For job analyse,almost I use from photography.The "Camera" is a great instrument here for me to analyse the all posture of a worker in point of Ergonomy at work.
Of course,here,there are some risk factors like fume (smoke from welding operation),hot spots,radiation(UV & IR) &...
But,Back injury,...let me say a statics:
*60%-80% of adults of working age get back pain at some time.
*15% to 20% of the population has an episode of pain in any 12 month period.
*Every year back pain occurs in 50% of working age adults
*Back pain is the most common cause of disability for persons under the age of 45.
*From 30 to 40 percent of all workplace absences in Canada are due to back pain(the other countries,the same).
*Back pain disables 2% of the US population(the other countries,too)
Be careful & Think more about back injuries.
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supereira (9576) 2004-09-28 5:18
Very interesting photo.Great POV and DOF.I like the colors and the contrast between them.Good framing and prespective.Nice photo.
RGatward (20062) 2004-09-28 5:19
This is such a good series, and could easily double up as illustrations of a health and safety booklet.
jhe00 (271) 2004-09-28 5:27
Fascinating approach and excellent pictures.
jemaflor (86574) 2004-09-28 6:14
Good shot. Very interesting scene well composed. Bravo.
jhm (141163) 2004-09-28 8:06
A very interesting note Mohammad, a colourful picture it firework for welds is splendid. Good shot again!
jrj (34841) 2004-09-28 8:41
Interesting shot in your series. The worker in full swing is well captured. Well done..
Dionysos (1234) 2004-09-28 10:59
I like the style that you have tried in those industrial shots.
One important Turkish photographer, Izzet Keribar says: 'Be away from candy scenes such as sunset, sunrise'
I think this sentence is a key to a new style of photography. A good photograph shouldn't be based on the scene's self colors or atractiveness or etc. A good photograph should create the beauty from ordinary things...
So....I like and respect that you have done.
nwoehnl (122) 2004-09-28 11:07
The fire effect from the welding is very well rendered in this interesting at-work scene, Mohammad. Good perspective with the diagonal of the assembly line, and the worker in the front sure has a posture that makes one think about a sore back at the end of the day. Very effective combination of photo and note again, thanks.
carper (96) 2004-09-28 12:06
Nice one Mohammad,
Very good taken, I like the depth you create with the shot and the colours are great, good job.
Kenny10pin (19301) 2004-09-28 20:19
Very nice capture, I like the way you have caught this, the flying sparks are great, well done
Endy (1025) 2004-09-28 21:05
This assembly line offers an unusual perspective. What impresses me more of this factory is its cleanliness. It manufactures cars but all is completely clean, very impressive.
By the way, an excellent serie Mohammad with very instructive note.
pamastro (7290) 2004-09-29 1:25
Very good depth of field and very good documentary shot once again. The worker bending over like this is well captured and it is very easy to understand from this shot how he could suffer back pain one day after doing this for hours. I'm very familiar with the results of back injuries from this kind of work. Beyond the worker you also captured the sparks of the torch beautifully. I can hear he assembly plant in motion from this shot. Well done.
jmdaoudal (82) 2004-09-29 2:49
further on the analysis in jour job, sure you have thought of communication thorought your photographs.
Happy and surely convinced will be the concerned staff when they'll have prevention conferences with such Photos.
All compliments for that one. The operator is nicely taken by the choice of speed and distance you have made. Colors are beautiful.
Ps I am a qualician too, but training people in Management and tools (9000)
ChrisJ (100662) 2004-09-29 3:18
Another good industrial scene. I like the welding sparks. Should the man be wearing goggles?
bazal (7900) 2004-09-29 8:18
Interesting new document dealing with work and security. The picture is sharp and well composed. Good DOF and nice choice of focus. Well done !
Hanssie (10403) 2004-09-30 13:32
Didn't see this one, sorry my friend...
Working, an industrial one from you again, I like the action in this shot, the fire.
So you also use your camera for your work and now we can see them on TE ?
phi729 (2101) 2004-10-02 4:55
Hi Mohammad :)
Another good illustrative shot about the back pain at work. With this shot, I imagine the pain of these workers after one day of job. The framing is perfect to render the depth of the scene and the atmosphere of the factory. Colors and exposure are well-managed too. And your statistical notes are useful. One sees the professional work of the photographer. An excellent series, Mohammad!
sn00zie (2384) 2004-10-02 6:40
i agree, this is a great series you've been capturing. nice dof and colors are nice... but as i said-dangerous....
maphoto (8082) 2004-10-05 21:19
Nice capture Mohammad, interesting and very representative shot, nice effect and excellent DOF, good work.
joseelias (0) 2004-10-12 7:29
Excelent image. I like a lot the journalistic feeling in it. It could be very well used in a magazine, newspaper or any other type of publication about this issue. Colors, clarity and DOF are excelent, although I think I would crop just a bit of the left part of the image to center more attention in the welding work and remove partially that distracting part of the car.
Piotr (0) 2004-10-18 16:03
Hi Mohammad :)
Great idea to use photography for job analyse.
It's very helpful I think
Many great photos You posted at last few weeks.
it's not possible to comment all.
This is very interesting, great composition
HeavyZobeCH (51) 2004-10-22 18:58
A very beautiful picture with nice DOF and nice lights ::)
This is a very interesting subject, makes the people think about safety at work.
- Copyright: Mohammad E Hesamian (elihesamian) (26149)
- Genre: People
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 1997-05-00
- Categories: Daily Life
- Camera: Nikon F50, AF Nikkor 35-80
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Industrial Portfolio, Poeple Portfolio [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2004-09-28 5:10
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