Certification of Professional Ergonomists in Europe

European Ergonomist: An international quality label

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Registered Ergonomists

The Centre for Registration of European Ergonomists (CREE) confers the professional title “European Ergonomist” to designate qualified and experienced members of the profession. The quality of their professional practice and their education has been peer-reviewed and they must adhere to a professional Code of Conduct. CREE certified people may use the letters Eur.Erg after their name.

CREE is the only body endorsed by the International Ergonomics Association to certify professional ergonomists in Europe. Applications are welcomed from any qualified ergonomist, provided that he or she works at least some of the time within the member countries of the Council of Europe.

Contact Us

Feel free to contact us with any questions you might have, either directly to the Secretary General
 or to your national societies’ representatives. The contact details can be found here.

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