Reconnect Webinars

Workplace Ergonomic Webinars

Improving health and productivity for Health Care, General Labor and Office Sectors

Workplace strain injuries are far too frequent in office, general labor and health care settings and can easily be prevented with employee education and training. Understanding the mechanisms which cause injury allows workers to adjust their body mechanics and how they perform work tasks to reduce workplace injury incidence and improve worker productivity. Knowledge regarding stress management, exercise and productivity parameters promote worker wellness and enhance overall workplace health.

Ergonomic webinars meet WorkSafe BC criteria for Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention (MSIP) programs and are designed to provide comprehensive information to Health Care, General Labor and Office sectors.

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Health Care

Tools and techniques to prevent and treat workplace injuries in health care settings.
General Labour

General Labour

Injury prevention and body mechanic training for general labor occupations.



Powerful strategies to reduce injury and increase human productivity in the office workspace.

Cris Rowan, BScOT, BScBi, SIPT

An outspoken critic on the impact of technology on human development, behavior, and productivity

Webinar creator Cris Rowan, is passionate about changing the ways in which humans use and interact with technology. Cris has developed a concept termed Balanced Technology Management (BTM) where humans strive to manage balance between healthy activity and technology.

She works globally and locally and has cross culture relevance from indigenous and developing communities. Cris is a visionary, who clearly sees that the ways in which humans are using technology are not sustainable, and the time to act is now. Activist, advocate, author, and prolific speaker, Cris helps people move from the virtual, back into the real world.

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