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2019 Applied Ergonomics Conference

The premier event for ergonomics practitioners will take place in New Orleans, March 25-29
Mon, March 25, 2019, 8:00 am to Thu, March 28, 2019, 1:00 pm
Hyatt Regency New Orleans
601 Loyola Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70113

The 22nd Annual Applied Ergonomics Conference (AEC) is one of the largest ergonomics conferences in North America and a worldwide resource dedicated solely to the support of the profession and individuals involved with improving workplace performance, quality, sustainability and employee availability.

At AEC, presenters are practitioners sharing real-world experiences and practical solutions to common problems in industry.  This conference provides comprehensive and broad-spectrum education for employees at all levels (e.g., managers to professionals to production employees).

The Conference also provides:

  • Companies and organizations with cost-effective business practices and solutions.
  • An opportunity for professionals from a variety of specialties to discuss ergonomics issues with similar causes, effects or solutions.
  • An ability to share ideas between non-similar organizations.
  • A meeting venue for multi-site companies or professional groups to meet together while engaging in continuing education opportunities.
  • Networking opportunities for attendees that facilitates an informal exchange of ideas.
  • The ability for general conversations and networking with subject matter experts.
  • Healthy competition and sharing of ideas within your organization when applying for the Ergo Cup Competition.
  • A focused approach for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) required for licensure or professional organization participation.
  • Informal roundtable discussions, where people with similar interests meet with a facilitator to discuss particular topics of interest, sharing what each participant does or would like to do at his/her facility.
  • An opportunity for new speakers to gain confidence and comfort with presentation skills, especially graduate students.
  • The ability for students/job seekers to meet potential employers.