IHFES at ESREL 2022
This year the Irish Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (IHFES) will run their annual event as a session within a big international conference ESREL 2022 (see www.esrel2022.com ) running in TU Dublin and Trinity college this coming 28th of August-1st of September.
If any of you may be interested in participating and submitting a paper or an extended abstract there is a special session on transport also see https://www.esrel2022.com/abstract (deadline is 10th of May don’t worry about the deadline for the abstract submission you can go directly to extended abstract and or paper).
ESREL is the biggest European event in the area or Risk and Reliability Analysis and Safety Management, hopefully this year we will also have the president for the EU osha to join us and many other relevant keynotes and special sessions (even our Health minister). This year the conference will have a special focus on: “Understanding and Managing Risk and Reliability for a Sustainable Future”.
It is the main event organised by the European Safety and Reliability Association (ESRA).
The conference is well established international and even during the pandemic in France in 2021 it was attended by over 600 people 400 of them in presence. We hope that in 2022 the number of attendees in physical presence will be of over 600 or so. We have received over 600. abstracts for it already.
We normally have session on Human Factors and it would be very good if you guys would like to take part in it.
We hope to hear from you soon.
IHFES April 2022 Lunch N Learn webinar
Date – Thursday 28th April at 13:00 – 13:40
Topic – Human Factors in Healthcare Artificial Intelligence
Registration is necessary. Register here
This Lunch n’ Learn will introduce the CIEHF White Paper ‘Human Factors in Healthcare Artificial Intelligence’. The aim of the white paper is to promote systems thinking among those who develop, regulate, procure, and use AI applications, and to raise awareness of the role of people using or affected by AI. The paper will be introduced through a conversation between Dr Marie Ward PhD, Health Systems researcher at St James’s Hospital and Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Centre for Innovative Human Systems at TCD and Dr Donal Sexton MD PhD, Consultant Nephrologist and Kidney Transplant Physician at St James’s Hospital Dublin and Associate Professor at TCD.
You do not need to have any knowledge of AI to attend!
IHFES November Lunch N Learn webinar
Date – Thursday November 26th 13:00 – 13:40
Topic – Remote working: experiences from a fast and forced transition.
Registration is necessary by November 25th. Register here
13.00: Managing remote working in the pandemic: experiences from a HSE training project.
Marian Jennings, Solicitor, TU Dublin School of Business, & Dr Maebh Coleman, e-learning Teaching Fellow, TU Dublin
13.20: Company Approaches To Managing a ‘Working from Home’ Ergonomics Programme.
Muriel Johnson, partner & physiotherapist in ergonomics and occupational health, Occupational Physiotherapy Solutions Ltd
Member only access as of January 2021
Monthly Lunch-N-Learn webinars will be restricted to members of the Society as of January 2021. Not a member? Sign up – Visit here
H – Workload
The 4th International Symposium on Human Mental Workload: Models and Applications (H-WORKLOAD 2020) will be held in Granada, Spain (3-5 December, 2020) at the University of Granada. Further details are here.