PSHFES is a non-profit organization associated with the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society and serves the needs of Puget Sound business and human factors and ergonomics practitioners. All funding for our chapter is generated via the chapter's membership dues and activities.
................OCTOBER IS NATIONAL ERGONOMICS MONTH.........................
We're Looking for New TalentThe PSHFES Council has openings for the following positions:
Welcome Back... Zachary Collins as Co- Programs Chair
Welcome -Nicole Irby as Co -Programs Chair
Contact Janet DeLapp for more information.
Cost CalculatorOrganizations frequently cite the perceived cost of ergonomics programs and solutions as a barrier to implementation.
We have developed a cost-benefit calculator that PSHFES is proud to offer for free download.
Ergonomist of 2016
Gary Davis was honored with the 13th Annual PSHFES Ergonomics Professional of the Year Award.
Congratulation's Gary and thank you for all your contributions to the HFES community.
2015 Ring of Honor
Barbara Silverstein was honored with the Inagural PSHFES Ring of Honor Award for her lifetime of dedication to the Ergonomics Field.
I want to thank everyone, especially Miriam Joffee and her committee for a job well done at the 2016 Symposium. The "Ted-Talk" format worked well and provided attendees with lots of information. John Nance, our Keynote speaker, set the day off to a great start. Thank you John!
Ram Maikala, our incoming 2017 President, recently attended the National HFES Annual meeting. We will discuss what HFES is focused on at our December Meeting/Social (TBA). There are some exciting things to share.
In the meantime, watch for a few more PSHFES events to round out the year.
Janet DeLapp, President