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Off Road Seating 2007 AgrAbility Workshop. Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute Jim Hubbard, MS, ATP, RET hubbardj@uwstout.edu 715-232-1982. Off Road Seating – Agenda 1:45 – 3:15. Introductions Seating – The Critical Factors Seating Specialist - Services/Process

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    1. Off Road Seating2007 AgrAbility Workshop Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute Jim Hubbard, MS, ATP, RET hubbardj@uwstout.edu 715-232-1982 Hubbard UW-STOUT

    2. Off Road Seating – Agenda 1:45 – 3:15 • Introductions • Seating – The Critical Factors • Seating Specialist - Services/Process • Pressure mapping and WBV • Seats sampler and DIY options • Summary/Questions Hubbard UW-STOUT

    3. Off Road Seating – Agenda 3:45 – 5:00 • Seating case histories • Small group forums – future focus • Experiential activities • Partners completing body measurement forms • Personal pressure mapping opportunity • Extended tryout of seats and special wheelchairs Hubbard UW-STOUT

    4. Introductions Off Road Seating (Hubbard 2007) Tractor Seating (Novak – Willkomm 2005) 10 Commandments of Seating (Jones 2004) Hubbard UW-STOUT

    5. Why proper seating? • One of the primary ergonomic factors • Relationship to health and safety • A variable of equipment selection • Expected future regulation • Desirable cost / benefit ratios Hubbard UW-STOUT

    6. Role of Assistive Technologist • Match functional abilities with tasks • Assess and recommend commercial products • Modify existing products or use them in a different way • Custom fabricate products as necessary • Develop new work methods • Assist in implementation of technology Hubbard UW-STOUT

    7. Assess User Ability Analyze Task Demands Are User and Tasks Compatible? Successful Access AT Accommodation Model Hubbard UW-STOUT

    8. Problem Solving Cycle Apply Observe a situation Produce Identify/ Define Problem Evaluate Test Gather Information Make Prototype Plan Construction Frame Brief Generate Ideas Choose Solution Detail Solution Hubbard UW-STOUT

    9. What’s new in seating Hubbard UW-STOUT

    10. The Importance of SEATING • Comfort versus Function • Positioning/Orientation in Space • Dynamic Stability versus Static Load • Control of shock forces • Priority of managing pressure Hubbard UW-STOUT

    11. Seating Dimensions Hubbard UW-STOUT

    12. Anthropometric Body Measurements HUMAN MEASUREMENT Hubbard UW-STOUT

    13. Assistive Technology(Rehabilitation Technology) The science (and art) of adapting the work, the workplace, or the environment to an individual with an injury or disability Assistive Technology is a process, not just a product or device “Ergonomics for One” Hubbard UW-STOUT

    14. ERGONOMICS / FITTING Ergonomics: The term “ergonomics” is derived from two Greek words: “ergon”, meaning work and “nomoi”, meaning natural laws. http://www.apple.com/about/ergonomics/seat.html Hubbard UW-STOUT

    15. “Old time” Ergonomics Hubbard UW-STOUT

    16. Risk Factors that relate to loss • Repetition • Force • Awkward postures • Contact stress • Static loading • Psychosocial stress • Extremes in temperature or vibration • Personal risk factors Hubbard UW-STOUT

    17. SeatingPositioning/OrientationRecline Tilt-in-Space Hubbard UW-STOUT

    18. SeatingPositioning/Orientation Lateral Tilt Office Chair Hubbard UW-STOUT

    19. SeatingCustom SeatingSeat Orthotics Hubbard UW-STOUT

    20. SeatingComputerized Pressure Mapping Hubbard UW-STOUT

    21. Computerized Pressure Mapping Display Hubbard UW-STOUT

    22. SeatingPressure Wound Factors / Braden Scale • Force over Area • Blood flow • Moisture • Shear • Nutrition Hubbard UW-STOUT

    23. Computerized Pressure MappingHard Plastic Chair Hubbard UW-STOUT

    24. Pelvic landmarks Hubbard UW-STOUT

    25. Differences in seat fit dimensions Hubbard UW-STOUT

    26. Pelvis dimension similarities Hubbard UW-STOUT

    27. Computerized Pressure MappingHard Plastic Chair with Air Cushion Hubbard UW-STOUT

    28. Seating Air Cushion Powered Air Cushion Hubbard UW-STOUT

    29. John Deere 8120 Hubbard UW-STOUT

    30. Computerized Pressure MappingJohn Deere 8120 Hubbard UW-STOUT

    31. Computerized Pressure MappingJohn Deere 8120 Recline Seat to low Hubbard UW-STOUT

    32. Contoured SeatsOld New Hubbard UW-STOUT

    33. Seating Equipment Modular Back Shapeable Back Hubbard UW-STOUT

    34. Early seat tractor suspension Hubbard UW-STOUT

    35. Torsion and Dampened Suspension Hubbard UW-STOUT

    36. What happens to older seats? Hubbard UW-STOUT

    37. Chev pickup with worn out seat 2600 hours or 88,000 miles Hubbard UW-STOUT

    38. Seating at WI Grain Farm Hubbard UW-STOUT

    39. JD 9650 Combine Seat Hubbard UW-STOUT

    40. JDCombine and Ford truck seat Seat pan tilt Powered driver seat Hubbard UW-STOUT

    41. Computerized Pressure MappingClosed cell foam seat with adjustability Hubbard UW-STOUT

    42. Peterbuilt truck with Seats seat Hubbard UW-STOUT

    43. Some Off Road seat companies • Sears Seating • Grammer • KAB Seating • National Seating • Recaro • Ishringhausen Hubbard UW-STOUT

    44. SeatingSears Seating Co. • Technology • Ergonomics • Proper design for workers’ safety, comfort, productivity • Anthropometrics • Pressure Mapping • Six-Axis Ride Simulator • Innovations • Products Hubbard UW-STOUT

    45. SeatingSears Seating Co. • Ergonomics Seat Design • Comfort and controlled seating posture • Proper support hips, ischial area, lower back, shoulders thighs, and arms • Still allowing easy operation of all controls or turning in the seat to look rearward. Hubbard UW-STOUT

    46. SeatingSears Seating Co. • Anthropometrics • Arm reach • Elbow rest height • Hip breadth • Sitting height • Stomach breadth • Thigh clearance and weight Hubbard UW-STOUT

    47. SeatingSears Seating Co. • Six-Axis Ride Simulator Hubbard UW-STOUT

    48. SeatingSears Seating Co. • Pressure mapping • For a comfortable ergonomic seat • Produces pressure image Hubbard UW-STOUT

    49. SeatingSears Seating Co. • Innovations • Active Suspension System Hubbard UW-STOUT

    50. SeatingSears Seating Co. • Innovations • Semi-Active Suspension System Hubbard UW-STOUT