Human Factors and Ergonomics Society

PO Box 1369
Santa Monica, CA 90406

About Human Factors and Ergonomics Society

The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society is the world’s largest scientific association for human factors/ergonomics professionals, with more than 4,500 members globally. HFES members include psychologists and other scientists, designers, and engineers, all of whom have a common interest in designing systems and equipment to be safe and effective for the people who operate and maintain them. “Human Factors and Ergonomics: People-Friendly Design Through Science and Engineering.”

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By Human Factors and Ergonomics Society

HFES journals, books, and standards offer a wealth of research and applied articles to help OHS professionals improve workplaces of all kinds. Read more »

By Human Factors and Ergonomics Society

This American National Standard provides recommendations for setting up healthy computer workstations, including guidelines on postures, seats and other furniture, illumination, input devices, and visual displays. 108 pages, 38 figures, 5 tables, 8.5 x 11", PDF on CD-ROM & paperback Read more »

By Human Factors and Ergonomics Society

Guidelines for Using Anthropometric Data in Product Design provides a path for the most efficient design of furniture, clothing, tools, or anything that must be used safely, comfortably, and efficiently by taking into account the dimensions of the human body. Basic and advanced methodologies to... Read more »