For the parallel sessions we welcome and encourage colleagues to submit full text papers and abtracts. More info on authors' instructions. Abstract submission deadline is April 15th A poster session will also be available.
For the parallel sessions we welcome and encourage colleagues to submit full text papers and abtracts. More info on authors' instructions.
Abstract submission deadline is April 15th
A poster session will also be available.
NES 2010 will focus on proactive use of ergonomics in:
- Design of school buildings
- Universal Design
- Safety management - preventing accidents and disaster scenarios
There will be key note speakers and work shops covering the themes above.
In addition there will be several parallel sessions covering numerous different fields within the scientific and professional discipline of ergonomics.
Topics for the parallel and poster sessions may include (but not be limited to):
Agriculture, fishing, forestry and other primary industries
Building and construction
Changes in Working Life
Computer work and muscular pain
Digital human modelling tools
Education, training and learning
Economical aspects of ergonomics
Ergonomics and work conditions in small and medium size enterprises.
Ergonomics in transportation
Ergonomics in the petroleum industry
Ergonomics/Human F. in the maritime sector
Ergonomics in the cleaning industry
Ergonomics in design
Family and working life
Gender and age aspects of work
Information technology, work and health
Integration of ergonomics in management
Musculoskeletal health and work
New kinds of work organization
Noise and productivity
Occupational Health promotion and prevention
Organisational aspects; Project Management
Product and system design
Psychosocial work environment
Rationalisation and ergonomics
Reduction of sick leave
Safety culture offshore
Safety and human resources
Safety and accident prevention
Telecommuting and home offices
Theoretical developments in Ergonomics
The role of the consultant
User centred design
Work in the future and new technologies
Work strain, ability in manual labour