NEW YORK — The 16th Annual National Ergonomics Conference and Exposition (ErgoExpo) at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas November 30 to December 3, will focus on the importance of ergonomics, safety and employee wellness in a time of economic recovery, according to a press release.
ErgoExpo''s core educational topics of program management and return on investment, the aging workforce and safety will be coupled with tracks specifically for those working in offices, industrial settings, laboratories, health care facilities, 24/7 operations and uncontrolled workplace environments including energy, utility and maintenance, the release stated.
Attendees have over 70 unique educational opportunities to choose from and a host of new products to evaluate at the Expo, the release noted.
"As the largest ergonomics event in the nation, we strive to produce an event that educates and energizes attendees. The educational opportunities at ErgoExpo are presented by true industry trailblazers. Each session is aimed at preparing attendees to make an immediate and significant contribution to their organization no matter what type of economy and no matter what type of business they serve," said Walter Charnizon, president of Continental Exhibitions Inc.
"2011 will bring new business challenges and opportunities. That''s why professionals from Boeing to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and everyone in between have already registered to attend; they know ErgoExpo is the best place to learn, network and evaluate products," Charnizon added.
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