12 sessions – All New Topics
The successful application of ergonomic principles lies in understanding the broad scope of ergonomics: specifically the importance of recognizing physical, cognitive, psychosocial, and organizational elements of work and the capabilities and limitations of workers.
In the Monthly Ergonomic Webinar Series, we present a range of topics from Basic to Advanced including a philosophical foundation for applying ergonomics through a broad range of topics. For the Advanced sessions, the emphasis is on the details of analysis techniques, intervention effectiveness, and applications within selected industries.
Participants will be reinforced on some of their assumptions and boldly challenged on some strongly held beliefs on how to prevent injuries. The end result will be confidence in applying ergonomics in a much more effective manner.
All classes are approximately one hour— within the convenience of your home or office.
About 8 Session Meetings Meet the Ergo Requirement for the SCERC Workplace Safety and Health Professional Certificate.
How it Works
Attend from the convenience of your online device. Prior to each session, you will receive a website link where you will log into the session. For sound, you may use a headset or your device’s speakers. While there may be opportunities to speak, there is always a chat window available to type in questions and comments.
Who Should Attend?
Occupational health and safety professionals — EH & S managers, industrial hygienists, RNs; supervisors and managers; members of health and safety committees, occupational therapists, physical therapists.
|January 12||1||Selling Ergonomics|
|February 9||2||Best Ergonomics Research of 2020|
|March 9||3||Magic in Research|
|April 13||4||Innovations in Ergonomics & Safety|
|May 11||5||Assessment and Intervention Methods for Shoulder Injury Risk|
|June 8||6||Liberty Mutual Manual Materials Handling Equations|
|July 13||7||Video-Based Ergo Analysis Apps|
|August 10||8||Back Pain - Any Progress?|
|September 14||9||Wearables Update (not Exoskeletons)|
|November 9||11||Are You Sure Lifting Technique Training Doesn't Work?|
|December 14||12||Psychosocial Factors in Ergonomics|
*Subject to modification
*February Session 2 will include Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit
Note: Over the course of the year, if you attend 10 sessions at the individual session rate, you will be eligible for additional sessions at no cost.
Other Registration Options
Register by phone: 310 206-2304
(rev. 11/6/09): Substitutions may be made without additional charge. Cancellations must be in writing. Refund schedule:
If course materials such as books have been sent to course participants in advance, the cost of that material will be subtracted from the refund.
UCLA reserves the right to postpone an offering 7 days prior to the course date should minimum enrollment requirements not be met. If a program is canceled, you will be notified and your registration fee will be refunded in full, less the cost of course materials sent in advance if they are not returned in the condition in which they were received. The liability of UCLA is limited to the course fee.