National Ergonomics Conference & Ergo Expo 2022
LifeBooster invites you to meet our team in Las Vegas from November 8-10, where we will be speaking and exhibiting at this year’s National Ergonomics Conference & ErgoExpo. Learn how our advanced risk analytics solution takes the assessment of injury risk and worker protection to a new level of form, function, and value.
Paris Ballroom, Paris Hotel – View Floor Map
3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, United States
Tuesday, Nov. 8: 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday, Nov. 9: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Thursday, Nov. 10: 9:50 AM – 2:00 PM
Title: Scaling Ergonomic Practice in Industry with Multi-Point Wearable Systems
Speakers: David Brodie, CPE – Ergonomist Lead, NA Health & Safety Lead @ Cargill & Will Thomas, MSc – Ergonomist & Program Manager @ LifeBooster
Date & Time: Tuesday, Nov. 8, @11:00-11:50 AM (50 mins)
Location: Versailles 3/4
One of the primary challenges that Ergonomic and Safety professionals face is the large scale at which they support organizations when considering all locations, employees, and processes within their work systems. Current ergonomic assessment tools rely heavily on the time and expertise of practitioners to directly apply these methods to collect and analyze risk. This assessor-dependency is a bottleneck to scaling your ergonomics risk management process and relies on significant work hours dedicated to direct work observation, manual data collection, and completion of risk assessment tools. The advent of cost-effective, commercially available risk analytics and multi-point wearable systems enables organizations to scale data collection and analysis to free up time and resources for their Safety teams. The ability to streamline ergonomic assessment processes is a powerful benefit that enables organizations to create transparency around ergonomic risk while minimizing the resource demands of collecting and analyzing data. This means less time spent on data collection and more time dedicated to developing, implementing, and scaling risk mitigation strategies.
In this breakout discussion, we look at a case study of applying LifeBooster’s Multi-Point Wearable technology to scale Physical Demand Descriptions (PDDs) across 25+ Cargill facilities to understand the time and cost savings that can be achieved through a wearable-enabled data collection & analysis system.
Are you attending the conference or will you be in the Las Vegas area? Visit LifeBooster at booth 301 or book a meeting with our team using the link below.