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Past Webinars

  • April 2017

  • 18th

    Managing Ergonomics in the Office: What Really Works

    Presented by Kent Hatcher, CPE and Michael Hoonhorst, CPE
    This free 30-minute live session will focus on four key elements unique to the office workplace, and approaches for identifying and reducing MSD risk factors. Join us!

  • March 2017

  • 16th

    Ergonomics Teams: The Who, What, When, Where, Why & How

    Presented by Walt Rosykus, CPE and Jennie Dustin, CPE
    This free 30-minute live session will discuss the five critical elements needed to engage teams to plan, deploy, and sustain an ergonomics process. Join us!

  • December 2016

  • 6th

    Ergonomics for the Office of Tomorrow

    Presented by Jeff Sanford, CPE and Michael Hoonhorst, CPE
    The population of mobile workers has more than tripled in the last decade, turning coffee shops, airports, and of course, the home into “offices”. These changes require leading organizations to reinvent their work practices and work spaces to better fit the needs of their people. Join us for a 30-minute webinar plus Q&A.

  • October 2016

  • 18th

    Five Elements of a Successful Ergonomics Process Review

    Presented by Christy Lotz, CPE and Walt Rostykus, CPE
    This 30-minute webinar will discuss ways to ensure that your ergonomics process remains on track and aligned with changing business needs.  It summarizes the 5th and final step in Humantech’s Engagement Model, Review.

  • September 2016

  • 13th

    Four Steps to Deploying an Ergonomics Process

    Presented by Winnie Ip, CPE and Walt Rostykus, CPE
    This 30-minute webinar will review the factors for successfully starting or changing activities in the workplace to find and control MSD risk factors, and to sustain the improvement process. It summarizes step 4 in Humantech’s Engagement Model, Deployment.

  • August 2016

  • 25th

    Enterprise-wide Ergonomics: Lessons Learned from a Global Implementation

    Presented by Deepesh Desai, CPE and Greg Dowler, EHS Director for Cardinal Health
    This 60-minute webinar is being presented in conjunction with NAEM, the premier association for EHS Management. The information shared in this presentation will help global organizations take a systematic and structured approach that focuses on results, while avoiding ergonomics program pitfalls

  • June 2016

  • 8th

    Four Ways to Ensure Leadership Commitment to Ergonomics

    Presented by Walt Rostykus, CPE and Kent Hatcher, CPE
    This 30-minute webinar will present the essentials for gaining and maintaining ongoing leadership of your ergonomic improvement process. These essentials apply to both enterprise-wide, and individual site processes. This is the third in a five-part series highlighting our method of establishing an effective and efficient ergonomic improvement process; it summarizes step 3 in this model in one word: leadership.


  • May 2016

  • 3rd

    Three Ways to Establish a Strong Foundation for Your Ergonomics Process

    Presented by Walt Rostykus, CPE and Deepesh Desai, CPE
    Humantech’s certified ergonomists will present this 30-minute free webinar. This is the second in a five-part webinar series highlighting our method of establishing an effective and efficient ergonomics improvement process.

  • March 2016

  • 29th

    Four Key Elements of an Ergonomics Gap Analysis

    Presented by Walt Rostykus, CPE and Jeff Sanford, CPE
    The key to planning a successful ergonomics process starts with an understanding of two data points: where you are and where you want to be. This free, 30-minute webinar is the first of a five-part series on “doing ergonomics right”, and will focus on conducting a gap analysis. Join us!

  • December 2015

  • 9th

    Advanced Risk Assessment Tools

    Presented by Blake McGowan, CPE and Christy Lotz, CPE
    In this new, free 60-minute webinar presented by Humantech’s board-certified professional ergonomists, you will be introduced to several advanced MSD risk assessment tools to help you quantify risk and measure risk reduction for unique and complex ergonomics issues.