IE 386 Lab 5 - Samuel Todd 2/16/2011 IE 386 Lab 5 : Wed.Sec...

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Samuel Todd 2/16/2011 IE 386 Lab 5 : Wed.Sec 1 Questions for Ergonomics Exam
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Becoming a certified professional ergonomics engineer requires much preparation. To be eligible there are three main requirements that the candidate must envelop, “(1) a mastery of ergonomics knowledge; (2) a command of the methodologies used by ergonomists in applying that knowledge to the design of a product, process, or environment; and (3) has applied his or her knowledge to the analysis, design, test, and evaluation of products, processes, and environments.”( http://bcpe.org/certinfo/default.asp ) The requirements differ between professional and associate credentials, a CPE, CHFP or CUXP, a candidate must have “1. A master’s degree in human factors/ergonomics, or an equivalent educational background in the life sciences, engineering sciences and behavioral sciences to comprise a professional level of ergonomic education. 2. Three(3) years of full-time professional practice in human factors/ergonomics. 3. A passing score on the CPE/CHFP/CUXP written examination.*”( http://bcpe.org/certinfo/default.asp ) If the candidate wanted to become a Certified Ergonomics Associate he/she would need these requirements. “A bachelor’s degree from an accredited university. 2. At least 200 contact hours of ergonomics training. 3. Two
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2011 for the course IE 386 taught by Professor James,b during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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