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2009 National Ergonomics Conference Coming To Las Vegas In November; Features Strategies For Dealing With A Slow Economy & Aging Workforce In Office, Industrial, Healthcare & Uncontrolled Work Environments
Date:9/30/2009

NEW YORK, Sept. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- The 15th Annual National Ergonomics Conference and Exposition (ErgoExpo) at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, November 17 - 20, will focus on the importance of ergonomics in a time of economic recovery. ErgoExpo's core educational topics of program management and return on investment, the aging workforce, and safety will be coupled with tracks specifically for those working in offices and call centers, industrial, lab, healthcare, and uncontrolled environments including energy, utility, maintenance and construction. Attendees have over 75 unique educational opportunities to choose from, and a host of new products to evaluate at the Expo.

Attendees can save $100 when registering for the ErgoExpo conference by Nov. 6. Groups of 3 or more save 10% each. Alumni (returning attendees) save a total of $150 with special discounting available through Oct. 1. Registration for the Expo and Keynotes is free to business professionals and the press at www.ErgoExpo.com.

Ergonomics, safety and allied professionals can get a sample of the high-quality education available at ErgoExpo by tuning in for a free webinar on Oct. 7, 2009, 2 - 3 PM ET. Drew Bossen, PT, MBA; EVP of Atlas Ergonomics will present "Proving the Value of Ergonomics to Your Company - and why that's good for your career." A full presentation description and registration for this free webinar is available at www.ErgoExpo.com. Webinar participants will receive a special discount for the 2009 ErgoExpo.

"After 15 years there's a reason why ErgoExpo is the largest ergonomics event in the nation. We're proud to serve this industry, and we strive to produce an event that not only educates and energizes attendees, but also prepares them to be their best at their jobs, no matter what type of economy, no matter what type of business they serve," commented Walter Char
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