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Office Ergonomics - The Good, The Bad, The ROI


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Webinar Description:

Ergonomics is traditionally not seen as an environmental health and safety issue. However, the data is clear that musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) and cumulative trauma disorders (CTDs) are significant hazards in the workplace. When not dealt with appropriately, they represent a drain on productivity...and your company's bottom line. This webinar takes a look at both good and bad examples of workplace ergonomics management, while also providing helpful figures and return on investment (ROI) data to help you build a better business case for workplace ergonomics.


  • The benefits of sit/stand desks, ergo balls and other ergonomic devices

  • Tips on how to reduce neck, arm and back strain

  • Building a solid business case for ergonomics at your organization

About the Presenter: 

Gene Kay is a Certified Professional Ergonomist (CPE) and Director of Ergonomics at VelocityEHS. Gene serves as lead developer of the VelocityEHS Ergonomics software platform, and also manages our ergonomic consulting services. He holds a Master's Degree in Work Physiology and extensive experience in health promotion, physical rehab and corporate ergonomics management. As the former Global Ergonomics Manager at American Express and past-President of the Upper Midwest Chapter of Human Factors & Ergonomics Society, Gene is a sought after speaker in the field at both regional and national educational conferences.

About the Presenter: 

Gene Kay is a Certified Professional Ergonomist (CPE) and Director of Ergonomics at VelocityEHS. Gene serves as lead developer of the VelocityEHS Ergonomics software platform, and also manages our ergonomic consulting services. He holds a Master's Degree in Work Physiology and extensive experience in health promotion, physical rehab and corporate ergonomics management. As the former Global Ergonomics Manager at American Express and past-President of the Upper Midwest Chapter of Human Factors & Ergonomics Society, Gene is a sought after speaker in the field at both regional and national educational conferences.