Hazards Forum Newsletter No 64 – Autumn 2009 WV 4 HOW ERGONOMICS IMPROVES PATIENT SAFETY A diverse audience from across the high One of the challenges in any complex hazard industries attended an evening system is the need to address the issue of event jointly hosted by Hazards Forum human error.
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10 The Name Says it All – What Should We Now Call the Ergonomics Society? IIG Secretary Graham Barber, firstname.lastname@example.org The IIG is currently working on two key cross-disciplinary areas: The Name Says It All – What Should We Now Call the Ergonomics Society?
78 – Spring 2013 Contents 2 Risk Communication – The Future 11 Ergonomics and Engineers 13 Extreme Space Weather: Impacts on Engineered Systems and Infrastructure 14 From the Secretary….
VIEWPOINT A Comment on ‘The Blame Culture – Does it Hinder Industrial Safety?’ Reg Sell Ergonomics Society I would like to comment on the article by John Bond in the Autumn 2005 Newsletter, particularly from an ergonomics point of view.
President of the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (CIEHF), Michael Wright began his presentation and his interests include culture and drawing a distinction between occupational decision-making…
Date Event Venue Contact/further information 2009 Ergonomics; The Design Museum, Organised by The DECEMBER Real Design – an Exhibition 28 Shad Thames, Ergonomics Society up to March 14 London, SE1 2YD Hazards Forum AGM .