are familiar with a range of target groups and operator populations, and with the resulting differences in design criteria
are familiar with the targets for the ergonomic quality of work sys-tems, and with the methods for its assessment
are familiar with the complexity of work systems, including possible effects of separate design solutions
are able to structure a work situation schematically in accordance with the concept of a work system, and to deduce from it the need for action and design
are able to develop ergonomic solutions of their own, systematically and in consideration of existing and known design specifications (e.g. standards), for work systems, products or individual elements (hand-machine interface)
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