|Title:||The development of a hierarchical coding scheme and database of jobaccommodation for disabled workers||Authors:||Chi, Chia-Fen
|Keywords:||thresholding;floc;image;algorithm;s||Issue Date:||2004||Publisher:||Taipei:National Taiwan University Dept Occupat Therapy||Journal Volume:||33||Journal Issue:||2004||Start page/Pages:||-||Source:||International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics||Abstract:||
The current research developed a hierarchical coding scheme to be utilized by vocational counselors and employers to
determine feasible job accommodation solutions for disabled workers. The coding scheme divided job accommodation
techniques into the following six major categories: (1) jobassignment, (2) jobanalysis and vocational assessment, (3)
work instruction and training, (4) environmental modifications (access to facilities, physical and social environment),
(5) equipment modifications, and (6) computer-related modifications. Each category was subdivided into several
subcategories and items to designate the specific tools and techniques for job accommodation. Based on a hierarchical
coding scheme, a database containing job accommodation case examples of qualified employers who had received
financial support from the Taiwan Employment and Vocational Training Administration (EVTA) was constructed. The
process of turning qualitative information into a quantitative coding system as a basis for constructing a database
system can be generalized to databases created for other applications.
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