Designing the Evolution of an Ergonomist

Wednesday, Jan. 9, 3 p.m. Eastern time | Register now

Presenter: Camille Major, project manager, Chevron

Has the evolution of an ergonomist occurred by design or happenstance? Meeting business needs can support our personal career goals if we know how to identify our own value metrics and develop a strategy. No longer is our role static and unchanging. Fluid, flexible and adaptable is the new ergonomist of the future. Join us for a dynamic case study in motion.

Camille Major currently serves as project manager for Strategic Research and Technical Development projects at Chevron and an adjunct professor at a local community college.

Ms. Major is recognized by the National Safety Council as a Rising Star of Safety (2010) and received a NASA@Work challenge award (2013). She is a Certified Behavior Safety Specialist and a Certified Professional Ergonomist and Certified Human Factors Professional. She is experienced at working with health, safety and engineering teams to identify risk in design and throughout the product/process life cycle.

Her experience in safety/ergonomics has been applied in diverse industries such as: healthcare, soft drink bottling, space, medical devices, automotive, defense, chemical plants, oil & gas and more. Utilizing her lean manufacturing, Six Sigma and virtual analysis skills, she has developed proactive safety and ergonomics programs and continues to seek innovative solutions to meet business needs.