The ISE mailbag contains compliments for the March issue and sharing via IISE Connect. IISE CEO Don Greene talks about the Applied Ergonomics Conference (AEC) experience and a major announcement for ergonomists in his IISE Connect blog “A New IISE Society is Born.” Another major conference is in full swing this month. Make sure to “go social” with #IISEAnnual2018 and share your excitement and intel about the IISE Annual Conference and Expo May 19-22 in Orlando, Florida.  

IISE Connect

Don GreeneDon Greene, IISE
Blog: A New IISE Society is Born

It hasn't happened in 30 years. During the recent 2018 Applied Ergonomics Conference (AEC) in Atlanta, the attendees heard a rare and important announcement. A new IISE society was launched and its proud name is – drum roll, please – the Applied Ergonomics Society (AES). Here is the emblem that our in-house designer Kelli Huffman created for the new society to give it distinction and pizazz; its brand. On March 27, hundreds of participants attending the keynote presentation by David Cochran, ...

Amanda-Mewborn100x100Amanda Mewborn, Piedmont Healthcare
IISE Senior VP - Technical Operations, Board of Trustees
RE: IISE Announces New Applied Ergonomics Society

For the first time in 30 years, IISE has added a new Society. The Applied Ergonomics Society was launched this morning at IISE's Annual Applied Ergonomics Conference. Yesterday, I had the great pleasure of attending the first board meeting for this new society, and it was ENERGIZING! This group is dynamic, fun, and doing a lot of incredible work. Here's a photo of the group:


Tim-McGlothlin125x125Tim McGlothlin, The Ergonomics Center of NC
IISE President, Board of Trustees
RE: IISE Announces New Applied Ergonomics Society

Definitely an exciting event here at the Applied Ergonomics Conference in Atlanta. And this new society has a super group of individuals in the leadership positions to move the society forward!

Michael Graham, IISE, on behalf of UL
IISE partners with UL PureSafety training for online on-demand courses for IISE members.
Blog: Drowsy Drivers Put Themselves and Others at Risk

We've all been there. You're driving alone, maybe at night, and your eyelids start to feel droopy. It's almost impossible to keep focus when that feeling hits. It's very common – and it's extremely dangerous. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety notes that more than a ...

Rae Mills, Industrial Engineering Co-op
Norton Healthcare, Louisville, KY
RE: IEs & SEs in Healthcare

Hi all!
I am in the process of getting my BS in Industrial Engineering and I am also doing an internship at Norton Healthcare in Louisville, KY with the Clinical Effectiveness team! I have loved applying engineering into healthcare so far and I think it's an incredible field to get into. I was also concerned after graduation that I wouldn't be able to find another engineering healthcare job …