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NES Annual General Meeting 2014

NES Annual General Meeting will be held in conjunction with the NES conference 2014
in Copenhagen, Denmark


Time:     Tuesday 19th of August at 16:15 local time
Location:     DGI-Byen’s conference center


Agenda

1.     Election of chair for the meeting, secretary and two minutes-correctors
for annual meeting

2.     Annual meeting competent declaration

3.     Agenda approval

4.     NES Board annual report incl. international contacts and activities, and member
societies’ activities

5.     Financial report from the treasurer

6.     Procedure with surplus / deficit in the financial result

7.     The financial auditors' report

8.     Board’s freedom of liability

9.     The Board's draft budget and work schedule/plan

10.     Decision on annual fee

11.     Other matters

12.     Closing of the NES General Assembly meeting

 

You can find the preliminary conference program here: http://www.odam2014.org/~/media/Sites/ODAM_Organisational_Design_and_Management/Forside/Program/PROGRAM%20ODAM%202014_prel.ashx

 

 

Ergonomics & Human Factors Society Sweden annual meeting

Ergonomics & Human Factors Society Sweden has annual meeting on Monday,
April 7 at. 12:15 to 13:30 at Borås University College.
The meeting will be held in Swedish. Agenda, annual report and
financial statements are available on EHSS website.

 

Applied Ergonomics Conference 2014

Applied Ergonomics Conference 2014

Tid:            24 – 27 mars
Plats:         Orlando, Florida
Info:           http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHIDgqQCY4Y

NES är Alliance Partner med Applied Ergonomics Conference.

Connect with attendees from around the world to share best practices in ergonomics, healthcare, safety, human resources and risk management. The Applied Ergonomics Conference (AEC) is focused on practical applications of ergonomics in a variety of work settings with real-world examples from companies that have implemented programs ensuring safe performance. Understand which of these programs provide a significant return on your ergonomics investment and learn how to apply these practices at your company.

 

A new standardization on the Human-Centred Organisation

A new standardization work with the aim to produce an international standard on the Human-Centred Organisation is in progress. The standard will explain to executive board members the values and beliefs that make an organisation human-centred, the significant business benefits and what policies they need to put in place to achieve this.

The IEA (International Ergonomics Association) wants to highlight and communicate the development of this International Standard as a good example of an effort to implement the IEA strategy for the future of Human Factors/Ergonomics.

Enclosed is an article written by the Project Editors for the new standard, Tomas Berns at Ergolab AB and System Concepts' founder Tom Stewart.

Christina Jonsson, NES President

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NES President
Christina Jonsson, EHSS
christina.jonsson63@gmail.com

Treasurer
Hanna Skoog Rowa, EHSS,
hanna.skoogehss@gmail.com



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