Office Ergonomics Training Scheduled for October 20th in San Francisco

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Registration is currently open to the public for half-day office ergonomics training sessions that will be held in San Francisco on October 20, 2006.

"Stop Working in Pain at Your Computer Now" is both the title and goal of this office ergonomics training. Anyone seeking practical office ergonomics training that can be put to use immediately should plan to attend.

Attendees will learn about neutral posture, cumulative trauma disorders such as tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and computer vision syndrome, as well as how to setup and work at their computer in the most stress free manner possible. They will see hands-on demonstrations of items such as how to properly fit their mouse to their hand. They will also learn about ergonomically designed chairs, keyboards, keyboard and mouse trays, lighting, monitor arms, footrests, stretching, and software.

For anyone with questions either about how to correctly setup their computer workstation, or questions about how to alleviate various aches and pains they have while currently working at their computer, this is the office ergonomics training session they will want to attend.

Training will be held at the Marines Memorial Association, 609 Sutter St, San Francisco, CA. There will be two Office Ergonomics Training sessions. Morning sessions will run from 8:30am – 11:30am, and afternoon sessions will run from 1:30pm – 4:30pm. Attendees can save $25 by registering by September 10th and entering the Discount Code: EARLY.

About Ergomatrix, Inc.

Ergomatrix, Inc., which has provided office and industrial ergonomics consulting and ergonomics training services throughout the United States by certified professionals since 1996, will conduct the office ergonomics training sessions.

For additional information, visit https://www.regonline.com/EventInfo.asp?EventId=20637

Contact:

James R. Seils, CSP, CIE

President

Ergomatrix, Inc.

201. 432. 4396

http://www.ergomatrixinc.com

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