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North Texas Chapter Human Factors and
Ergonomics Society
Links Related to Human Factors and Ergonomics
Chapter contact:

Paul Schwab
Texas Instruments
POBox 65311, M/S3734
Dallas TX 75365
Phone: (972) 927-3115
contact by email:
p-schwab [at] ti [dot] com
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) www.hfes.org

BCPE (Board of Certification in Professional Ergonomics)
www.bcpe.org

OSHA, Occupational Safety and Health Administration home
page.
www.osha.gov

OSHA's Ergonomics website.
www.osha.gov/SLTC/ergonomics

NIOSH, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.
www.cdc.gov/niosh/homepage.html

ASSE (American Society of Safety Engineers)
www.asse.org

American Industrial Hygiene Association
www.aiha.org

Cornell University Ergonomics Website. Extensive site full of
interesting documents, research papers, guidelines, and links.
http://
ergo.human.cornell.edu

Defense Technical Information Service
www.dtic.mil/

NASA Man-Systems Integration Standard 3000 Online
www.msis.jsc.nasa.gov

Industrial Design Society of America
www.idsa.org

IDSA North Texas Chapter
www.idsatexas.org

MIL-STD 1472G
This standard establishes general human engineering criteria
for design and development of military systems, equipment
and facilities. Its purpose is to present human engineering
design criteria, principles and practices to be applied in the
design of systems, equipments and facilities so as to achieve
required performance by personnel; minimize skill, personnel
requirements and training time; achieve required reliability of
personnel-equipment combinations; and foster design
standardization within and among systems.
http://assistdocs.com/search/document_details.cfm?ident_number=
36903&StartRow=1&PaginatorPageNumber=
1&doc%5Fnumber=1472&status%5Fall=
ON&search%5Fmethod=BASIC

Anthrotech, Inc. A leading source of anthropometry-related
information and services. Formerly the Anthropology Research
Project.
www.anthrotech.net

This is a general reference ergonomics web site, but must
have a subscription to use all of the tools.
www.ergoweb.com

Beyond the Office Door -- Ergonomics Tips is a web page
summarizing basic ergonomics issues and which also
provides a variety of links to sources that explain these issues
in greater depth.
 https://www.btod.com/blog/2015/02/11/how-to-set-up-an-
ergonomically-correct-office-space-work-will-no-longer-be-a-pain

Australian website with very extensive listings of international
and US websites related to ergonomics. Excellent source of
information and links. Contact is ergonomist Mark Dohrman.
www.ergonomics.com.au