“Inter-Disciplinary Ergonomics: A Systems Approach”
Oxford embraces the concepts of a Inter-Disciplinary team, systems approach to ergonomics because no single individual or discipline can solve all of the facets of every ergonomic problems.
Advanced Ergonomics TraininG
Advanced Ergonomics and Injury Prevention: Theory, Practice and Litigation Issues Sponsored by the Oxford Research Institute, Inc
See 2018 schedule below
2 CEUs are awarded on completion of course Registration fee: $895, save $200 with early registration
The ORI Advanced Ergonomics Course introduces a systems based ergonomic model.
Participants during this two-day course use an Ergonomics Variance Reduction System to identify the linkages and inter-dependencies between people tools, tasks, procedures, training and management.
These models and systems are applied to reduce the risks of on-the-job injuries and errors. It will also lead to the enhancement of human and system performance through the use of better tools or work methods, better operating procedures, better training, enhanced supervision and management techniques.
You will also learn why regulatory issues, standards and guidelines are a necessary part of ergonomics. We will also cover how to meet existing OSHA recommendations and rules for an Ergonomic Program, and review the environmental ergonomic issues in office, industrial, and manufacturing environments.
2018 Course/Exam Dates and Location
West Coast June 7-8, 2018 James Irvine Conference Center 353 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza Oakland, CA 94612