Jobs take their toll

European Trade Union Institute, etui. The European Trade Union Institute organised a conference with strong ergonomics interest.
 
The EU debate on upping the retirement age is meaningful only if it includes working condi

Welding and Ergonomics Symposium 2014

30 January 2014, Thursday
Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary
 Welding and Ergonomics Symposium 2014

The Welding and Ergonomics Symposium 2014 is a joint event of the International Institute of Welding (IIW) C-VIII Health, safety and environment and the Federation of the European Erg

45th Annual Conference of the Association of Canadian Ergonomists (ACE)

Montréal, October 7-9, 2014

Diverse interventions, diverse populations: What are the issues and challenges facing ergonomics?


17th annual Applied Ergonomics Conference

Orlando, March 24-27, 2014

The conference is a great opportunity to connect with other professionals and attend multidisciplinary educational sessions.

AEC2014

European Month of Ergonomics EME 2014-2015 "Ergonomics for manageing work-related stress"

For the two-year period of 2014-2015 the FEES has decided to support the European campaign "Healthy Workplaces Manage Stress", organized by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA). The overall content of the campaign is described as "manageing work-related stress and psychosocial risks". The topic is especially interesting for ergonomists, for whom this is a part of their core expertise area. The FEES is also an official partner of the EU-OSHA.

Application of Ergonomics in developing countries

The Application of Ergonomics in developing countries
Second Ergonomics International conference
28-29 April 2013, El-Aurassi Hotel, Algiers
 
This conference is considered as an extension of the first conference held in 2012, about ergonomics and its role in prevention and development in developing countries. Among its recommendations was continuing to hold conferences on ergonomics due to its importance in serving the national development on the one side and to its importance in developing ergonomics in developing countries on the other side.

Closing event of the EU-OSHA campaign on ‘Working together for risk prevention’

Dr Christa Sedlatschek, Director of EU-OSHA, said: ‘The Healthy Workplaces campaigns have proven once again to be one of the most successful and effective ways of promoting good OSH at a grass-roots level. We are delighted that so many companies and organisations across Europe took part in this risk prevention campaign – they all understand and appreciate the huge contribution that OSH can make to improving working conditions.

Sustaining membership

To support the activities of the Federation of the European Ergonomics Societies it is possible to become a sustaining member of FEES. Sustaining membership is both possible for organisations/companies and individual persons.

Supporting FEES can be divided in two different groups:

NAPO Study resources for teachers

Using the ever-popular Napo character, EU-OSHA, the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, together with the Napo Consortium has devised a series of occupational safety and health (OSH) education toolkits for teachers, aimed at introducing health and safety topics to primary school children in an educational, yet fun and imaginative way using the Napo clips and creative activities.

2013 European Week for Safety and Health at Work

During the European Week for Safety and Health at Work various events are held across Europe including conferences, exhibitions, competitions and training sessions.

2013 European Week for Safety and Health at Work

The aim is to raise awareness of the current Healthy Workplaces Campaign and its theme.

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