Our next course is June 9th, 16th, & 18th

(9:00 Am to 3:15 PM each day)

Hosted By:                                        


in Bothell, Washington

(All 3 dates must be attended to receive certificate.) 

In this 3 day course you will learn how to conduct office ergonomic interventions to improve employee comfort & productivity, prevent workers compensation claims, and make smarter equipment purchases for your organization.  Human Resources, Safety, IT, or any professional welcome!

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This course is approved for:

15 Professional Development Credits (PDC's) for SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) or SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP)

15 hours of general recertification credit hours through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) **


Is eligible for Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) hours as well!

It is appropriate for in-house personnel who provide any ergonomic services or purchasing: HR, Safety, IH, Facilities, and Office Management.

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hrci afc preapprovedseal 2015

“The use of this seal is not an endorsement by HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met HR Certification Institute’s criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit."

Here's what some attendees have said:

"I loved the evals at the end. Real life practice and demos helps us understand a situation better."

"The material was presented with humor and lightness about a very serious topic."

"Perfect combination of background info and hands on."

" I will use what I have learned on a daily basis."


For more information:  Contact Deborah Read at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  206.938.3294


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'Rants & Raves' - ErgoFit's Blog


Troubled SleepWith all the fear around being Sedentary… Is Sleep bad for you too?

 A client of ours recently asked: 

“If sitting is so bad for you, it seems to make sense that lying down or sleeping is also bad (because of it being sedentary). Is this true? Of course everyone needs to sleep, but are some sleeping positions better or worse? Are people who get more sleep than others (perhaps too much sleep, however much that would be) worse off than those who get a “proper” amount of sleep?”


Lumbar Support

Is your lumbar support in the appropriate position? 

The lumbar support is the thickest part of your chair's bakrest. This should be positioned in the natural curve of your low back often near your belt line.

Aim to use your backrest at leas



Temporary Workers

Temporary workers account for a disproportionate percentage of workplace injuries due to inadequate safety training, familiarity with location and equipment and inexperience.  It is the responsibility of both the host employer and the staffing agency to ensure the temporary worker’s safety