HFEM-SOCSO PROGRAM 2017
Our first program in 2017, Introduction on Ergonomics Assessment Method had been successfully held on March 20, 2017 at Cyberjaya Integrated Excellent Safety and Health (CIESH) Seri Kembangan, Selangor. This program is organized by Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Malaysia (HFEM) and supported by Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial (PERKESO).
GUIDELINES ON ERGONOMICS RISK ASSESSMENT AT WORKPLACE - 2017
The long awaiting ergonomics risk assessment at the workplace guideline 2017 had been official launched by the Department of Occupational safety and health (DOSH). The Guideline had been extensively developed since 2015 with the collaboration of between members of HFEM and DOSH. The project which started in 2015 comprised of members from various industrial background namely in the field of safety and health.
PROFESSIONAL ERGONOMIST CERTIFICATION IN MALAYSIA
The impetus for professional ergonomist certification was sparked off by a few executive members of HFEM, as well as a few other HFEM members who echoed a strong need for a professional ergonomist certification in Malaysia. It has been a long, 7 years since the establishment of the society and we are slowly, but surely gaining strength in numbers and recognition from various local and international agencies.
ERGONOMICS ON TWO-WHEELS: WHERE ARE WE HEADING? PART 1
I am a motorcyclist. Thus, it came to no surprise that I did my postgraduate on just about that – aside from of course; giving me a good excuse in convincing my Mother to purchase for me a 500cc hotrod (“research investment” was the term I’d use). However, back then – in 2011 and all the way after a year of my graduation, 2015; there is very little – I would say, interest, in regards to ergonomics on two-wheels. When I did my research on motorcycle ergonomics, the feedback I’ve