1. Representation of the Ergonomics profession in Ireland
  2. The appropriate title of FIES, MIES or SIES
  3. The ability to apply for membership of CREE and hence European Ergonomist (EurErg) title
  4. Information on current topics relating to ergonomics and human factors issues both in Ireland and abroad through the Irish Ergonomist newsletter and the IES Website.
  5. Joining the IES Membership register on the website
  6. Opportunity to participate in specialist working groups
  7. Reduced fees for conferences organised by the IES
  8. Opportunity to publish in the Irish Ergonomics Review (IES Conference proceedings)
  9. All members have opportunity to shape IES policies
  10. Development and promotion of ergonomics profile in Ireland
  11. Representation of the ergonomics profession with the Health and Safety Authority
  12. Representation of the ergonomics profession internationally through the IEA and throughout Europe with FEES
  13. Continuing professional development through skills workshops (in Progress)