Ergonomic Staff Scheduling Problem With Goal Programming In Glass Industry
Kaçmaz, Safiye Özlem
Alakaş, Hacı Mehmet
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Ergonomic is a science that deals with identifying and improving the factors that affect the health of people in their work and social life. When scheduling activities, ergonomic planning is often neglected. Consequently, discomfort caused by working postures occurs in people and adversely affect their health. It is important to include an ergonomic assessment in the personnel scheduling activities in the production area. In this study, a factory in the manufacturing sector is discussed. The positions of the personnel during the study were analyzed by the REBA method. At the same time, a mathematical model has been established using goal programming. The study aims to reduce the ergonomic risk levels of the personnel. With the application, it is predicted that the musculoskeletal problems experienced by the people will be improved and the satisfaction levels of the employees will increase.