Grand Haven, MI, March 08, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Atlas Ergonomics will share recent results of its extensive study of the relationship between employee training and reported discomfort among office workers. The presentation will take place March 13 at the Applied Ergonomics conference in Dallas.
David Brodie, Atlas director of ergonomic services, will speak on “Reducing Pain in the Office - Can Training Achieve This Goal?” His presentation will center on an Atlas white paper detailing the impact of training and reducing employee discomfort. Brodie will highlight the results of an Atlas field study in combination with peer-reviewed literature to illustrate the importance of knowledge, as well as products, in office ergonomics.
Brodie is a Board-Certified Professional Ergonomist with 14 years of experience providing ergonomics consulting and training services to corporations across North America.
The study, white paper and Brodie’s presentation are steps toward Atlas Ergonomics’ ongoing goal to provide employers with valuable information based on its extensive, nationwide experience in applied ergonomics.
Atlas Ergonomics, LLC is a leading ergonomic service and technology provider, helping customers reduce the spiraling costs of work related injuries within industrial, office, and commercial driver environments. Atlas guides clients to financially evaluate and define the appropriate strategy, and offers services that are uniquely simple, measurable, and cost effective. Atlas Ergonomics provides turnkey support through a nationwide network of providers or can assist corporate resources with the necessary training and technology. Atlas Ergonomics is located in Grand Haven, Michigan, and additional information can be found at www.atlasergo.com.