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Publications and conferences

1. Nokubonga (Sma) Ngcamu-Tukulula (2019). Addressing the high number of railway occurrences in the South African railway industry: A human factors/ergonomics solution. Annual Rail Safety Conference 2019, 1 – 3 October, Stellenbosch.
2. Nokubonga (Sma) Ngcamu-Tukulula (2019). The importance of a participatory approach in developing a fatigue management program. Fourth African Symposium on Human Factors and Aviation Safety (ASHFAS) and Fourteenth Ergonomics Society of South Africa (ESSA) Joint Conference 2019, 27 - 29 August 2019, Durban, South Africa
3. Nokubonga (Sma) Ngcamu-Tukulula (2017). Curbing train control personnel unsafe acts stemming from unintended errors by focusing on cognitive processes and functions. Rail Human Factors Conference 2017, 6 – 9 November, London.
4. Nokubonga (Sma) Ngcamu-Tukulula (2017). Will further legislating ergonomics requirements impede or enhance the effective implementation and advancement of ergonomics in South Africa? Ergonomics Society of South Africa/ ASHFAS/ ErgoAfrica Conference, 13 - 15 September 2017 in Boksburg.
5. Nokubonga (Sma) Ngcamu-Tukulula (2017). Cognitive demands of train control officers. Annual Railway Safety Conference, 9 – 11 May 2017 in Durban.
6. Nokubonga (Sma) Ngcamu-Tukulula (2015). Poster Title: Working towards a more proactive approachto managing workerfatigue in the railway sector. International Rail Safety Conference 2015. September, Sandton
7. Nokubonga (Sma) Ngcamu (2015). Rail Human Factors Conference 2015. Poster Title: Using human centrered systems design as a means of working towards zero occurrences within the South African railway sector. September, London.
8. Nokubonga Ngcamu, Swantje Zschernack & Matthias Göbel (2009). A commentary on future ergonomics research based on manager's perceptions of quality concerns in the South African manufacturing industry. Proceedings of the 11th Biennial Conference of the Ergonomics Society of South Africa, Port Elizabeth 4 - 6 November 2009 in Port Elizabeth, p 77-87. ISBN: 978-0-620- 45271-7.
9. Nokubonga (Sma) Ngcamu, Swantje Zschernack & Matthias Goebel (2009). The interaction between awkward working postures and precision performance as an example of the relationship between ergonomics and production quality. A Thatcher, S Zschernack, A Todd & S Davies (Eds.). Proceedings of the 17th World Congress on Ergonomics, Beijing, China, 9 – 14 August 2009.
10. Ndaki N, Mattison MC and Ngcamu N (2009). An investigation into the time awareness of educators from different schools around Grahamstown. A Thatcher, S Zschernack, A Todd & S Davies (Eds.). Proceedings of the 11th Conference of the Ergonomics Society of South Africa, 4th-6th November 2009 in Port Elizabeth, p 230-239. ISBN: 978-0-620-45271-7.
11. Goebel M, Ngcamu NS, and Zschernack S (2008). Quality Concerns in the Manufacturing Sector and the link to Ergonomics: A South African Survey. In Sznelwar L, Mascia F, and Montedo U (Editors) 2008. 9th International Symposium on Human Factors in Organizational Design and Management, Guaruja, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 19 – 21 March 2008.
12. Ngcamu NS and Zschernack S (2007). The evaluation of self optimisation of working pace as a method for work design. In Christie CJ (2007). Proceedings of the 10th Conference of the Ergonomics Society of South Africa, Durban, South Africa, 21-22 June: ISBN 978 – 0 – 620 – 38797 – 2.