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Enterprise-wide Ergonomics: Lessons Learned from a Global Implementation
Thursday August 25, 2016
1:00 -2:00 p.m. (ET)
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Cost: FREE for Members, $49 for Non-Members
Ergonomics is becoming an increasing hot topic for EHS managers, as many companies are implementing global ergonomics programs to improve their performance. The information shared in this presentation will help global organizations take a systematic and structured approach that focuses on results, while avoiding ergonomics program pitfalls.
Ergonomics Case Study: Cardinal Health
Cardinal Health employs more than 30,000 people world-wide in over 300 locations. A challenge with such a diverse organization is effectively, efficiently, and consistently rolling out an ergonomics process. Cardinal Health took a structured approach to implement their enterprise-wide ergonomics process, and will review specific strategies, tactics and lessons learned related to the implementation.
The session will address several key elements including:
- Effective metrics for driving and tracking progress
- Key steps in implementing an enterprise-wide ergonomics process
- The role of technology to enhance the process deployment
- Successes, challenges, and lessons learned
- Greg Dowler, Director EHS; Cardinal Health Inc.
- James Mallon, Executive Vice President; Humantech Inc.
Greg joined Cardinal Health in August 2015 as an EHS Director. He has over 25 years of EHS experience working in the automotive (Chrysler/Honda suppliers), food (Nestle), chemical (IFF/General Chemical), and glass (Ardagh/Anchor Glass) manufacturing sectors. Currently he is responsible for Health & Safety Programs to include the enterprise ergonomic program and for serving as the EHS Director for Puerto Rican operations.
James Mallon, Executive Vice President and Ergonomics Engineer for Humantech, has experience in the automotive, aerospace, rubber, and service industries, implementing world class improvement processes. His most recent client engagements include Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Genie Industries, and The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company.
James received his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and Master of Science degree from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He also completed a Master of Business Administration degree at the Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario, in London, Ontario.
James has achieved recognition as a Certified Professional Ergonomist (CPE). He is also is a member of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society and the American Society of Safety Engineers