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CEAS™ II: Expanded Ergonomics Assessment Skills Certification Workshop

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SEP 28-29, 2018 Austin, TX Register
NOV 01-02, 2018 Atlanta, GA Register

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Mindful Ergonomics

<p>Musings from the Ocean’s Floor &#8211; Panic would kill me. There was no other conclusion to draw. At that moment, I was flat on my back on the ocean floor. The downward pressure from the giant waves crashing &#8211; somewhere directly above &#8211; was holding me fast, pinned to the bottom like a big, unyielding<a class="more-link" href="https://blog.thebackschool.net/ergonomics/mindful-ergonomics/">Continue reading</a></p>