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PSHFES Dinner Meeting - Ergonomics and the Aging Workforce

  • October 13, 2014
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Angelo’s Restaurant, 601 SW 153rd St, Burien WA
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PSHFES Dinner Meeting - Ergonomics and the Aging Workforce

WHEN: October 13, 2014

TIME: 5:30pm

WHERE: Angelo’s Restaurant

601 SW 153rd St, Burien WA

(206) 244-3555

www.angelosofburien.com

Questions: Contact PSHFES Events Coordinators – Cindy Williamson or Celeste McLaughlin

Please join us for an informal presentation and discussion about ergonomics and the aging workforce presented by Ronald W. Porter, Director of the Back School headquartered in Atlanta, GA.  Ron earned his graduate degree in Physical Therapy from Emory University in Atlanta, GA and has used his extensive clinical and industrial experience to build a network of professional around the country to address healthcare and ergonomics-related issues.  He has instructed over 1000 workshops and seminars on Ergonomics Awareness and Musculoskeletal Disorder Prevention to physical and occupational therapists; medical doctors; chiropractors; occupational health nurses; and industrial health and safety professionals.  He has worked with over 200 industries, including Lockheed Martin Aeronautics; US Foods; Mars Incorporated; E.I. Du Pont; DS Waters; Shell Oil; International Paper; Cingular Wireless and the United States Navy.  He has consulted on the development and implementation of innovative ergonomics programs for both individual plant sites and entire corporations.  Ron was chosen as the 2012 ASSE Ergonomics Practice Specialty Safety Professional of the Year and is often a featured presenter at regional and national safety and health association conferences.

*This event is limited to PSHFES Members.  To become a member click here.*


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