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Applied Ergonomics Conference
Nashville TN, United States - 26th to 29th March 2012
Conference / congress

featuring the highly coveted Ergo Cup® competition.
Ensuring the health and safety of employees is not only the right thing to do ethically; it’s the right thing to do economically. According to OSHA, approximately one-third of all recorded worker injuries result from ergonomic hazards, costing several billion dollars annually. Now in its 15th year, the Applied Ergonomics Conference shows how companies have successfully implemented programs that provide great return on ergonomics investment.

One of the biggest events of the conference is the internationally recognized Ergo Cup competition, which provides an exciting opportunity for companies from around the world to highlight their successful ergonomics solutions. In addition to the competition, the conference now features two award presentations for creativeness in ergonomics -- one for students and one for practitioners.


Date(s):
26th to 29th March 2012

Venue:
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Conference Center

http://www.iienet2.org/ergo/Conference/
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