Ongoing Digital Session Series

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Industry Resources for the Ergonomics Community

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Check out the line-up of great presentations and get registered today. More digital sessions will be added in the coming months, packed with the practical takeaways organizations need right now, delivered on-demand to better fit the ever-changing demands of your workday.

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March 16, 2021
Application of Digital Humans in Workstation Design - AND - Stuck in the Box: Challenges in Glovebox Ergonomics

Over the past 60 years, major advances in anthropometry and biomechanics have gradually reduced reliance on inadequate human-system integration efforts. This is particularly evident in the application of Digital Human Modeling (DHM). DHM can be defined as a technique of simulating human interaction between anatomically correct humans (avatars or mannequins) and scaled environments. DHM is […]

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March 2, 2021
Utilizing Wearable Technology: Athletic Trainers & Worker Engagement - AND - Utilizing Wearable Technology: Distribution Center Risk Mitigation

This presentation will discuss ways employers can use wearable technology to identify leading injury risk indicators and develop effective interventions, including the deployment of athletic trainers to engage at-risk employees in the prevention and management of work-related musculoskeletal disorders. Utilizing Wearable Technology: Distribution Center Risk Mitigation A large beverage distribution company was consistently seeing their […]

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February 24, 2021
The Real Challenges of Home Working for the Global Workforce - AND - Office Ergonomics Training — How to Do An Assessment

In this talk Jon Abbott and Bill Pace of Cardinus bring together data and anecdotal lessons from the global pandemic to discuss the practical challenge of ergonomics and health in home working for the interconnected yet globally dispersed workforce. Tackling issues of regulation and compliance, the cultural, technological and society differences, and how different organizations […]

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February 8, 2021
Essential Elements for an Effective Ergonomics Program - AND - Planning and Deploying a Large-Scale Ergonomics Process: Year-by-Year

This presentation is for anyone responsible for establishing, improving, or managing company ergonomics processes for their employer. It focuses on the five essential elements any successful, sustainable program should include: 1) Clear process for reducing ergonomics risk in ongoing operations 2) Clear process for ensuring ergonomics acceptability of new tools and equipment 3) Consistent worker […]

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January 26, 2021
Managing Injuries in Hospitals: A Comprehensive Solution for a Complex Environment

Healthcare workers continue to experience one of the highest injury rates in the nation. Developing and implementing solutions is made difficult by obstacles unique to this work environment. To address the situation, Tenet Health, one of the nation’s largest hospital groups, implemented a comprehensive program that includes a safe patient handling solution to reduce injury […]

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January 20, 2021
New and Easy to Use Ergonomic Risk Assessment Tools for the Back, Distal Upper Extremity, and Shoulder -AND- Applying for BCPE Certification

Recent evidence has demonstrated that musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) may be the result of a fatigue failure process, where repetitions at higher forces are much more damaging to tissues than repetitions at lower stresses. Fortunately, fatigue failure theory provides methods that are very useful in terms of estimating this risk of MSDs, and can even easily […]

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December 16, 2020
Quantifying the Financial Impact of Ergonomics Interventions & Initiatives - AND - How can science confirm or deny that you are making the right ergonomic changes at your workplace?

Communicating the value of ergonomics to business stakeholders is critical for ergonomics interventions and initiatives. When ergonomics is done right, there are two primary positive outcomes – improved employee well-being and improved business performance. Employee well-being benefits include reducing causal absenteeism, first aid cases, modified duty cases, recordable injuries, lost-time cases, workers' compensation claim costs. […]

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December 2, 2020
Using Advanced Wearables and 3D Dynamic Biomechanical Modeling - AND - How Data From Workforce Wearables Is Impacting Worker Safety Today

The biggest challenge is that many of the worker characteristics have changed (older, higher BMIs, etc.) well the assessment methods have remained the same. Current insurance, government, and international data suggest that musculoskeletal type injuries are still on the rise impacting everything from work comp costs, staffing, absenteeism, and productivity. What is need is a […]

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November 20, 2020
Material Handling Obstacles – When you must move the ROCK!! - AND - Manual Handling Bootcamp

The marketplace has created numerous material handling tools to aid workers in the traditional facility-based operations. These tools however have limitation when working in the field. Ultimately, sometimes you must move the ROCK (aka the mattress, sofa, dresser, etc.). This requires a worker to be knowledgeable in the principles of proper body mechanics. In working […]

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November 12, 2020
The Financial Impact and Risks Your Company Should Consider as More Employees Work From Home

As companies are allowing more employees to work from home indefinitely, they now have to make several critical financial decisions and identify potential risks, not previously considered in a structured office-working environment. This webinar will feature a panel of experts who will discuss the financial and risk considerations companies should be aware of as they […]

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