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Title: 漁港の労働改善に向けた漁獲物取り扱いの工程・作業表記技法の開発
Other Titles: Technique of Work Process Description for Improvement of Caught Fish Handling
Authors: 佐伯, 公康1 Browse this author
木村, 暢夫2 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
藤森, 康澄3 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
安間, 洋樹4 Browse this author
Authors(alt): Saeki, Kimiyasu1
Kimura, Nobuo2
Fujimori, Yasuzumi3
Yasuma, Hiroki4
Keywords: Work analysis
Process chart
Fishing port
Fish market
Issue Date: Dec-2013
Journal Title: Memoirs of the Faculty of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University
Volume: 55
Issue: 1/2
Start Page: 107
End Page: 132
Abstract: In many commercial operations of set net fishery and trawl in Japan, fish catch unloaded from boats are promptly sorted and displayed for an auction at a fishing port. This work is achieved with machines and by hand. There have been existed manual labor and dangerous operations. However, the system of work is so empirical and complicated because of variety of species of fish catch and its day-by-day fluctuation. This remarkable feature prevents worksite from improvement. In this study, based on existing work analysis technique, systematic technique of work process description for improvement of caught fish handling is newly proposed. Practicality of this technique is proved through the application to two worksites in Japan. Process chart and description derived from this technique would contribute to improvement of occupational health and safety at fishing ports.
Type: bulletin (article)
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