Vision

Within the discipline of ergonomics we think from the human's perspective: his needs, characteristics, and limitations. Of course, your business is leading, but we are convinced that a well designed system or product and motivated staff/end users can make a difference. Respect for people - as employee and consumer - is a central value. In this way we contribute to aspects of sustainability: economic, social, and environmental. It is no coincidence that the central ISO standard 26800 on ergonomics fits in the series about social responsibility of organizations.

Other values we cherish are our independency, integrity, and commitment.

Furthermore, we invest a lot in our expertise. This is evident from the European registration of our ergonomists (Eur.Erg.): the proof dat they comply with international requirements on knowledge and experience. This also implies that we work in conformity with the Code of Conduct  for European Ergonomists and that there is an independent referee for complaints or confilcts regarding the work of a registered ergonomist. This will give you the assurance that you receive an independent, reliable, and high-quality advice. More information: Centre for Registration of European Ergonomists

Also by regularly attending and speaking at scientific conferences, following the major journals in the field of human factors and ergonomics, etc. we keep our services up to date.

Finally, we actively follow the developments in the industries we serve. We want to best link up with how our clients do their projects. We are familiar with the most common project management methodologies (eg PRINCE2) and systems engineering.

CONTACT

Pausdam 2
3512 HN Utrecht
The Netherlands
+31 30 677 87 00
info@intergo.nl

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- 15 Mar 2017 -

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Intergo welcomes a new colleague.

- 31 Aug 2017 -

Eleonora is our new colleague! She studied Industrial Design and Design for Interaction specialized in Medical Design.

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