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There are several Human Factors organizations.
HFC are affiliated to HFES - The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
- IEA - The International Ergonomics Association is the federation of ergonomics and human factors societies around the world. See http://www.iea.cc/, they are represented in Norway.
- HFES - The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society is a multidisiplinary professional association of more than 4500 persons in the United States and throughout the world. Its members include psycologists, engineers, designers and scientists, all of whom have a common interest in designing systems and equipment to be safe and effective for the people who operate and maintain them. See http://www.hfes.org. HFES is a member of IEA.
- HFES - Europe Chapter. The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Europe Chapter, is organized to serve the needs of the human factors profession in Europe. Its purpose is to promote and advance through the interchange of knowledge and methodology in the bahavioural, biological, and physical sciences, the understanding of the human factors involved in, and the application of that understanding to the design, acquisition, and use of hardware, software, and personnel aspects of tools, devices, machines, equipment, computers, vehicles, systems, and artificial environments of all kinds. The Chapter is an affiliate of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Inc. See http://www.conference.hfes-europe.org/.
Det svenska Human Factors Network, medlemmer av HFC kan delta kostnadsfritt på kurs, seminar og møter. (User: hfn, Password: human).
The Energy Institute has developed the "Human and Organisational Factors (HOF)" briefing notes primarily for the petroleum and allied industries, although they are of general relevance and interest - see http://www.energyinst.org.uk/humanfactors/bn. Each two- to three-page leaflet: commences with a definition; provides case studies, checklists and references; and explores solutions to address the issue. Of particular interest to supervisors and managers of major hazard installations, they provide a first step in raising awareness and guiding users to further information.
Bad ergonomics = Key books/references: