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:: Volume 9, Issue 5 (October-November 2020) ::
JHPM 2020, 9(5): 11-24 Back to browse issues page
Health and Safety Issues in the Cloud Manufacturing Systems: A Systematic Review
Seyyedeh Atefeh Hosseini , Amir Najafi , Nabiollah Mohammadi , Homa Droudi
Islamic Azad University , asdnjf@gmail.com
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Introduction: Health and safety in cloud-based manufacturing systems have become a major issue, especially with the spread of the Corona virus, putting both systems and the workforce at risk. In recent years, many journals and researchers have focused their research in this area. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to systematically review health and safety issues in cloud manufacturing systems. 
Methods: In this systematic review study, a narrative of books and articles related to qualitative and quantitative studies indexed in ProQuest databases, Scientific Information Database (SID), Magiran, Ovid, Irandoc, Science Direct, Taylor & Francis, Emerald, Cochrane, Springer, Google Scholar, and Scopus were used, and the keywords used to search for articles were Cloud Manufacturing Systems, Safety, Health, Risk, and Immune. Qualitative and quantitative research related to the last 19 years (since 2000) in Persian and English. Studies that had an unspecified sample size and implementation, or were conducted only on cloud-based manufacturing systems or safety and health, were excluded from the study. Also, articles whose full text was not available were excluded from the study process. After deleting articles that did not meet the inclusion criteria, the full text of all articles that met the inclusion criteria was reviewed. Their results were extracted according to the investigated factor and made available to two other researchers for review and correction went. In general, in this study, out of 47 articles, 38 articles from 11 countries were reviewed and their results were extracted. 
Results: 12 studies (31%) were conducted on single-layer cloud manufacturing systems and 26 studies (69%) were conducted on multi-layer cloud manufacturing systems. 17 studies (45%) were conducted on health and safety.
Conclusions: The results indicate three main topics including "characteristics of multi-layer cloud manufacturing systems", "health and safety characteristics and its improvement" and "factors preventing work accidents". Also, the results indicate that many studies (45%) have focused on safety and health issues in cloud manufacturing systems. Recommended based on the type of cloud manufacturing system; Provide the type of cloud services and implement processes according to national health and safety guidelines in accordance with the standards of each level. 
Keywords: Health, Safety, Work Accidents, Cloud Manufacturing Systems.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: health technology management
Received: 2020/06/28 | Accepted: 2020/08/12 | Published: 2020/10/1
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Hosseini S A, Najafi A, Mohammadi N, Droudi H. Health and Safety Issues in the Cloud Manufacturing Systems: A Systematic Review. JHPM 2020; 9 (5) :11-24
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