NEW YORK, Sept. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- The 14th Annual National Ergonomics Conference and Exposition (NECE) at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Dec. 2-5, will feature a record number of conference sessions, and mark the debut of four new tracks of conference programming geared toward workplace design and occupational health professionals, as well as those that work in service and uncontrolled environments. These new tracks are coupled with the NECE's core educational topics: program management and ROI, the aging workforce, safety, and tracks specifically for those working in office and call center, industrial, and healthcare environments. Attendees will have nearly 90 educational opportunities to choose from, and the most new products to evaluate in the Expo's 14-year history.
"This year's NECE promises to be the most important event for ergonomics, safety and allied professionals as they close the books on 2008 and plan for new challenges and opportunities in 2009," commented Walter Charnizon, President, Continental Exhibitions, Inc., owners/producers of the NECE. Attendees began registering before the final program was even released, proving again that ergonomics professionals rely on the NECE to provide cutting-edge strategies and case studies from ergonomics trailblazers. "Ergonomics professionals have noted that learning new ways to improve productivity and efficiency are more important than ever in the current economic climate. Those that have scaled back their workforce must ensure that their most valuable resource is able to work safely and at peak capacity," said Charnizon. Those goals are at the foundation of every NECE session as well as the products and services available for evaluation at the Expo.
Standing room only is expected at what are regarded as the industry's
best keynotes. On Dec. 3, Ronald Leopold, MD, MBA, MPH; National Medical
Director/VP of MetLife will explain the untapped benefit of ergonomics and
safety programs and their cont
|SOURCE Continental Exhibitions, Inc.|
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