The Centre for Registration of European Ergonomists was established in 1994 by the ergonomics societies in Europe that were recognised by the International Ergonomics Association. It confers the professional title “European Ergonomist” to designate qualified and experienced members of the profession. European Ergonomists are to be found in most European countries. The quality of their professional practice and their education has been peer-reviewed and they must adhere to a professional Code of Conduct.

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Feel free to contact us with any questions you might have using our contact form. Or contact your national societies’ representatives¬†here. 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.