The Business Case for Ergonomics

Featuring: Deborah Read

Our guest today is Deborah Read (aka ErgoGirl!) Founded ErgoFit Consulting in 2001 after obtaining her Masters degree in Occupational Therapy. For 19 years, this reluctant superhero has been quietly making the world a better place and improving employee productivity and reducing injuries in a single bound!

By making YOUR employees their best, most optimized selves, ErgoFit accelerates productivity and happiness at your company, which improves employee retention and efficiency, and decreases absenteeism and injuries. Therefore, the world becomes a better place!

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    The Business Case for Ergonomics
    Deborah Read

The Business Case For Ergonomics

  • Deborah, tell us a little about ErgoFit Consulting and how you help clients.
  • What aspects of Ergonomics are executives and leaders unaware of?
  • How do you help companies save money in the long run?
  • What type of clients do you work with?

Learn more about Deborah Read, ErgoFit and their breadth of offerings on their detailed website ErgoFitConsulting.com, where you’ll also find blogs, tips and tidbits. You can also connect on LinkedIn. For facebook and twitter search @ErgoFit_Consult.

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Deborah Read

Deborah Read (aka ErgoGirl!) Founded ErgoFit Consulting in 2001 after obtaining her Masters degree in Occupational Therapy. ErgoFit Consulting is HQ’d in Seattle, WA with capability throughout the U.S. virtually or in person. Deborah is the Leader (and long time member) of the Pacific Northwest Ergonomics Roundtable and past President and Symposium Chair (and long time member) of the Puget Sound Human Factors & Ergonomics Society. Her Presidency garnered the Distinguished Chapter of the Year award by the National Society, and she received the first-ever “For Service Way Beyond the Call of Duty” award. Deborah has also been a speaker at an international conference, several national conferences, as well as numerous regional conferences.

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