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Only with a Premium Pass can you attend 2 of these half-day workshops:
  • Ergonomic Programs — Interactive Stories From the Field
  • Anatomy of an Injury
  • Job Demands to Ergo Risk Assessment to Return to Work — How It All Fits
  • Reducing Manual Materials Handling (MMH) Injuries — A Prerequisite for World-Class Safety
  • The Mind/Body Connection to Ergonomic Training
  • Five Steps to a Sustainable Ergonomics Improvement Process
  • Advance Your Office With Ergonomics
  • Industrial Ergonomics: Drive the Job Improvement Process
  • Manual Materials Handling Strategies and Design for Ergonomic Success
  • Integrating Ergonomics to Optimize an Aging Workforce

Program Chair

Alan Hedge, PhD, CPE, CErgHF
Professor of Ergonomics, Cornell University

Program Co-Chairs

David Brodie, MS, CPE
Corporate Ergonomist, Cargill, Inc.
Rachel Michael, CPE, CHSP
Ergnomics Thought Leadership, Aon Risk Solutions
2017 Early Program Details
Keynotes
Ergonomics by the Letter
Lance Perry
In his 34-year career, Mr. Perry has seen time and time again that how a company involves its employees, treats them, designs for them and chooses to maximize each individual’s potential will determine a company's total success. Come learn how to better serve your fellow employees and open their eyes to the importance of ergonomics to advance your organization's overall success.

A New Look at the Way We Work:
Strategies From NIOSH Total Worker Health®
Dr. L. Case Chosewood
The concept of work is being redefined faster than most workers can keep up. And new work-associated threats to safety and well-being are following quickly behind — requiring organizations to invent novel strategies to better protect and promote the safety, health and well-being of their workers. Dr. Chosewood will examine the new way we work, unpack what we know about the tight link between work and health, and spur new dialogue on the future steps we must take to optimize work for today’s workforce and for the generations that follow.

Human Factors in Complex and Dynamic Systems —
Lessons From Investigating Catastrophic Events
 Cheryl Mackenzie
Using as examples several major incidents in various high-hazard work environments — such as a refinery, a university laboratory, an offshore drilling rig and a gas plant — you'll learn broad safety lessons that expand beyond the confines of the chemical industry. Plus, Ms. MacKenzie will share what the U.S. Chemical Safety Board has discovered about the role of human factors in accident causation.


Customize your learning with 45 session choices
in 5 program tracks:

  Program Management
Get tips for building or improving your ergonomics program from top employers like Chevron, Duke University, Wells Fargo and USAA
  Office Ergonomics
Explore the latest trends including touchscreens, sit/stand and other innovative equipment, as well as the future of office ergonomics
  Industrial Ergonomics & Safety
Hear case studies on how Harley-Davidson lowered injury risks for their manufacturing tasks and how Liberty Mutual's clients are preventing slips, trips and falls
  Materials Handling, Tools & Workstation Design
Learn best practices for everything from choosing the right hand-held products to using exoskeletons to reduce injuries
  Healthcare Ergonomics, Aging & Wellness
Delve into how to prevent presenteeism with a panel of risk professionals, ways to remediate risk in a stressful situation with ergonomists at the University of California, San Diego Health and much more!

 

 
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