ESA Journal

Ergonomics SA provides a medium for publication of material relevant to occupational conditions and needs in Southern Africa at a time of change unparalleled in history.

To this end the journal accepts articles in the following categories:

  • research papers,
  • review articles,
  • conceptual theories,
  • methodological articles involving technology for recording and/or analyzing humans at work,
  • observational reports from the field,
  • brief research reports/updates, and
  • news and views.

Ergonomics SA is an approved SASPE journal and is therefore subsidy earning.  All contributions are peer-reviewed by a panel of experienced Ergonomists serving on the editorial board.

If you would like to submit an article to the Journal please see the attached criteria for publishing:

If you would like more information, please contact Dr Jonathan Davy:


'Intersectionality in the context of work'

The journal of the Ergonomics Society of South Africa invites researchers and practitioners to submit manuscripts towards this special issue of Ergonomics SA entitled ‘On Intersectionality in the context of work’.