Use of the Neutrosophy to analyze the Mental Load of the public officials in the state university of Manabí


  • Oscar Nelson Veliz Gutiérrez Universidad del sur de Manabi, Ecuador
  • Maritza Gutiérrez Ponce Universidad Estatal del Sur de Manabí, Ecuador
  • Neilys González Benítez Cnetro Meteorológico de Pinar del Río, Cuba

Palabras clave:

Neutrosophy, Mental load, NASA TLX METHOD,, orrective and preventive action, ccupational safety and health


The present investigative work is carried out in the installations of the state university of the Manabí south of the re-public of the Ecuador, which was framed in the use of the Neutrosophy to analyze the level of mental load that possesses the public officials of the area of endless education and center of training of local development. The results reached favoured to the high direction of the institution to take and apply preventive and corrective criterions in benefit of the collaborators, based on the results it contributed the Neutrosofía use to identify the main traces of mental load, that present the herons, executedthe NTP 544 norm through the method of the NASA-TLX, method that it is applied in all work positions, for the sake of evaluat-ing the different developed activities and the mental load they possess the herons. Also evaluated, from the results that it is ob-tained to apply the Neutrosofía, the physical environmental factors that it falls in the mental stress of the herons, by using the LEST method, with the one which recognizes to him the recommended levels as for the level of mental load. Based on the ob-tained results plan preventive and corrective actions to prevent the levels of risk in the areas of study


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Veliz Gutiérrez, O. N. ., Gutiérrez Ponce, M., & González Benítez, N. . (2018). Use of the Neutrosophy to analyze the Mental Load of the public officials in the state university of Manabí. Revista Asociación Latinoamericana De Ciencias Neutrosóficas. ISSN 2574-1101, 3(3), 71-78. Recuperado a partir de

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