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Active Seating and Engaging User Motion in Chair Design; Empowering Ergonomics through Quantitative Data

  • October 21, 2015
  • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Copa Contract Showroom, 5840 Airport Way S, Seattle WA 98108

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What: Cocktails and Presentations at the Copa Contract Showroom

Cost: There is no cost to attend. Wine, refreshments, and hors d’oevres will be provided.*

Topics: Active Seating and Engaging User Motion in Chair Design; Empowering Ergonomics through Quantitative Data

When: 10/21 5:30pm-7pm

Address: Copa Contract Showroom, 5840 Airport Way S, Seattle WA 98108

Contact Info: 206-459-6381, pmgajewski@aol.com

Parking:Street parking is available and there are nearby lots. Parking Map

*Registration is open to both members and non-members but limited to the first 20 attendees.

And here’s a quick schedule of agenda, in approximation:

5:30-6:00PM  Ergo Mingle/Wine/Dine

6:00-6:20PM  Wilson Chow presentation

6:20-6:30PM  Discussion/feedback

6:30-6:50PM  Thomas Nordval Presentation

6:50-7:00PM  Discussion/feedback

7:00-7:30PM  Mingle/discuss/close event

 

Speaker Bios:

Active Seating and Engaging User Motion in Chair Design

 

Mr. Wilson Chow, President OM Seating (formerly Office Master)

Wilson Chow is president of OM and a lifelong fan of good seating design. He studied at UCLA and then later obtained a master’s degree at USC. As president of OM, Wilson has been a vocal advocate of creating genuine seating solutions. In working with end users and influencers nationwide, Wilson has a unique perspective that he can share on the trends, problems and success stories of a wide range of different user populations.

Empowering Ergonomics through Quantitative Data

 

Thomas Nordvall, MBA, is the Regional Sales Manager for ISE in the western United States. A Swedish native, Thomas joined ISE from ROL Ergo, a Scandinavian manufacturer and world leader in manufacture of actuators for height-adjustable furniture.   

 

As high-tech becomes more and more integrated in our everyday lives, ever-larger volumes of useful and telltale data and biometrics are generated. This is now also true in the field of office ergonomics where height-adjustable desks and other items are becoming ‘intelligent’ and connected.  

 

This presentation will explore some of the new trends and possibilities in this realm and how they can improve the wellbeing and productivity of the workplace of the future and put ergonomists squarely in the center of this transition. 

 

Host:   

 

This event is hosted by Paul Gajewski, a UW graduate with 30+ years of providing office interiors products to the NW marketplace, emphasizing healthy seating and sit/stand work environments, and founding partner of COPA Contract.

 


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