The largest source of ergonomics standards is ISO/TC 159, the main ergonomics committee. There are four sub committees which produce many ergonomics standards.
ISO/TC 159/SC 1 General ergonomics principles
ISO/TC 159/SC 3 Anthropometry and biomechanics
ISO/TC 159/SC 4 Ergonomics of human-system interaction
ISO/TC 159/SC 5 Ergonomics of the physical environment
The BSI has a specific webpage dedicated to its ergonomics standards.
Here are some direct links to specific ergonomics and human factors related standards you might find useful.
- Design of buildings and their approaches to meet the needs of disabled people
- Ergonomics data and guidelines for the application of ISO/IEC Guide 71 to products and services to address the needs of older persons and persons with disabilities
- Ergonomics of human-system interaction. Usability methods supporting human-centred design
- Health & safety standards
- Healthcare and medical devices standards
- ICT standards
- Inland navigation vessels
- Manufacturing standards
- Personal protective equipment for firefighters
- Road vehicle standards
- Symbols for use in the labelling of medical devices
- Transport standards
- Writing boards for educational institutions