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Industrial and Management Systems Engineering



Dr. David Cochran, P.E.
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Dr. David Cochran

Education

  • Ph.D., 1973 Oklahoma
  • M.S., 1970 Oklahoma
  • B.S., 1964 Oklahoma

Research Interests

  • Occupational Safety and Health
  • Development of Programs or Processes in Industry to Address Musculoskeletal Disorders or Cumulative Trauma Disorders

Curriculum Vitae

Personal Description


Dr. David Cochran, C.P.E is a professor of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering. His research areas include: Occupational Safety and Health, and Development of Programs or Processes in Industry to Address Musculoskeletal Disorders or Cumulative Trauma Disorders.

Education


  • Ph.D., 1973 Oklahoma
  • M.S., 1970 Oklahoma
  • B.S., 1964 Oklahoma

Research Interests


  • Occupational Safety and Health
  • Development of Programs or Processes in Industry to Address Musculoskeletal Disorders or Cumulative Trauma Disorders

Selected Publications


  • Cochran, D. J., T.L. Stentz, B.S. Stonecipher, and M.S. Hallbeck. 1999. "Guide for Videotaping and Gathering Data on Jobs for Analysis for Risk of Musculoskeletal Disorders." Hand Book of Industrial Ergonomics. CRC Press LLC, ch 19.
  • Cochran, D. J., T.L. Stentz, B.S. Stonecipher, and M.S. Hallbeck. 1999. "Job or Task Analysis for Risk Factors of Musculoskeletal Disorders." Hand Book of Industrial Ergonomics. CRC Press LLC. ch. 30.
  • May, D. R., C.E. Schwoerer, T.L. Stentz, and D.J. Cochran. August 1995. "The Effects of Ergonomic Job Design on Employees' Health-Related Outcomes and Organizational Attitudes: A Quasi-Experimental Field Study." Personnel and Human Resource Management Division for the National Academy of Management Meeting, Vancouver, BC.
  • Gjessing, C. C., T.F. Schoenborn, and A. Cohen, ed. 1994. "A Demonstration of an Ergonomic Intervention in the Red Meatpacking Industry." Participatory Ergonomic Interventions in Meatpacking Plants.

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