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Conducting an Internal Company Ergo Cup® Competition

Presenters:
Lisa Brooks, General Electric Co.
José Banaag, Honda of America Manufacturing Inc.
Richard D. Pagnotta, PPG Industries Inc.

This seminar will provide the opportunity for participants to learn from the experiences of three companies who have collectively been conducting internal Ergo Cup® competitions for nearly 20 years. GE, PPG Industries and Honda of America have all been holding and making incremental improvements to their company's  Ergo Cup® programs for several years. They will discuss the current design of their programs and share how their Ergo Cup® programs have evolved over the years. The resources, materials, timing/scheduling, incentives, and the costs of conducting an internal Ergo Cup® program will all be discussed. Additionally, each company will share the benefits, both intended and unintended, that they have experienced as a result of their Ergo Cup® programs.

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Lisa Brooks is a Certified Industrial Ergonomist (CIE) and has been working as an industrial ergonomist for more than 18 years. She is currently the global manager of ergonomics and safety programs for GE. In this role, she provides leadership, oversight and principal technical expertise in ergonomics and health & safety management to greater than 320,000 employees in over 100 countries. View Lisa's presentation.

José Banaag currently serves as the Ergonomics Leader for Honda of America Manufacturing Inc. He has been an ergonomist with Honda for over eleven years, working to improve the ergonomic conditions within its manufacturing operations through the proper management of its ergonomics program. View José's presentation.

Richard D. Pagnotta is currently manager of ergonomics and EHS training on the global safety and health staff at PPG Industries Inc., located in Pittsburgh, Pa. Rich has managed Ergonomics at PPG since 2001 where he has implemented a worldwide Ergonomics process. View Richard's presentation.



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