The role of ergonomics in business resilience

ISE magazine: Businesses need a strategy for resilience in an era of disruptions, and workplace ergonomics can help plan for such risks.

AEC Free Webinar Series

The Applied Ergonomics Conference Committee hosts a series of free webinars to showcase the valuable content at AEC. Check out the upcoming schedule and past recordings.


About AES

AES, the Applied Ergonomics Society, 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. AES supports the Annual Applied Ergonomics Conference, a conference where attendees gather from around the world to share best practices with other professionals in ergonomics, healthcare, safety, human resources and risk management.

To provide knowledge, training, and networking opportunities to enhance the skills and effectiveness of the ergonomics professional.

To be the first choice for individuals who seek information to advance, promote and unite the ergonomics profession globally and one of the leading professional ergonomics organizations in the world. AES is a society within IISE, an international, nonprofit association that provides leadership for the application, education, training, research, and development of industrial engineers, human factors/ergonomics professionals, healthcare providers and related professions.

Meet the Board 2023-24

IISE Collaboration between the Applied Ergonomics Society and the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 

Collaboration offers access to wider knowledge base and improved information transfer

Atlanta, GA – March 15, 2022 – The Applied Ergonomics Society (AES) has signed a collaboration memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES), creating a formal working relationship between the two organizations. The agreement will allow members from both societies, representing the spectrum of human factors and ergonomics (HF/E) professionals, to connect via networking opportunities and formally open lines of communications between each organization’s members that could spur identification of knowledge voids and improve translation and adoption of new knowledge.

Both organizations share common goals to advance HF/E knowledge, expand the reach and awareness of the HF/E discipline, and ultimately improve human-systems interactions. HFES members, which include students, researchers and industry practitioners, will be able to further engage with AES’ members, who use their expertise to apply research findings for successful implementation within workplace settings.

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