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Ergonomics: Practical Applications Certification Practicum

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APR 01-03, 2020 St. Augustine, FL Register

CEAS® II: Expanded Ergonomics Assessment Skills Certification Workshop

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JUN 18-19, 2020 Atlanta, GA Register
OCT 23-24, 2020 Oakland, CA Register

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Co-sponsor one of our nationally recognized and internationally acclaimed workshops in exchange for the ability to send several of your employees to the workshop for FREE! Have world-class training delivered to your doorstep, keep your staff at the forefront of professional development and on the leading edge of workplace injury prevention and wellness. The Back School is currently seeking co-sponsors in the following locations for Q3 & Q4 2020: Portland, Boston and Southern Florida

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Ask the Back School: Tips for Material Handlers

<p>Today we&#8217;re addressing a recent question from another Back School graduate who had some material handling questions regarding a new client they were working with. &#8220;I&#8217;ve attended a couple of your live workshop and learned a lot! However, I am urgently needing help with a company I recently did an ergonomic evaluation for. It is<a class="more-link" href="https://blog.thebackschool.net/ergonomics/ask-the-back-school-tips-for-material-handlers/">Continue reading</a></p>

Ask the Experts: Early Ergonomics Intervention

<p>Ergonomics intervention is the topic at hand in today&#8217;s Ask the Experts Q&amp;A. We recently received a question regarding some of the legal implications regarding physical therapists(PT) providing early ergonomics intervention. Read the question below followed by the answer from esteemed faculty member, Matt Jeffs, PT, DPT, CEAS II. &#8220; I have a client in<a class="more-link" href="https://blog.thebackschool.net/ergonomics/ask-the-experts-early-ergonomics-intervention/">Continue reading</a></p>

Ask the Experts: Sleep Ergonomics

<p>We often think of ergonomics as pertaining primarily to your work environments, whether it be the assembly line or home office. However, ergonomics principles can be applied to any environment. One place you may not think to use your ergo eyes is in the bedroom, but perhaps you should! Keep reading to see a recent<a class="more-link" href="https://blog.thebackschool.net/sleep-hygiene/ask-the-experts-sleep-ergonomics/">Continue reading</a></p>