Delighted to be invited to present a keynote address at this year’s virtual conference: http://ahfe2020.org/keynote.html Human Systems Integration in Changing Times: Homo Sedens re-visited.

Hugely successful virtual conference 28-29 April 2020 with excellent materials and high attendance. Stepped down from my role as President into my new role as Past President, welcoming Amanda Widdowson, our new President 20-21.

Recently interviewed by ‘I-News’ to give guidance on setting up your home workstation. This was closely followed by a Skype interview with Arij Liman of the China Global Television Network on the same topic. We live in interesting times! https://inews.co.uk/news/health/coronavirus-working-from-home-office-ergonomics-2494289

The Institute looks forward to hosting its flagship event of the year with a great programme including out expert panel session of Office Ergonomics: Michelle M. Robertson, PhD, CPE Executive Director Office Ergonomics Research Committee USA: New Ways of Working …

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Watch out for this month’s edition of ‘The Ergonomist’ with many great articles and features and my own thoughts on the future of work. Available from the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors via their website: https://www.ergonomics.org.uk/Public/About_Us/Contact_Us.aspx

Looking forward to my trip to Seattle later this month to receive the EPY from the Foundation for Professional Ergonomics.

I’m delighted to be going to Seattle at the end of October to receive the Ergonomics Practitioner of the Year award from the Foundation for Professional Ergonomics!

Now in production – to appear in the next few months! Go to: https://www.routledge.com/A-Guide-to-Active-Working-in-the-Modern-Office-Homo-Sedens-in-the-21st/Bridger/p/book/9780367002282

Starting my year as CIEHF President. Hoping to grow our membership, deliver better value to members and create new member grades.

This month I’m starting a new project with our NHS – investigating safety occurrences. Great to see that the NHS recognises the importance of HF in making patient care safer.