From The Ergoweb® Learning Center

New 2004 Ergonomics Training Courses

Ergoweb announces three new locations for its 2004 public training course series: Park City, Utah; Baltimore, Maryland; and Houston, Texas.

Ergoweb’s popular application oriented hands-on training prepares attendees to develop or participate in an effective, real world, systematic ergonomics approach in their organizations. Ergoweb focuses on ergonomics as a continuous improvement process and provides attendees with the tools to establish and promote ergonomics as a valuable cost saving strategy that reduces injuries and related costs, improves productivity and quality, reduces absenteeism and improves moral, protects from potential actions by OSHA and other regulations, and best of all, improves your company’s bottom-line and competitive position. Attendees learn to recognize, evaluate, prioritize and control ergonomic losses. Documentation is an important part of any continuous improvement process (e.g., six sigma, lean manufacturing, 5S, TQM, etc.), and attendees learn when, how and where to apply methods like the Strain Index, RULA, Biomechanical Analysis, NIOSH Lifting Equations, ACGIH Hand Activity Level, Liberty Mutual “Snook” tables, Washington State methods, Sue Rodgers/Kodak methods, and more. Also learn how to identify cost effective control measures with measurable ROIs.

In addition to its private on-site training, Ergoweb has offered public training courses for eight years running, and it’s not unusual for an attendee to remark, “this is the best training I have ever attended!” The courses were originally offered only in Park City, Utah, which is very close to Ergoweb’s offices. However, as interest increased, and as the economy squeezed travel budgets, Ergoweb expanded the courses to service different regions. This year Ergoweb brings the course back to beautiful Park City, August 10-12. The Baltimore, Maryland course will be held September 28-30, and the Houston course will take place October 12-14.

Two ways to learn more or register for this training:

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  2. Ergoweb, please contact me about this training; or
  3. Call Ergoweb at 1-435-654-4284 between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm, Mountain Standard Time, USA.