ergonomics Newsletter


November 19 2006 Ergonomics Newsletter

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The High Cost of Ignoring Ergonomic Work Practices
Why it makes good business sense to implement ergonomic changes. Some examples of no-to-low cost ergonomic practices.

The 2006 National Ergonomics Conference and Exposition is almost here! November 28th to December 1, 2006, Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas will be filled with those seeking information and products at one of the biggest ergonomics conferences of the year. This is considered to be the most important ergonomic event of the year and has the reputation of providing the best in ergonomic education. I look forward to reviewing featured products and services in future newsletters. For more information -

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Marji Hajic, Ergonomics Editor

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