At the CREE Council meeting of late November 20 new candidates were assessed positively and became Eur.Erg. Next. 48 applications for prolongation were granted positively.
A special session was held to inform conference delegates about the benefits of being a Eur.Erg.
In the last Council Meeting held in Poznan, Poland, 14 new candidates received their certification as Eur.Erg. and 26 Eur.Erg.s prolonged their certification.
International Ergonomics Association
Dedicated to the development of ergonomics since 1959 all around the world.
Federation of European Ergonomics Societies
Created in 2004, FEES fosters coordination and collaboration between 15 ergonomics societies in Europe. It liases on their behalf with European Union organisations.