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Since 1897, CNA has been providing outstanding service and an ongoing commitment to building long-term relationships, earning us a reputation for being a carrier that inspires trust. At CNA, we take pride in our ability to offer innovative products and services that meet the evolving needs of our customers and business partners alike.
As the seventh largest U.S. commercial insurer and the 13th largest U.S. property & casualty insurer, we provide insurance protection to more than one million businesses and professionals in the U.S. and internationally. We understand the importance of being where our customers are. Headquartered in Chicago, CNA has offices throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe. In these locations, we work with highly professional independent agents and brokers to ensure our customers receive the personal service and attention they look for in a carrier.
The Ergonomics Center of North Carolina is a membership-based organization housed in the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University. The center provides ergonomics consulting, training programs and research for corporations, facilities and individuals to support and enhance a company's ergonomics efforts.
GE is a diversified global infrastructure, finance and media company that is built to meet essential world needs. From energy, water, transportation and health, to access to money and information, GE serves customers in more than 100 countries and employs more than 300,000 people worldwide.
GOErgo®, the Global Association of Ergonomics, is a worldwide resource for the ergonomics profession dedicated solely to the support of the profession and individuals involved with improving workplace performance, quality, sustainability and employee availability.
For over 30 years, global companies have relied on Humantech for workplace improvements. By combining the science of ergonomics and our unique 30-Inch View® — where people, work, and environment intersect — we deliver practical solutions that impact safety, quality, and productivity. At Humantech, we believe people make productivity happen.
Since 1912, Liberty Mutual has provided broad, useful and competitively priced insurance products and services to meet the ever-changing needs of its customers.
Today, with revenue exceeding $31 billion and operations in 24 countries, Liberty Mutual is known worldwide for its in-depth expertise, financial strength and dedication to acting responsibly. Now ranked 71 on the Fortune 500 list of largest U.S. corporations, and the fifth-largest property and casualty insurance company in the United States, Liberty Mutual has earned A.M. Best Co. 'A' (Excellent) rating.
Educating the nation's best and brightest for over 75 years, the Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at NC State University is dedicated to the multidisciplinary excellence industry and academia demand, has a history of outstanding alumni and faculty and is engaged in research of global importance.
Wellnomics Ltd provides organizations with scalable software solutions to streamline their office ergonomics programme. Solutions include web based workstation assessment, ergonomics training, plus WorkPace breaks and exercises software. Enabling organizations to; identify workplace risk, automate and manage injury prevention programs, create highly effective strategies that lead to risk reduction.
Since 1911, the American Society of Safety Engineers has helped safety professionals expand their network, access safety best practices and solutions, and grow their careers. ASSE represents more than 36,000 individual members, 150 chapters, 28 sections and 58 student sections dedicated to safety practice specialties and common interests including ergonomics, manufacturing, management and more.
Established in 1990 as an independent nonprofit organization, the BCPE is the certifying body for individuals whose education and experience indicate broad expertise in the practice of human factors/ergonomics. To date, more than 1,500 professionals have successfully met BCPE’s certification criteria and been awarded one of the following distinguished credentials: Certified Professional Ergonomist (CPE), Certified Human Factors Professional (CHFP), Certified User Experience Professional (CUXP), Associate Ergonomics Professional (AEP), Associate Human Factors Professional (AHFP), Associate User Experience Professional (AUXP) or Certified Ergonomics Associate (CEA).
INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE NEWS is a leading industry magazine that is free to qualified safety professionals which features products and services that help keep employees safe and their organization OSHA compliant. IHN informs and educates occupational safety and health professionals dealing with workplace safety issues.
Ergonomic job analysis and design software developed by the University of Michigan Center for Ergonomics will be explained and demonstrated. Information will be available about continuing education and academic training opportunities in ergonomics and other occupational health and safety sciences.
International Alliance Partners
The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health and Ergonomics (ACPOHE) is a professional network of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. The group was founded in
1947, and registered members of ACPOHE are physiotherapists who have
demonstrated specialist competency in the fields of occupational health or
Our members work to improve
the health and well-being of workers so that they can do their jobs
efficiently and effectively. We improve work design through ergonomics to make
work tasks comfortable and safe. ACPOHE members work in diverse settings, including manufacturing, NHS, service industries, offices, retail, healthcare, ergonomics consultancies, public sector and private practice.
They improve the safety, comfort and performance of the working population to
reduce accidents and sickness absence, improve productivity and performance, providing significant benefits to both employers and employees.
Brazilian Association of Consulting Companies in Health and Safety at Work - ABRESST is a civil, professional and nonprofitable
organization, founded on December 11, 1998, with the objective of gathering and
representing companies that provide services in the area of Health and Safety
consulting companies in the areas of Health and Safety at work and shows to
society the effort that our associates have done to improve the quality of life
of Brazilian workers.
Gathering all the
businesses area in health and safety at work and creating standards and methods
of qualification of the services category, ABRESST legally defends the
interests of its members, representing them with great commitment and
dedication, in order to strength our business activities.
Covering the whole national
territory, ABRESST won the confidence of companies in the sector through their
work, promoting lectures and conferences, editing informational and technical
publications, creating partnerships and seeking solutions to the problems that
affect the category.
Established in 1994, the British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF) is the UK’s leading trade body for the safety industry. The Federation
represents manufacturers and distributors of safety, health and environmental
products; training companies; safety and environmental consultancies; together
with accreditation and inspection houses, publishers and risk management
consultancies. It is a Health and Safety Executive-recognised competent authority
and the lead trade body for the PPE Regulations, as designated by the UK
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.
As a membership
organisation, the Federation is clearly focused to bring benefits to its
members, something which its core values and mission statement reflect. Its
core values – influential, knowledgeable, beneficial and supportive – drive the
BSIF's everyday aims, to support and represent suppliers of safety products and
services across all aspects of safety legislation, standards making and major
occupational safety issues. Its mission statement – to continue to improve
occupational safety, protect and develop the safety and environment protection
markets and generate benefits for its members – will continue to drive the
Federation over the next years. The BSIF will carry on working with its members
and other relevant bodies to help ensure the industry is 'working together in
The Croatian Ergonomics Society was established 39 years ago,
on 20th May 1974. Over this period the Society mission was to disseminate and
exchange ergonomics advances on theoretical, generic and applied areas of
ergonomics. The Croatian Ergonomics Society is interconnected with societies,
partners and organizations in the field of ergonomics worldwide to sustain
scientific and professional level, as well as to promote the implementation of
the ergonomics contributions overall.
Czech Ergonomics Society (CES) is a voluntary
and independent professional association of individuals, whose mission is to
promote the development of ergonomics and its application in practice. It
brings together experts in developing and implementing ergonomics in various
areas of life and work, to contribute to the humanization of human activity and
optimize the relationship between a person's ability and the conditions for its
activities and cooperate with other organizations that have a similar focus
CES is a member of
the International Ergonomic Association (International Ergonomics Association -
IEA) and also is a member of the Federation of the European Ergonomic Societies
(Federation of European Ergonomics Societies - FEES) CES brings together
experts from all disciplines studying the relationship man - working conditions
- environment (eg. work physiology, work occupational medicine, design,
rehabilitation medicine and others) cooperates with other professional
societies or organizations (eg. Czech Medical Society JEP, Czech Committee for
Scientific Management, Safety Research Institute, PRI) in order to optimize the
interactions between the components of the studied complex CES organizes
professional events, scientific conferences, lectures, consulting and
participates in teaching in the field of ergonomics.
The Ergo Center of Brazil focuses
on health promotion and ergonomic work analysis. The company's vision is to be the regional excellence reference in the
development of ergonomic work environments by using technology, quality, and
the combination of human and physical factors.
Our mission is to provide work environments that have a positive influence on employees'
motivation, satisfaction and performance through creative working methods and
health and safety guidelines thus ensuring the healthy growth of the
We help companies to comply with the Brazilian Regulations on Ergonomics (NR-17) and other key factors like prevention of musculoskeletal disorders and work injuries; improvement of safety, health, quality, and productivity; and management of absenteeism.
FEES is the
Federation of the European Ergonomics Societies. Its mission is to enhance the
recognition of ergonomics contributing to economic development, to quality of
life, to health and safety at work, and to social progress in European
FEES has initiated
various activities, such as:
- Establishing a European Task Force (EUTF), to
promote ergonomics/human factors at the EU-organization and its related
- The dissemination of information about various
facilities by the European Union for the FEES-members.
- The preparation of this website, which is managed
by a special working group, to facilitate cooperation and information-exchange
between members and to communicate externally.
- The organization of FEES-sessions on actual European
topics at the annual national conferences in the various countries.
- Promoting European wide activities related with
education, certification and accreditation in cooperation with the Centre for
Registration of European Ergonomists (CREE).
- The preparation and
publication of promotional material, via the Communication and Promotion
The Hong Kong Ergonomics Society (HKES) was established
in 2001. The HKES is set out to advance the science of Ergonomics
- Stimulating ergonomics research and its
application in Hong Kong;
- Promoting ergonomics education through seminars
and workshops and;
- Representing the professional interests of its
The IEDUV -
Master’s Degree in Management Courses and an evolution of Crefit which was
created in 2001 in order to provide services within the area of physiotherapy,
particularly of Physiotherapy Labor. Realizing a need for vertical growth
within the education in science and technology, the added IEDUV professionals
from other fields of knowledge to prospect an innovation of the
teaching-learning process, providing a concrete professional growth coupled
with a concern with the development of building of our country. With
technological innovation to classroom teaching and distance, combined with a
faculty comprised of teachers, doctors and committed to learning and solving
the problems and anxieties of the students for the pursuit of differential
labor market experts.
MISSION: Taking the differentiated and updated technical and scientific
knowledge to society, always encouraging ethical principles, technological
processes and scientific developments of our country and the world. With these
precepts, we seek to create, enhance and specialize professionals in all areas
of knowledge with critical and differentiated vision to conquer the job market,
to corroborate with the vertical growth of the whole society and our country.
VISION:To be a reference in
teaching and service within ethical principles and advanced technology of our
country and the world.
Indonesian Ergonomics Society/Perhimpunan Ergonomi Indonesia (PEI) aims to develop and apply the Ergonomics approaches to several
activities in technology, industry and other related activities that require
Ergonomics intervention. More specifically, its goal is to achieve the harmony
of interaction between people, tools and the environments, as well as to
maintain the balance of use of fiscal, social and psychological issues for the
improvement of quality of work life. Professionally, PEI serves as a community
to gather and organize all academics, practitioners and groups of interest on
Ergonomics in applying any kinds of Ergonomics methods.
Latvian Ergonomics Society (LES) promotes ergonomics
scientific and practical development as well as understanding among society
about ergonomics essence in human life and work quality. LES promotes science
based practical and businesslike research projects in ergonomics and joined
fields (in workload ergonomics, cognitive ergonomics, organizations and design
ergonomics) in Latvia.
||The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of the Philippines is an
organization dedicated to promote the professional practice of human factors and
ergonomics in the Philippines. The organization’s mission is to encourage
education and training in the field of ergonomics and to promote cooperation
among organizations with interest in ergonomics and human factors.
Polish Ergonomics Society was founded on May 16, 1977, as an initiative of 214 charter members specializing in various fields of knowledge. It currently consists of 14 field branches, and is a member of IAE.
PES is an interdisciplinary scientific society
working for the development and popularization of ergonomics in Poland. It is
the most recognized ergonomics organization in Poland.
The goals of PES include, above all:
- Inspiring and supporting
scientific, inventive and implementation works etc. in the field of
- Helping to implement
science of ergonomics into everyday economic and social life practice
- Inspiring and supporting
education in the field of Ergonomics
- Popularizing ergonomics
awareness and knowledge in the society
- Cooperating with foreign
and international organizations aiming at bilateral experience exchange and
presentation of Polish ergonomics achievements abroad
- Organizing scientific
sessions, conferences, symposia, seminars
- Initiating press
publications, radio and TV coverage for ergonomics issues
- Integration of PES
- Closer cooperation of
PES with foreign institutions
- Evaluation of everyday
use products by PES
- Establishment of
Ergonomics as scientific discipline
- Establishment of
Ergonomics as an academic faculty
- Certification of Euro
The Portuguese Ergonomics Association (APERGO) mission is to
promote the practice and research of ergonomics and to foster member's professional
growth. It was established in 1992 and has 67 members. It argues for the use of
ergonomics in order to design usable and efficient products and interactive
systems, to ensure occupational safety and health and to optimize overall
system reliability and performance.
The Portuguese Society of Occupational Safety and Hygiene (SPOSHO),
is a nonprofit association created in 2004. It's main objectives:
- To promote a forum for discussion of different domains
of Occupational Safety and Hygiene;
- To provide the means for the development of
educational and information campaigns;
- To constitute a space of defence of common interests
of practitioners, who carry out their professional activity in this area,
supporting initiatives that, at national and international level, defend those
- To establish relations with similar scientific
societies, both at national and international level.
The SPOSHO is
headquartered in the pole of Guimarães of the University of Minho, Portugal,
and currently has about 350 members, mostly individual members.
It integrates the European
Network of Safety and Health Professional Organisations (ENSHPO, www.enshpo.eu) together with related
organisations from 20 European countries.
UNIDEMI is a Portuguese research center hosted by the Department of
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering of Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da
Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Its stated mission is to contribute to the
advancement of science and technology in mechanical and industrial engineering
and management, contributing to generate added-value in the Portuguese industry
and to promote in society the awareness of the role and importance of
technological competitiveness and productivity.
UNIDEMI´s goal is to
lead innovative research to optimize business processes – integrating
engineering and management processes in:
- Product and process development processes - from
concept to launch;
- Fulfillment processes - from orders, through all
operational steps, to delivery;
- Customer support processes, over the life cycle
of products and services.
UNIDEMI’s scope is the
holistic development of products and processes. Its approach is oriented toward
the whole product or process life cycle — product definition, design,
development, production, supply chain design, distribution, operation, and
disposal (including recycling and dismantling) — and the improvement of the
corresponding management and control processes.
The Inter-Regional (Russian) Ergonomics Association (IREA) is a
nonprofit public organization established in 1986 and targeted at facilitation
of communication and collaboration between all specialists in ergonomics and
human factors working in different regions of Russia.
Established in 1983, the Ergonomics Society of South Africa (ESSA) is a federated member of the International Ergonomics Association
(IEA). As a society, ESSA, aims to
promote an awareness of ergonomics in South Africa focusing on the health,
safety and productivity benefits that can be derived from the implementation of
sound ergonomics principles.
The Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Institute conducts
quality applied research and provides evidence-based information to Ministry of
Manpower Singapore, WSH Council Singapore and key stakeholders, contributing to
the formulation and review of national WSH policies and strategies, adoption of
better WSH practices for businesses and raising capabilities of WSH
professionals, business leaders and organizations. WSH Institute also
anticipates new and emerging trends and risks, and provides an assessment of
WSH outlook in Singapore through intelligence sensing and data analysis.