Thank you for your interest in GOErgo's webinars. These free one-hour presentations by knowledgeable professionals and experienced volunteers provide deeper insight into topics and issues involving industrial engineers, human factors/ergonomics professionals, healthcare providers and related professions.

Most ergonomics programs focus on the analytical processes needed to conduct job evaluations, implement solutions, and prioritize and find budgets to fund ergo projects. What most people are not taught are the hidden strategies that make these initiatives move more smoothly.


A Peek into the Future: Pre-Conference Presentations

Presented by AEC GOErgo Conference Committee - OPEN TO ALL
Thursday, Feb. 2 | 2 p.m. Eastern time

Presenters: Jim Potvin, Ph.D., Potvin Biomechanics Inc.and Gary Allread, Ph.D., Ohio State University's SRI-Ergonomics
Join us to get a peek into the pre-conference programs that will be presented on Monday, March 27, 2017.

"Ergonomic Methods to Assess the Cumulative Effects of Multiple Tasks: Moving Beyond Isolated Task Analyses"
Jim Potvin will share some of the basic principles and research related to physiology of muscle fatigue and tissue injury resulting from repetitive loads.

"Measuring 101: How to Make the Most of Your Ergonomics Assessments using Low-Tech Measurement Tools"
Gary Allread will assist ergonomists and safety professionals in determining what measurement devices they should have in their “ergonomics toolbox,” such as scales, force gauges, video cameras, tape measures and goniometers. Both speakers will give a preview of the material they will cover during their full pre-conference sessions.

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A Preview of the 20th AEC

Presented by GOErgo AEC Committee - OPEN TO ALL
March 2 | 2 p.m. Eastern time

Presenters: Tim McGlothlin, The Ergonomics Center; David Alexander, Auburn Engineers and Bill Boyd, Institute of Industrial & Systems Engineers

Join for a glance of the AEC 20th Event Celebration. The theme for this year’s event is proud of our past … and looking to the future. This webinar will briefly highlight the history of AEC and how it established and highlighted the role of the applied ergonomics practitioner within industrial and service organizations. 

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