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Friday, April 1, 10:00 AM 11:00 AM

Ergonomics & the Future Workplace

Learn more about the evolution of work including risks and challenges facing knowledge workers due to; constant connectivity, technological trends, shifting norms & expectations, and the anticipated adaptation resulting from COVID-19.

Friday, April 1, 10:00 AM 11:00 AM

Ergonomics & the Future Workplace

Learn more about the evolution of work including risks and challenges facing knowledge workers due to; constant connectivity, technological trends, shifting norms & expectations, and the anticipated adaptation resulting from COVID-19 and variants. Learning Objectives: *Review the changing landscape of the modern workplace and the importance of ergonomic home office space. *Understand ergonomics & strategic workplace design. *Look at considerations for adaptation resulting from COVID-19 and variants. Program Credits: This program is approved for 1 credit hour with: IDCEC Health, Safety, Welfare designation. This CEU is not AIA or GBCI approved.

Friday, April 1, 2:00 PM 2:30 PM

The Beginners Guide to Ergonomics and a Healthy Workspace

With the shift for so many to working from home, how do you provide a workspace for someone working from home eight plus hours a day? Dining room chairs and poorly designed non-adjustable seating can cause backaches and headaches making it hard to focus and be productive. Understanding what ergonomic seating is and how you can use it to design a space that is healthy and productive for your client working from home.

Friday, April 1, 2:00 PM 2:30 PM

The Beginners Guide to Ergonomics and a Healthy Workspace

A Via Seating presentation dedicated to improving workplace ergonomics and creating a healthy workspace.

Saturday, April 2, 10:00 AM 11:00 AM

Ergonomics & the Future Workplace

Learn more about the evolution of work including risks and challenges facing knowledge workers due to; constant connectivity, technological trends, shifting norms & expectations, and the anticipated adaptation resulting from COVID-19.

Saturday, April 2, 10:00 AM 11:00 AM

Ergonomics & the Future Workplace

Learn more about the evolution of work including risks and challenges facing knowledge workers due to; constant connectivity, technological trends, shifting norms & expectations, and the anticipated adaptation resulting from COVID-19 and variants. Learning Objectives: *Review the changing landscape of the modern workplace and the importance of ergonomic home office space. *Understand ergonomics & strategic workplace design. *Look at considerations for adaptation resulting from COVID-19 and variants. Program Credits: This program is approved for 1 credit hour with: IDCEC Health, Safety, Welfare designation. This CEU is not AIA or GBCI approved.

Saturday, April 2, 2:00 PM 2:30 PM

The Beginners Guide to Ergonomics and a Healthy Workspace

With the shift for so many to working from home, how do you provide a workspace for someone working from home eight plus hours a day? Dining room chairs and poorly designed non-adjustable seating can cause backaches and headaches making it hard to focus and be productive. Understanding what ergonomic seating is and how you can use it to design a space that is healthy and productive for your client working from home.

Saturday, April 2, 2:00 PM 2:30 PM

The Beginners Guide to Ergonomics and a Healthy Workspace

A Via Seating presentation dedicated to improving workplace ergonomics and creating a healthy workspace.

Sunday, April 3, 10:00 AM 11:00 AM

Ergonomics & the Future Workplace

Learn more about the evolution of work including risks and challenges facing knowledge workers due to; constant connectivity, technological trends, shifting norms & expectations, and the anticipated adaptation resulting from COVID-19.

Sunday, April 3, 10:00 AM 11:00 AM

Ergonomics & the Future Workplace

Learn more about the evolution of work including risks and challenges facing knowledge workers due to; constant connectivity, technological trends, shifting norms & expectations, and the anticipated adaptation resulting from COVID-19 and variants. Learning Objectives: *Review the changing landscape of the modern workplace and the importance of ergonomic home office space. *Understand ergonomics & strategic workplace design. *Look at considerations for adaptation resulting from COVID-19 and variants. Program Credits: This program is approved for 1 credit hour with: IDCEC Health, Safety, Welfare designation. This CEU is not AIA or GBCI approved.

Sunday, April 3, 2:00 PM 2:30 PM

The Beginners Guide to Ergonomics and a Healthy Workspace

With the shift for so many to working from home, how do you provide a workspace for someone working from home eight plus hours a day? Dining room chairs and poorly designed non-adjustable seating can cause backaches and headaches making it hard to focus and be productive. Understanding what ergonomic seating is and how you can use it to design a space that is healthy and productive for your client working from home.

Sunday, April 3, 2:00 PM 2:30 PM

The Beginners Guide to Ergonomics and a Healthy Workspace

A Via Seating presentation dedicated to improving workplace ergonomics and creating a healthy workspace.

Heinz Kattenfeld
Chief Operating Officer
220 S. Elm Street, High Point, North Carolina 27260
T 336 884 8220 F 336 884 8253
Terry Overstreet
Building Manager
220 S. Elm Street, High Point, North Carolina 27260
T 336 884 8220 F 336 884 8253