APPROACHES TO THE EVALUATION OF WORKSHOP MICROCLIMATE CONDITIONS

Abstract

The article deals with the evaluation of microclimate conditions at the workplaces of the engineering workshops. By measuring the conditions of the thermo-humidity parameters, these were objectified and compared with the results of the subjective evaluation, obtained by the questionnaire survey. Based on investigators' research up to the present day, these outputs are not always consistent, and therefore the research objective was to look for narrow spots of this "disagreement".  Appropriate workplace conditions "well-being" are indispensable for  a manufacture production, as workers are the most valuable resource of the company, which is still true, at of today's high automation, and at the onset of the so-called "4th industrial revolution", the employees health protection must be ensured above all, because workplace comfort is affecting not only a health, but also a productivity of employees.

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