London, United Kingdom, September 24, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Ergonomics consultancy System Concepts has teamed up with Humantech to present their acclaimed Applied Industrial Ergonomics seminar in London next month.
The two day public course will provide delegates with the skills and tools they need to make simple and effective ergonomic improvements in an industrial environment. Delegates will learn how to make practical, cost-effective changes that result in:
· operational excellence
· improved morale
· reduced injuries and illness
Humantech is the largest workplace ergonomics consulting firm in the United States. James Mallon, their vice president explains “Our straightforward approach emphasises hands-on problem-solving methodologies which enable delegates to recognise, evaluate, and control ergonomic risk. When applied in an industrial environment this will drive down risks, injuries and their associated cost, increasing both productivity and morale among staff.”
The course will benefit anyone interested in improving health, safety and productivity including:
· Health and safety professionals
· Ergonomics committees
· Facilities and manufacturing engineers
The first public seminar will be held on the 27th and 28th October 2009 at System Concepts’ central London office. Details of the course content, costs and how to book are on the System Concepts website or call them on 020 7240 3388.
Leslie Fountain, joint managing director of System Concepts concludes, “Humantech has developed a worldwide reputation for outstanding ergonomics education programmes. We are delighted to be working with them delivering best ergonomic practice to businesses across Europe.
We will be offering the course in-house to clients from November and anticipate running further public seminars throughout 2010.”
For further information please contact Ali Everett on 020 7240 3388 or email email@example.com