Ergonomics and Human Factors 2016 will feature over 80 presentations and workshops from leading ergonomists and human factors specialists across a wide variety of sectors including Aviation, Healthcare, Rail, Design, Safety, Occupational Health and Systems.
The Keynote speaker is Professor the Lord Darzi of Denham, from the Institute of Global Health Innovation, Imperial College London who will be talking about Innovation in Healthcare Design and Human Factors.
There will also be plenary sessions from:
Nancy Leveson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Elizabeth Churchill, UX Director at Google
Cheryl Mackenzie, United States Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board
Steve Shorrock, Eurocontrol and Claire Williams, Human Applications
New pricing scheme
Places are available at the conference from as little as £95 per day and £399.50 for all 3 days plus accommodation and all meals, in order to make the event as accessible as possible.
Listening to presentations, taking part in workshops and reading papers in the proceedings can all be listed as individual CPD records. Amassing CPD can help you to gain your status as a Chartered Ergonomist and Human Factors Specialist (C.ErgHF).
Why attend? A small selection of comments about the 2015 event
“The conference is invaluable for anyone involved within ergonomics and human factors. It provides a wealth of resource and information in many different areas. It is one of the best events I have ever been to.”
SM, PA Consulting
“An excellent and unique opportunity to network with others in the Ergonomics world, from students and new graduates up to Human Factors experts.”
BH Atkins Global
“Quality conference, variety and important insights to be made from presenters and great atmosphere.”