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** New for 2019 ** For the first time, CIEHF will lead the conference with a day of learning and development opportunities through CIEHF-organized CPD Masterclasses.

This will be followed by two days of conference keynotes and a parallel programme of presentations and posters about research, developments and applications from leading professionals working across all sectors. It’s a unique forum for learning and exchange of ideas and information enabling expansion of the discipline on an international stage.

Next year is also the CIEHF’s 70th anniversary of its formation as the Ergonomics Research Society in 1949. CIEHF will celebrate that achievement with a great line up of social events in the evenings, giving you a chance to relax in a truly lovely riverside setting.

Program

The 2019 programme has been organized around the following topics:

  • Rail
  • Aviation
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Automotive
  • Defense and security
  • Manufacturing
  • Technology
  • Safety culture
  • Cognition
  • Tools
  • Methods

Outline

  • Monday 29 April: 6 CPD Masterclasses, Doctoral Consortium and AGM, followed by a 70th-anniversary cocktail and BBQ with a Shakespearean twist!
  • Tuesday 30 April: A full day of keynotes, talks, posters, discussions and workshops, with an exhibition, drinks reception overlooking the river, awards celebration, a celebratory Annual Dinner and anniversary cake.
  • Wednesday 1 May: A second full day of keynotes, talks, posters, discussions and workshops, with an exhibition.

CGE workshop

CGE will be conducting a workshop together with Dr. Amanda C. Elliott from Innovace Designs. The workshop is titled: Using Bowtie Diagrams to Visualize Cause and Effect Relationships.

Meet us at

CGE will also be present at this conference with a booth. Come and find us or schedule a meeting with Paul McCulloch (paul.mcculloch@cgerisk.com or +44 7495152747) who will be present on behalf of CGE. We hope to meet you there.

More information and registration

For more information or to register for this event, please visit the ergonomics event page.