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Call for NES Annual General Meeting 2015

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Call for NES Annual General Meeting 2015


Place: NES 2015 Conference in Lillehammer, Norway
Date: Tuesday, November 3
Time: 17:30

On the agenda:

• The board’s annual reports and the financial report from the treasurer

• The board's proposed budget and business plan

• Amendments of § 2 of the statutes

§ 2.​The constitution of the society

The organization is a mutual ground for the Nordic ergonomics and human factors societies. Presently, in the society the member organizations are:

Ergonomi & Human Factors Sällskapet Sverige/EHSS (Sweden)

Norsk forening for ergonomi og human factors/NEHF (Norway)

Selskab for Arbejdsmiljö/SAM IDA Arbejdsmiljø (Denmark)

Suomen Ergonomiayhdistys/Finska Ergonomiföreningen/ERY (Finland)

Vinnuvistfræðifélag Íslands/VINNÍS (Iceland)

• Election of president, treasurer and auditor

IDA Arbejdsmiljø, Denmark, has the presidency for NES 2016 - 2018


We are happy to announce that we have received more than 70 proposals for oral/poster presentations.
Many thanks to all authors who have submitted their abstracts!




Preliminary program here

Registration page


NES activity report and financial summary

NES reports:





IEA 2015 - Save the date for the world's leading ergonomics congress

The 19th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association
(IEA 2015) will be held from 9 - 14 August 2015 at the Melbourne
Convention & Exhibition Centre, Australia.

IEA 2015 is the premier global ergonomics and human factors event for
anyone who is interested in the design and evaluation of tasks, jobs, products,
environments and systems in order to make them compatible with the needs,
abilities and limitations of people.

Jointly organised by the

Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia (HFESA)

and the
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of New Zealand (HFESNZ),
the congress will centre on the theme “Reaching Out”, signifying continuous
efforts to bring ergonomics and human factors issues to the forefront of
policy makers, major enterprise leaders, communities, vulnerable workforces,
school children, and the general public.

Save the date! Visit our
website for more details.

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NES contacts

NES President
Christina Jonsson, EHSS

Hanna Skoog Rowa, EHSS,

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