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Analysis of ergonomic work equipment lowering the static load based on trend of development of work activities

REFEENCES Andersson, B. J., Ortengren, R., Nachemson, A.L., Elfström, G. and Broman H. (1975). The sitting posture: an electromyographic and discometric study. The Orthopedic clinics of North America, pp. 105-120. Berlin, C., Adams, C. (2017). Production Ergonomics: Designing Work Systems to Support Optimal human Performance. London: Ubility Press, pp. 127-138. Bršiak, V., Kotrbancová, M. and Bršiak, M. (2014). Prevencia a liečba bolesti chrbta. Púchov: Pro Benefit s.r.o. Bubeník, P. (2004). A scheduling system for minimizing the costs of

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Reengineering of production processes and its impact on the financial situation and business performance of the company

calculation: (4) ROSC = Profit Share   Capital ROSC = {{Profit} \over {Share\;Capital}} Return on sales ROS , which is a ratio widely used to evaluate the entity’s operating performance. ROS indicates how much profit an entity makes after paying for variable costs of production, such as wages, raw materials, etc. (but before interest and tax). It is the return achieved from standard operations and does not include unique or one-off transactions. This indicator encompasses the profit margin aspect. ROS is usually expressed as follows: (5) ROS = EBIT

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Lean Management – System Assumptions and Barriers to Implementation


In recent years lean thinking (also referred as slim) increases its popularity not only in industry, but also in the entire business world. There are many confirmed effects demonstrating the high effectiveness of this philosophy: a clear improvement of economic indicators, an increase in current satisfaction and the acquisition of new clients; better, stable quality of offered products and services; efficient organization of production; more effective management; high productivity of work and production; minimizing the costs of production and storage of stocks. Why is Lean implementation in our domestic conditions not easy and sometimes ineffective? In this study we will try to answer these very important questions.

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