There will be a series of lectures, presentations, posters, workshops, debates and discussions, together with social events throughout the conference. Choose from over 90 sessions covering fundamental ideas and research, case studies, and emerging trends in the use of ergonomics and human factors to maximise performance and wellbeing.
The papers are now in and a draft programme has been put together. See the draft programme now – updated 17 February.
The principal goals are to present the latest research, practice and ideas in ergonomics and human factors and to provide a forum for delegates to network and create business and personal contacts.
When delegates leave the conference, they will have a wide understanding of how ergonomics and human factors research and practice can help to improve user experience, business efficiency, and safety, comfort and wellbeing of workers.
Anyone responsible for the health and wellbeing of workers. Anyone involved in the ergonomic design of equipment, tools and working enviroments. Those carrying out research into interactions between people, places and the things they use.
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