President's Award

The President's Award is for any group, institution or organisation who have made significant contributions to research and development, and application of knowledge generally in the field of ergonomics/human factors.
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Roll of honour

2018 Human Factors Engineering Team, University of Southampton
2017 Loughborough Design School
2016 RSSB Human Factors Department
2015 London Underground Capital Programmes Directorate Human Factors Group
2014 Barry Kirwan & Steven Shorrock, EUROCONTROL Safety Culture Team
2013 Human Factors Research Group, Nottingham University
2011 NATS Human Factors team
2010 Alastair Gale PERFORMS Scheme (PERsonal perFORmance in Mammographic Screening)
2009 Institute of Occupational Medicine
2008 Professor Tom Reilly and LJMU’s Research Institute for Sport & Exercise Sciences; The Human Factors Integration Defence Technology Centre (HFI DTC); Institute of Human Factors & Ergonomics, Tsinghua University, Beijing
2007 Network Rail Team
2005 Design for Patient Safety Group
2004 Ergonomics 4 Schools Special Interest Group
2001 The Human Thermal Environments Laboratory, Loughborough University
2000 The Safety Science Group, TU Delft
1997 Silsoe Research Institute; ETSI Technical Committee for Human Factors
1996 The Applied Ergonomics Group, Philips Corporate Design
1995 The Ergonomics Information Analysis Centre, University of Birmingham
1994 The Army Personnel Research Establishment, Farnborough; The Liberty Mutual Research Center, Hopkinton, Mass.
1993 The Human Factors group, Thorn EMI Electronics
1992 ICE Ergonomics
1991 The Ergonomics Unit, Robens Institute, University of Surrey
1989 The Applied Psychology Unit, Medical Research Council, Cambridge
Formerly the Research Award (1983-1988)
1985 Dr David J Oborne of the Department of Psychology, University College of Swansea
1984 Dr John Bebner, for his extensive work in cognitive ergonomics
1983 Dr Edgar D Megaw, for his major contributions to research in the field of industrial inspection2007 Prof Robert J Stone