NEHRA's Webinar Series
Human actors in the Workplace: Creating Spaces that are More Naturally Human
Presented by HermanMiller
Cost: Members - FREE Non-Members: $49
When we hear the word “ergonomics,” we often think of the physical aspects, such as back support and monitor height, but there’s more to it. Ergonomics is a creative problem-solving process that can be applied to anything, physical or conceptual, in the human context
Join us as we expand the conversation to include a broader scope of what it means to be human in the workplace today. By understanding the physical, cognitive and social aspects of ergonomics, we can better face the challenges of the changing landscape of work. Prosperity depends on more than just physical health. How well can employees focus? What kind of impact is your space having on company culture?
A holistic understanding of the human system helps us create spaces that prevent work-related injuries, improve productivity and encourage collaboration. Simply put, spaces that help us thrive.
Diana Glattly, AEP, Human Factors and Ergonomics Specialist, HermanMiller
Diana Glattly works with organizations to share knowledge on ergonomics and help them achieve human-centered design solutions. She received a Bachelor of Science in Human Factors and Ergonomics from Cornell University through Dr. Alan Hedge’s Design and Environmental Analysis program. Diana believes that ergonomics is a creative problem-solving process that can be applied to anything, physical or conceptual, in the human context. She is a member of the Human Factors and ergonomics Society and a certified Associate Ergonomics Professional.
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