The aim of the research is to use bio-energy sciences, including the science of "Radisthesia", to improve the performance of sewing workers in ready-made garment factories through the application of some of the methods of this science, and the application of research tools, which consisted of an open questionnaire to determine the problems and risks of the work of knitting workers in the (operating) hall.A form evaluating the performance of sewing workers in the T-shirt production line to evaluate the performance of workers while working inside the ready-made garment factory (the research site).The performance rate of the workers was measured before preparing for the experiment, then a modification was made in the shape of the production line and some of the machines were changed due to their conflict with a ground power line full of harmful charges using the methods of radisthasia.In addition to the voltage and energy measuring devices, which are the IK pendulum and the vertical pendulum to find out the places of high pressure and the ground power lines with high charges, as well as the use of the voltameter and the Teslameter to measure the ratios of these charges and their impact on the workers andConsidering the exact distances between the machines, as well as the use of electric combs that were placed on the main cable feeding the machines to collect paths of electric charge and prevents them from spreadingWhere the effect of all these stresses on the performance level of workers was shown, and after the adjustment, this effect decreased and the productivity rate increased, as the results indicated that there were statistically significant differences between the average scores of workers’ performance, where the daily production level before preparing the experiment ranged from 4200 to 4500 and after preparing the experiment increased The production rate ranges from 4700 to 4800.
bdelhafeez, Zainab Farghaly; Al-Muslimi, Sawsan Mohamed Dia Al-Din; Hosseini, Esraa Abdel Moneim; and habib, Hadeer ezzat Mohamed
"The effect of employing Radiesthesia to improve the performance of the sewing workers in readymade garments industry,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 11
, Article 17.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol11/iss6/17