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Concentration, restructurations, nouveaux usages de consommation, marchés de compétition inédits, explosion numérique… Jamais les entreprises n'ont été prises dans un tel mouvement de mutations à la fois concomitantes et intégrées. Face à ce flux devenu structurel, leur capacité d'adaptation devient un ressort objectif de compétitivité et de pérennité. Pour mieux expliquer et défendre des transformations parfois douloureuses, beaucoup se rangent derrière un même...
Trends in leisure-, transport-, and work-related physical activity in Canada 1994–2005
Background : In Canada, data show adults had a lower energy intake in 2004 than in 1972. Data also show adults expended more energy through leisure-time physical activity in 2000 than in 1981. On the other hand, the prevalence of overweight and obesity (combined) rose from 49.2% to 59.1% between 1978 and 2004. Purpose : This study aimed to chart trends in leisure-, transport-, and work-related physical activity in Canada between 1994 and 2005. Methods : We used nationally representative data from the three National Population Health Surveys (1994, 1996, and 1998) and the three Canadian Community...
Recycling centres and waste handling
A workplace for employees and users Applied Ergonomics , dossier thématique : Volume 41, Issue 3, Pages 335-490 (May 2010) Source :
The stability of tallescopes
The primary aim of this project sponsored by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) was to establish whether it could be considered a tolerable practice to move an occupied tallescope, in a theatre environment, for the task of focusing luminaires. This involves moving along a single lighting bar from which a number of luminaires are suspended, focussing each luminaire in turn, once all lights on this bar have been set-up the same process is repeated on the remaining lighting bars. Source :

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