These papers do not cover all the areas of ergonomics practice but they may be helpful for people looking for examples of how a professional ergonomist works to provide solutions for companies wanting to improve the efficiency of their workers without decreasing their safety, health or well-being.
The examples published here were contributed by European Ergonomists and reviewed by representatives from the Centre for Registration of European Ergonomics (CREE) and by the Federation of European Ergonomics Societies (FEES). They may be reprinted provided that the source (CREE) is cited.
If you are a certified ergonomist and wish to make a contribution, please contact a member of the executive board of either CREE for FEES. Contributions are welcome from certified European Ergonomists. No fee is charged