The establishing of the IEA was gone before by talks made at a few gatherings and activities with respect to different people. The Ergonomics Research Society (ERS) established in England in 1949 held different occasions that impacted the establishing of the IEA. The European Productivity Agency (EPA) established in 1953 started an undertaking entitled "Fitting the Task to the Worker" drew consideration of individuals who later assumed key parts in establishing the IEA. Various occasions synchronized the exchange and level headed discussion all the while.
A choice to investigate the plausibility of a worldwide affiliation was made at an EPA course held in Leyden, Holland, 1957. In 1959, the directing (preliminary) advisory group without bounds International Ergonomics Association (IEA), which was held in conjunction with the ERS symposium, settled on the establishing of the IEA. In 1961, the initially meeting of IEA's General Assembly was held in Stockholm, Sweden. This meeting formally finished the preliminary period of the affiliation and began the consistent exercises of the IEA. In 1976, the IEA turned into the relationship of unified social orders around the world. It finished the period when the IEA was a general public of people. In 2011, the IEA turned into a worldwide not-revenue driven association in Zürich (Switzerland) according to article 60 ET seq of the Swiss Civil Code under the official name "The International Ergonomics Association." The IEA is an enlisted "Not For Profit Association" at the business register in the Canton of Zürich. Ergonomics (or human variables) is the logical control worried with the comprehension of collaborations among people and different components of a framework, and the calling that applies hypothesis, standards, information and strategies to outline keeping in mind the end goal to enhance human prosperity and general framework execution.Read More»
The following is the list of scholars from International Ergonomics Association who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences