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Biomechanical Assessment of Work Footwear

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by NewsBot, Dec 15, 2012.

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    Biomechanical Assessment of Work Footwear for International Airline
    Personnel
    Martha Luc´ıa Zequera D´ıaz and Carlos Andr´es Wilches P´erez
    34th Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS; San Diego, California USA, 28 August - 1 September, 2012 (pdf)
     
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    Case study of the impact of toecap type on the microclimate in protective footwear
    Emilia Irzmańska,
    International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics; Volume 44, Issue 5, September 2014, Pages 706–714
     
  3. "The aim of this pilot study was to assess the performance and comfort of the work footwear in air hostesses and airport staff" - I found that amusing.:morning:
     
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    Effect of work boot type on work footwear habits, lower limb pain and perceptions of work boot fit and comfort in underground coal miners
    Jessica A. Dobson, Diane L. Riddiford-Harland, Alison F. Bell, Julie R. Steele
    Applied Ergonomics
    Volume 60, April 2017, Pages 146–153

     
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    Gait characteristics in women's safety shoes
    Kanako Goto et al
    Applied Ergonomics; Volume 65, November 2017, Pages 163–167
     
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    Influence of different safety shoes on gait and plantar pressure: a standardized examination of workers in the automotive industry.
    Ochsmann E, Noll U, Ellegast R, Hermanns I, Kraus T.
    J Occup Health. 2016 Sep 30;58(5):404-412
     
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