Certification of Professional Ergonomists in Europe

European Ergonomist: An international quality label

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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 is the only body endorsed by the International Ergonomics Association to certify professional ergonomists in Europe. Countries that are members of CREE are marked in dark blue on the map below. Countries which are light blue have certified European Ergonomists, although the national society is not a member of CREE. Applications are welcomed from any qualified ergonomist, provided that he or she works within the member countries of the Council of Europe.

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Latest News

CREE Activities at the IEA Congress in Florence 25/09/18 The triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association took place in Florence, Italy, from 27th – 30th August this year. CREE offered... Read more
Memorandum of Understanding with FEES 08/08/18 We are also happy to announce that the President of FEES, Sylvain Leduc, and the President of CREE, Bernard Dugué,... Read more
Promotion of Eur.Erg. certificaiton in Poland and Croatia 08/08/18 The secretary of CREE, David O’Niell, was invited to the International Conference of Ergonomists in Poznan, Poland in May 2018.... Read more