ABOUT THE USING BEHAVIOR BASED SAFETY PRINCIPLES TO ENHANCE AN ERGONOMICS PROGRAM
Originally aired on June 17, 2015, this online seminar was broadcast exclusively to members of the Certified Professionals Directory.
In this one hour seminar Martha K. Frame, PT, MS, MBA, CEAS, discusses the principles behind Behavior Based Safety (BBS) and how these principles can be used to enhance your Ergonomics Program. BBS is a process that focuses on what employees do and why they do it, in order to improve the likelihood of safe behaviors. An effective Ergonomics Program also relies on employees performing safe behaviors. Collecting data from a BBS program can assist in promoting leading indicators of safety performance rather than solely relying on lagging indicators such as injury rates.
A digital certificate of completion will be returned to participant within 30 days of completion for 1.0 contact hours/0.10 CEUs. CEU's are typically calculated at the standard of 1/10 of a credit per 60 minutes of study, except in states where pre-approval of workshops are required by that state's licensing board, in which case the amount of CEU's credited may vary.
Refunds are not available for distance learning courses.
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Martha Frame, PT, MS, MBA, CEAS
Marty Frame is a licensed physical therapist who has spent most of her career working with patients with industrial injuries. She has extensive experience in functional capacity evaluations, work hardening/conditioning and ergonomics. She has worked on site with patient treatment and injury prevention at Fortune 500 companies including Frito Lay Inc, Siemens, Ford, Lockheed and MeadWestvaco, in addition to many smaller employers in the greater Atlanta area.
Marty is currently president of Physical Therapy Specialists, Inc where part of her responsibility is patient treatment emphasizing her manual therapy skills, performing FCE’s and work conditioning services. She also is an ergonomic consultant to Northside Hospital. She performs ergonomic assessments in the healthcare, office and industrial areas.
Marty received her BS degree in physical therapy from The Ohio State University, her MS in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine and her MBA from Emory University. She is a member of the APTA and the Occupational Health Special Interest Group.