International Ergonomics Association (IEA)
Association internationale d'ergonomie
Asociación Internacional de Ergonomia
1961-08-20 Stockholm Sweden
Founded during 1st Congress, following recommendations of the British national society and U-XU1724 - European Productivity Agency (EPA) attached to the then 'Organization for European Economic Cooperation (OEEC)', currently C-XC3023 - OECD, preliminary meetings having started in 1957, Leiden (Netherlands). Initially open to individuals, because so few organizations existed in the field; but, from 1976, national federated societies took control. Articles adopted 6 Apr 1959, Oxford (UK) and revised: 1964, Dortmund (Germany FR); 1967, Birmingham (UK); 1976, Maryland NY (USA).
Elaborate and advance ergonomics science and practice.
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