82(4.9 DM=0.AT DESTINATION HM= 25/H=0.003|V-75|)=0.9 .0032A)=1 FM (from table)=0.5/D)=1 AM=1-(0.58 VM= 1-(0.

Thus summarising the revisions made as mentioned: .6Kg RWL(dest.6 As the Lifting Index is not less than one .) = Load/RWL=1.5 LI(dest.) =12.but the layout of work has been revised so as to reduce the LI to maximum possible extent.2Kg LI(origin)=Load/RWL=1.REVISED RESULTS RWL=LC * HM *VM * DM * AM *FM * CM RWL(origin)=12.

CHANGES DONE IN THE TASK VARIABLES y The worker is advised to be closer to the Origin and destination points in order to increase the HM y Raising the height of the Destination Point in order to increase VM y Reducing the lifting frequency in order to increase the FM y Further the LI can also be reduced by reducing the Load to be lifted .

y The output comprises of the Multipliers along with RWL & LI. . y It is used to calculate the RWL & LI using NIOSH Lifting Equation.SOFTWARE DEVELOPED FEATURES y The software has been made in C++ Programming Language. y The input given to the software are the values of Task Variables.

FLOWCHART OF THE PROGRAMME 12 .

Start Define variables involved Initialize desired variables Define various functions A Read input data i.e task variables Call functions for task multipliers B .

m lti lier for V2 C . m lti lier for V1 NO If YES r==1 YES If r==2 NO If r==3 YES Call f nction for freq.B NO If YES r==1 YES If r==2 NO If r==3 YES Call f nction for freq.

C NO A Dis lay all the multi liers Com ute WL and LI Dis lay WL and LI NO End YES Sto .

THE RESULTS ALONG WITH THE EXECUTION OF THE PROGRAMME 16 .

Enter the following data Load to be lifted--15 Horizontal Distance at origin--50 Horizontal Distance at Destination--45 Vertical Distance at Origin--114 Vertical Distance at Destination--0 .

Frequency i. Lifts per Minute--3 Asymmetric Angle at Origin--15 Asymmetric Angle at Destination--20 What is the type of Coupling PRESS 1 for Good 2 for Fair 3 for Poor 2 .e.

563798 ---------------------------------------------The Recommended Weight Limit(RWL2) at Destination is 5.97883 .What is the Duration of Service PRESS 1 for <=1 hour 2 for 1 to 2 hours 8 for 2 to 8 hours 2 --------------------------------------------The Recommended Weight Limit(RWL1) at origin is 6.

508852 ---------------------------------------------MULTIPLIERS ARE AS UNDER HM VM DM AM FM CM 0.285262 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The lifting Index at Destination is 2.8594740.9360.859474 0.79 0.555556 0.775 0.50.--------------------------------------------The lifting Index at origin is 2.791 0.95 .9520.8830.

THANKS 21 .

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