Industrial Ergonomics for Safety and Performance Course

Industrial designers and manufacturing engineers make ergonomic design decisions every day. It is well known that poor ergonomic design can lead to musculoskeletal injuries, low back pain, and other ailments; as well as increased error rates, reduced quality and lower productivity. Given this, “ergonomic literacy” should be a core competency of every manufacturing specialist and designer.

Unfortunately, until now, ergonomic training courses for business have tended to focus on issues in office environments – it has been much harder to find training to address the needs of engineering personnel responsible for equipment and process design and operation. “Industrial Ergonomics for Safety and Performance” is designed to fill the gap.


  • The importance of ergonomic and human factors design principles in process and equipment design
  • Where ergonomic risk assessment fits into comprehensive manufacturing risk assessment
  • Key standards, tools and applications for industrial ergonomic design, construction and implementation
  • Choosing the right solution for a given situation
  • Making the business case: benefits for safety, productivity, performance, quality
  • Machine and process design case studies and examples.


Public Price Per Attendee
$699.00 Early Bird (effective until 20 calendar days before course date)

In-House Price Per Attendee
Please Inquire (minimum registrations apply and may include additional charges for travel and customization).


1 Day

Dates and Locations

Registration cut-off 10 calendar days before event. Please see our Terms and Conditions.

Also available for customized in-house presentations.


Dr. Sivan Almosnino

Dr. Sivan Almosnino is a Heath, Safety and Ergonomics Consultant at Resource Environmental Associates Ltd. His current work primarily comprises identification of hazards and risk assessments in diverse work setting, as well as training of employers and employees on relevant health and safety topics. Dr. Almosnino obtained his PhD in Biomechanics and Ergonomics from Queen's University, where he remains actively involved in biomechanics and ergonomics research, including: design and evaluation of military load carriage and personal protection systems; development of objective criteria for readiness to return to duties following knee injuries, and assessment of optimal glove configurations for use orthopaedic surgeons.