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Applied Ergonomics Conference Takes New Approach

The Applied Ergonomics Conference Committee has spent months conducting research to identify ways to make the conference better than ever. They interviewed numerous attendees, talked with industry experts, benchmarked other conferences and developed an entirely new approach to enhance this already highly acclaimed event. Armed with this information, this year’s conference, scheduled for March 26-29 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, Tenn., will feature the latest ergonomics methods and research and two of the most respected and relevant ergonomics leaders in the field.

Hear insights from keynote presenters Don B. Chaffin, the R.G. Snyder Distinguished University Professor Emeritus in Industrial and Operations Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, and Occupational and Environmental Health Sciences at the University of Michigan, and Raymond Davis Layne, executive director of VPPPA. Attend multidisciplinary educational session on all experience levels. Participate in roundtable discussions that allow you to share opinions, strategies and new initiatives. Earn continuing education units (CEUs) and professional development hours (PDHs).

The Applied Ergonomics Conference is presented by GOErgo, the Global Organization of Ergonomics, a worldwide resource for the ergonomics profession dedicated solely to the support of the profession and individuals involved with improving workplace performance, quality, sustainability and employee availability. For more information, go to www.appliedergoconference.comErgoweb has negotiated a $100 discount for Ergoweb Community members. When you register, check the "Conference Partner" box and enter the code AEC12.