The Communication and Promotion Committee of the Federation of the European Ergonomics Societies would like to share news from their last meeting with you and has requested some feedback information. (Click "lire la suite" below for the details.) Please send responses to Gyula Szabo, Chair of the Communication and Promotion Committee. (email@example.com)
The European Railway Agency has published a call for human factors experts to assist the national investigation bodies (NIB). Read more....
Southampton, England, April 7-10, 2014
More information: www.ehf2014.org.uk
1. Education: Three years at university level, at least one of which is dedicated to ergonomics.
2. Supervised training: At least one year.
3. Professional experience: Two years following supervised training.
The totle European Ergonomist (Eur.Erg.) will be granted to a candidate who provides satisfactory evidence of all three components.