Ongoing Digital Session Series

Industry Resources for the Ergonomics Community

Now Available On-Demand

June 2, 2022
Life-Changing Ergonomic and Wellness Strategies for Aging, Deconditioned and Remote Workers.

The aging work population today are experiencing increasing incidences of life-changing disabilities associated with musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), obesity, stress, poor nutrition and lack of exercise. This trend has become exacerbated by challenges of working remotely from home. Resolving these complex problems requires an equally life-changing integrative approach. In this webinar, an integrated approach utilizing behavioral-based […]

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February 9, 2022
The Best Ergonomic Strategies for Preventing Injuries and Advancing Total Worker Health in 2022

Can you afford another injury? Ergonomic injuries are expected to increase by 16% in the next 12-18 months. Employers in every industry are looking ahead to a changing landscape when it comes to working. An aging workforce, more employees working remotely, and new external stressors will all play a role in ergonomic safety. As a […]

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December 8, 2021
Harnessing the Power of Data to Successfully Drive Ergonomic Program Outcomes

When it comes to measuring your ergonomic program, too often, organizations collect data and stop. The effectiveness of progress and program success is contingent on how an organization uses the collected data to make strategic decisions. With proper data collection and interpretation, organizations can improve ergonomic risk mitigation, increase employee engagement, allocate resources more efficiently, […]

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December 2, 2021
Considerations for the Emerging Millennial Workforce – A discussion around the millennial generation’s work habits, characteristics and best practices for adapting to change

Millennials will be 75% of the workforce population by 2025. This engaging expert led discussion panel will discuss stereotypes of millennials, and how we can use millennial stereotypical behaviors to benefit the workplace. Hear from ergonomists and workplace specialists around the globe on their experience working with millennials, trends and their best practices around identifying […]

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September 30, 2021
Emerging Technologies for the Ergonomics Practitioner

The nature of the field of ergonomics is rapidly changing. Emerging technologies such as wearable sensors, computer-vision, and artificial intelligence are being integrated into how companies, ergonomists, and ergonomics teams evaluate their workplaces and make informed decisions based on data. This webinar will provide a “high-level” overview of how some of these technology solutions are […]

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September 21, 2021
Deep Work From Home - Cognitive Human Factors in Remote Ergonomics

Our emerging era in Tele-Work, Tele-Health and Tele-Ed coincides with the expanding international definition of Human Factors and Ergonomics. In the 21st century, Physical, Cognitive and Organizational Human Factors must all be at the forefront of an up-to-date Ergonomist’s mind. New patterns to address these multivariate opportunities are emerging – just in time to address […]

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September 21, 2021
Communicating the Value of Ergonomics with Big Data

With the use of technology, Ergonomists or other EHS professionals may have a bevy of data at their fingertips, but is it the right data to get the right information to translate into knowledge? Or, are you left information-poor? Discussed during this presentation will be what good and bad visualization of data looks like, and […]

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May 19, 2021
An Evidence Based Injury Prevention Solution to Combating WMSD’s in the Workplace. Posture, Pain and Performance -AND- Every Movement Matters: How Changing Posture and Movement Habits can Reduce Injuries

The signs of an injury are there long before the symptoms begin. Growing evidence is correlating the increased risk of injury to poor postures and limited movement patterns. While most safety and ergonomic interventions focus on limiting the exposures of excessive movements and awkward postures, it is critical to acknowledge and improve the necessity of […]

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May 5, 2021
Telephonic Nurse Triage and Early Intervention: Strategies to Help the Safety Manager Control Recordable MSD’s -AND- On-Site Early Intervention Programs 2.0 - Transforming a Reactive Culture to one of Proactive Education at Tennant Company

Not all work-related musculoskeletal discomfort or injuries need to convert to OSHA recordable claims. Timely assessment with guidance, reassurance, and OSHA-accepted first aid care/early intervention (EI), often resolve concerns without additional medical care. Triage telephone contact with a registered nurse removes care decision making from supervisors, reassures employees, and initiates this timely care of ice […]

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April 6, 2021
Cargill’s Ergonomics Journey: Developing a Targeted and Flexible Ergonomics Program - AND - ErgoExpo 2021 – See You in Las Vegas!

This session will present a strategic approach that is being used to expand Cargill’s ergonomics program from 40 locations to over 400. This expansion will introduce the program to diverse businesses, risks, and resources, and will require an approach that is flexible and targeted to achieve its goals. This process is being presented at the […]

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