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Application for Conference Grant:
 
Application for Membership:
Download Application Form for
Fellow
Associate/Member
Corporate Affiliate
Student Membership

Fees and Dues

Category
Annual Renewal Subscription Fee (HK$)
First-Year Subscription Fee in accordance with Joining Date (HK$)
April - June
July - December
January - March
Member (MHKES)
200
200
100
200
Associate (AHKES)
150
150
75
150
Student Member
50
50
25
50
Corporate Affiliate
5,000
5,000
2,500
5,000

* Annual Renewal Subscription Fee is payable at the beginning of each financial year.
* Joining Date refers to the date of approval of your application printed on the letter.
* If an application is approved during the period from January to March, the first-year subscription fee applies to the next financial year.
(updated in March 2016)

 
Membership Regulations:

The Society shall have the following categories of members:
Fellow (FHKES)
1. The candidate for election as a Fellow normally
(a) Shall have been a Member of the Society for at least four years immediately prior to his application for election, and
(b) Shall have made a significant contribution to the practice of, teaching of, and/or research in ergonomics for a period of ten years subsequent to his being eligible for a Member of the Society, and
(c) Have made a substantial contribution to the activities of the Society; for example, through its Council, committees, publications and/or conferences.
2. A Fellow may use the title 'Fellow of the Hong Kong Ergonomics Society', and the abbreviated letters FHKES.
3. A Fellow shall have all the privileges of membership including participating in the General Meeting.
4. A Fellow shall be a voting member and eligible for holding office in the Society.
5. A Fellow shall act in accordance with the Code of Professional Conduct, as determined by the Council of the Society, failing which his membership of the Society may be terminated.

Member (MHKES)
1. The candidate for election as a Member normally
 
(a) Is a corporate members of other ergonomics/human factors societies with comparable membership requirements (Scheme A), OR
(b) has obtained approved tertiary qualification in ergonomics as determined by the Council, and has received pre- or post-qualification experience in the practice of, teaching of, and/or research in ergonomics for a period of at least TWO years cumulative equivalent (Scheme B.1), OR
(c) has obtained approved tertiary qualifications as determined by the Council, and has received at least 30 hours of education/training covering the core subject areas in ergonomics as stipulated by the Council, and has received pre- or post-qualification experience in the practice of, teaching of, and/or research in ergonomics for a period of at least THREE years cumulative equivalent (Scheme B.2).
2. The candidate shall currently be practising in ergonomics and support his application with documentary evidence of his corporate membership of other societies, academic achievements, and periods of qualifying experience.
3. The candidate may be required to attend an interview through which professional assessment of eligibility is to be made.
4. A Member may use the title 'Member of the Hong Kong Ergonomics Society', and the abbreviated letters MHKES.
5. A Member shall have all the privileges of membership including participating in the General Meeting.
6. A Member shall be a voting member and eligible for holding office in the Society.
7. A Member shall act in accordance with the Code of Professional Conduct, as determined by the Council of the Society, failing which his membership of the Society may be terminated.

Associate (AHKES)
1. The candidate for election as an Associate normally
(a) Does not possess either the appropriate academic background and/or work experience in ergonomics to become a Member.
(b) Shall have an active interest in ergonomics.
2. An Associate may use the title 'Associate of the Hong Kong Ergonomics Society', and the abbreviated letters AHKES.
3. An Associate shall have the privileges of participating in the General Meeting.
4. An Associate shall not be a voting member, but is eligible for holding office in committees of the Society.
5. An Associate shall act in accordance with the Code of Professional Conduct, as determined by the Council of the Society, failing which his membership of the Society may be terminated.

Student Member
1. The candidate for election as a Student Member normally
(a) Shall have provided documentary evidence of being enrolled as a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate student.
(b) Shall have an active interest in ergonomics.
2. A Student Member shall have the privileges of participating in the General Meeting.
3. A Student Member shall not be a voting member, but is eligible for holding office in committees of the Society.
4. A Student shall act in accordance with the Code of Professional Conduct, as determined by the Council of the Society, failing which his membership of the Society may be terminated.

Corporate Affiliate
1. An organisation for election as a Corporate Affiliate normally shall have an active interest in ergonomics.
2. Representatives of a Corporate Affiliate shall have the privileges of participating in the General Meeting.
3. A Corporate Affiliate shall not be a voting member. Its representative is eligible for holding office in committees of the Society.
4. A Corporate Affiliate shall act in accordance with the Code of Professional Conduct, as determined by the Council of the Society, failing which his membership of the Society may be terminated.