Practical ergonomics training to improve your working environment
This two-day, CIEHF accredited Applied Industrial Ergonomics course provides the tools and resources to make simple and effective improvements in the industrial environment. Our training emphasises hands-on problem-solving methodologies to recognise, evaluate, and control ergonomic risk.
Whatever your field, you can achieve dramatic improvements in health and safety and productivity, by applying practical ergonomics solutions. To this end, we’re proud to deliver Humantech’s Applied Industrial Ergonomics course.
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Who should attend – and what will you learn?
No prior ergonomics knowledge is needed for this course: anyone interested in improving health and safety and productivity will benefit from attending. Past attendees have included production engineers, occupational health professionals and health and safety team members.
The course is suitable for a range of different workplace environments including manufacturing, laboratory and warehouse.
- Explain the application of ergonomics to workstation retrofit and design
- Evaluate workstations and equipment for good ergonomic design
- Identify contributing factors to work-related musculoskeletal disorders
- Accurately apply various ergonomic assessment tools
- Prioritise ergonomic improvements to maximise return on investment (ROI)
Where is the course held?
Our Applied Industrial Ergonomics training courses are run by world-class tutors in a state-of-the-art training room at our Central London HQ. Conveniently located just minutes from Kings Cross station, the superb surroundings and facilities help create a fantastic learning environment.
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Humantech: improving working lives
Humantech was founded a couple of years before System Concepts, in 1979, with the single purpose of improving the lives of the working population. That’s a goal we wholeheartedly support.
Benefit from Applied Industrial Ergonomics training