Want to train employees in proper workstation ergonomics?

Attend our Free, One-Time-Only Webinar Event!

November 14th, 2019 @ 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM PT

Who should attend: HR Managers, Safety Managers, Risk Managers, Supervisors, or others who manage ergonomics and/or training in the workplace.

Learn what to include in employee ergonomics training to encourage self-correction and safe work practices for good ergonomics in the office.

Office Ergonomics: Working in Comfort Training

Are you doing enough to protect your employees from a work injury related to poor office workstation set up? If you don't recall the last time employees were trained in office ergonomics, then you aren't doing enough!

Seated office work is a primary contributor to upper extremity, back and neck pain leading to workplace injuries. In fact, the average cost of a seated work injury is $40,000 per case according to a recent report by the California Department of Industrial Relations!

Repetitive motion injuries are highly preventable! To reduce organizational risk, employees need to know how to work safely with the equipment provided them. It’s not intuitive to know how to adjust a chair or set up the workstation with good ergonomics.

Here’s What You’ll Learn

November 14th @ 11:00 AM PT

Here’s What You’ll Learn

Presented by Alison Heller-Ono, MSPT, CDA, CASp, COESp, CIE, CPE, Certified Management Consultant, President and CEO of Worksite International, Inc.

At This Free One-Time-Only Webinar Event!

  1. Why ergonomics training is so important in the modern office, yet rarely provided
  2. Who should be attending ergonomics training - and it’s not who you think!
  3. How you’ll never get accountability without this one important action.
  4. The 5 steps every employee should know to set up their workstation with confidence
  5. Self-care and safe work practice strategies to reduce discomfort and avoid claim filing
  6. And much more!

When you register, you'll receive our free Office Ergonomics: Working in Comfort webinar workbook to document critical strategies and techniques to apply immediately after training. 

Seats are limited. No more than 3 people per company. 

I’ve said for many years, “Ergonomics is not intuitive nor is it common sense. It must be commonly taught by a professional and commonly practiced by employees!”

Sign up today for this limited opportunity to learn all about office ergonomics and the importance of training employees in self-correction and self-care.