The CEAS® I onsite certification workshop certifies that you are able to perform basic ergonomics analyses on multiple task jobs in the office, industrial/manufacturing, and healthcare environments, using OSHA ergonomics assessment tools – W-1, D-2 and WAC. This skills-based training program allows attendees to practice performing office and non-office ergonomics assessments with focus on identifying risk factors and determining solutions and opportunities for improvements. The class is highly interactive and a lot of fun.
Usually offered only once per year, here is your chance to experience the practical aspects of hands-on ergonomics job site assessment training. Earn your CEAS™ Certification through a hands-on approach in a dynamic, collaborative environment that combines classroom learning with hands-on, operational onsite job location practice.
In the intermediate-level CEAS II workshop, registrants practice using the REBA, RULA and Rodgers Muscle Fatigue Analysis. These tools are designed to evaluate individual task steps. You will learn the differences between and uses of these quantifiable evaluation tools; practical techniques for choosing cost effective solutions; and methods to compile concise client reports. Topics included are aging workforce issues specific to healthcare professionals, office markets and manual material handling job sites. At the successful completion of the workshop you will be awarded your certification designating you as a Certified Ergonomics Assessment Specialist™ II (CEAS™ II).
Become a Certified Employment Testing Specialist. This course will cover the Employment Testing process in its entirety. It will teach you steps to develop, administer, and reassess an employment testing program for each phase of the hiring process. You will learn how to objectively identify essential job demands information through job site analysis and turn those essential functions into an EEOC and ADA compliant protocol. Immediately improve return on investment by developing skills to maximize use of functional job site analysis. Our training will help you to develop and successfully market Employment Testing programs that can improve productivity, reduce injuries, decrease costs, and improve employee quality of life.
This 1-day Healthcare Ergonomics workshop will allow you to identify as well as resolve the common ergonomics risk factors facing Healthcare Workers today while gaining a fundamental understanding of general ergonomics principles.
Gain competency in medical record review, physical examination methods, and report writing for musculoskeletal and nervous system impairment rating using the AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, Fifth Edition.
In this course, the attendee will learn an easy-to use, practical assessment tool that meets the industry standards of OSHA – The US Occupational Safety and Health Association. With it, you will learn assessment strategies for structural deficits and underlying conditions you can use the next day.