Next meeting will be held in june 2009, in Dortmund, Germany
Summary of the 34th CREE Meeting - Bruxels:
41 candidates were processed at this session, all approved. Clean up of the register is finished for all countries and up to date register will be loaded soon to the web site; certainly bringing the current register close to 390 active eur ergs.
A new President has been elected, Ernst Koningsfeld, following in this task Roland Ortengren, president during four years.
Poland actually preparing to enter CREE was attending this meeting as observer. Poland shall candidate to enterat next Meeting.
HETPEP criteria revision is about to finished, discussions shall take place in the diffrente national societies to be able to close discussions at next meeting.
Webmaster and communication chair is open and candidates shall send their formal letter to the secretary before end of march.
36 candidates were processed at this session, 35 approved and one postponed. Meanwhile, a clean up of the register has been made in all countries. This brings the register from 422 to 413. You can have access to the up to date directory and european map.
Belgium has renewed its National representant in the person of Dirk Delaruelle.
HETPEP criteria on which certification and harmonistaion in the 16 members countries are built, are undergoing a revision. result of this work shall be delivered by this end of 2008 to be discussed with countries where not allready done.
President chair is open and candidates shall send their formal letter to the secretary before end of august.
55 candidates were received at this session in which 17 new eur erg. This brings eur erg directory to more than 428 accreditated ergonomists in europe.
35 candidates were received at this session in which 18 new eur erg. This brings eur erg directory to more than 413 accreditated ergonomists in europe.
Germany has renewed its National representant in the person of Dr Karsten Kluth. A new observer country has been accepted to the council to see how this country shall integrate the CREE.
Summary of the 30th CREE meeting (november 2006, Naples)
50 candidates were received at this session in which more than 20 new eur erg. This brings eur erg directory to more than 400 accreditated ergonomists in europe.
Spain is still undergoing changes to designate a suitable representant.
All eur erg have now a direct access to their data so that they can update everything they need to have visitors contact them more easily. Website has also been updated. Some work will still be done during the coming months to update all site.
Summary of the 29th CREE meeting (july 2006, Maastricht)
62 candidates were received at this session which is the record of assessed candidates for a CREE counsil. This brings eur erg directory to more than 350 accreditated ergonomists in europe.
Ireland has renewed its National Assesment Board and is then again able to accreditate its candidates, situation shall be solved by the end of 2006. Spain is still undergoing changes to designate a suitable representant.
IEA 2006 - Maastricht - International Ergonomics Association
Meeting diversity in ergonomics
The triennal congress was held on July 2006 in Maastricht, it was the occasion to meet more than 1100 ergonomists amongst the world and to meet the various representatives of the institutions of the profession. Moste of the CREE cousnil were present for the whole congress which gave us the opportunitty to strenghten the relationships with FEES and with IEA people.
Summary of the 28th CREE meeting (november 2005, Lisboa)
A new general secretary has been elected : Maggie Graf (swiss), replacing François Hubault (France) after 6 years in duty. A new function has been created in the board to take care of the website and communication; Damien Huyghe (France) will assume this function.
Summary of the 27th CREE meeting (June 2005, Zurich)
Finland is the thirteen country to join CREE. Finland was before integrated in the Nordic Countries.
1 st European Forum for Professional Ergonomists (EuFoPErg) -(Paris, la Sorbonne - 4 th and 5 th June 2004)
70 ergonomists form 12 countries gathered in Paris to share their views of ergonomics practice and key of success in ergonomics interventions.