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Cultural Ergonomics
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The kinds of human work are many and various. But according to Kaplan, whatever the work, when it is a subject for ergonomic tasking, it calls for recognition of cultural considerations. It was recommended that, when approaching a task, the ergonomist should ask the following questions and, in its execution, take appropriate account of the answers:

O What are the characterisitcs of the cultural milieu in which the work is performed?