Register now and save big for the 20th Applied Ergonomics Conference, which will feature best practices from all over the world. The early-bird rate ends Jan. 22.
On Feb. 2 at 2 p.m. EST, find out what to expect in the AEC 2017 pre-conference workshops, which will cover the analysis and measurement of ergo methods.
The next generation of manufacturing process design should consider not only physical ergonomics but cognitive ergonomics.
The Applied Ergonomics Conference Committee hosts a series of free webinars to showcase
the valuable content at AEC. Check out the upcoming schedule and past recordings.
Be a part of something special at the 20th Applied Ergonomics Conference. Join us in Orlando, Florida, March 27-30, 2017, to expand your knowledge of crucial topics affecting the ergonomics community.
Don't miss the cover story of the July 2016 issue of ISE magazine, "Ergo Moneyball" by contributor Davana Pilczuk.
"Creating a successful ergonomics program can feel like a monumental task, and many times we are asked to do a lot with a little. Studying the Oakland A's story and how General Manager Billy Beane overcame these challenges can teach us some great lessons in how we can overcome some very common hurdles faced when developing corporate programs and creating culture change."
Click here to read the full article.
Looking for ergonomics training this summer? The on-demand course, Principles of Occupational Ergonomics, mixes lecture and "hands-on" laboratory sessions to address musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) and other ergonomics-related problems, identify and prioritize ergonomic stressors, determine root causes, review analysis techniques, and develop appropriate control measures and design criteria. Register now.
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