Webinar: Improving Comfort and Performance in the Workplace

Watch this webinar to learn the benefits of applied ergonomics.

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Improving Comfort and Performance in the Workplace: The  benefits of applied ergonomics. 

About this webinar

Watch this webinar to learn about: 

  • Ergonomics 101: How it impacts workplace productivity 
  • Sitting vs. Standing: The benefits and costs 
  • Employee Retention: Why comfort makes employees happy

PRESENTERS

Tom Albin PhD is a licensed professional engineer (PE) and a certified professional ergonomist (CPE). He holds a PhD from the Technical University of Delft in the Netherlands. He is a Fellow of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Tom divides his professional life between the Office Ergonomics Research Committee (www.oerc.org), where he is the Executive Director, and his consulting practice, High Plains Engineering Services. He has extensive experience as a researcher, corporate ergonomist, and product developer. In addition, he has been active in the US and International Standards community. He is accredited as a US expert to several International Standards Organization working groups and is Vice-Convenor of the ISO committee revising the standards for input devices and workstation layout/postures. 

Cristina Ainslie brings a wealth of knowledge to her role as Field Sales Director, Furniture at Staples. She has been in the industry for over 30 years. Her tenure in the industry ranges from working as Regional Manager for Teknion and as a Principle for a LEED consulting firm. She is passionate about bringing value to your project by putting together a team that is best in class and will ensure your project is planned, design and executed to your specific needs. She was instrumental in helping her teams create furniture programs for Yahoo, Netflix, Cisco Systems, Polo/Ralph Lauren and YouTube. Her experience in sustainability helped her act as an owner’s rep to assist her clients in obtaining LEED Certification for their projects. She assembled project teams that included architects, contractors, MEP and furniture vendors.