Webinar: Participatory ergonomics, appreciative inquiry, and the design of attractive work

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Presented by Prof Robin Burgess-Limerick of The University of Queensland.

We are pleased to present this webinar as part of the Leo Gerard Legacy Fund Lecture Series.

Webinar Description:

The lecture will review evidence and lessons learned in the implementation of participatory approaches to improve workplace health and safety; introduce an appreciative inquiry framework for workplace change; and then discuss preliminary results from a project in progress in Australia and Sweden that aims to identify opportunities for increasing the attractiveness of mining work.

All are welcome to attend!

Presented hybrid. Zoom registration link: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/5017181135002/WN_b2KfpAR_Tfq_seAQ7fLBOA

Prof Burgess-Limerick Bio: 

Prof Robin Burgess-Limerick is Professor of Human Factors in the Mining Industry Safety and Health Centre, Sustainable Minerals Institute,  The University of Queensland. Robin is an experienced human factors and ergonomics researcher and consultant across a range of industries and topics including mining automation, human-machine interface design, equipment design to reduce injury risks, manual task risk management, and whole body vibration measurement and management. He is a past-president, and Fellow, of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia.

Webinar: Participatory ergonomics, appreciative inquiry, and the design of attractive work

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Date:

October 4 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Price:

Free

Location:

Hybrid (Laurentian University campus and online)

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