On Monday 10th August there will be a CREE get-together in the evening immediately following the first day of the IEA congress in Melbourne.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before 18th July so that she has some idea of numbers that are likely to attend.
Maggie also prepared a list of institutes in Australia and New Zealand that would be prepared to welcome any visiting Eur.Ergs that are in the area.
Where only 1½ years ago the number of European Registered Ergonomists passed 400, we have reached already the next milestone: more than 450! We are proud that the quantity of professional ergonomics grows so quickly. We also notice that the number of job vacancies in ergonomics and human factors that specifically ask for a Eur.Erg. title is rapidly growing.
The new CREE website was successfully launched on April 1st, 2014. All Eur.Erg.s are invited to check if their information is still actual, and if not to update the information.
The newly developed CREE website was presented in CREE Council in their meeting of 22 November 2013 in Pisa.
CREE assessed 24 new Eur.Erg.s and 25 prolongations in its meeting on May 31-June 1st. Amongst the new registered ergonomists are the first two from Latvia, two from Hungary and three from Poland. Despite the economic crisis, the total number of Eur.Erg.s is increasing, and has now passed four hundred!