Step 1 - Ergonomics
Dona J. Leonard, MS, OTR, CEAS II
Harmony Hand & Physical Therapy Center
Dona Leonard has a passion for injury prevention and workplace wellness. As a certified WorkSTEPS® provider, she assists Colorado employers in identifying and maintaining the best physical “fit” between workers and the work they do.
Learn how posture, force, repetition, contact stress and vibration affect workers and the work they do. Participants will review recommended work zone stations, squat vs stoop and neutral wrist, spine and shoulders.
Step 2 - Wellness
Banner Health/North Colorado Medical Center
Wendy Polulech is a certified wellness coach and is a wellness specialist at NCMC.
Do you know not only what to eat, but how much? Are you drinking enough water? This session will provide an eye-opening demonstration on what the recommended 2,400 calories for a man looks like in terms of portions.
Step 3 - Slips/Trips/Fall
Andrew Troccoli CSP, CHMM
In 2006, Andrew Troccoli founded Anfeld Inc. to offer occupational safety and health and environmental health consultation and training for numerous industries throughout the U.S.
Slips, trips and falls are an inherent risk in all industries. Gain valuable information about fall prevention in a format similar to your favorite TV game show.
Step 4 – Injuries
Kirk Henderson, MPT
Poudre Valley Hospital
Prior to becoming a physical therapist, Kirk Henderson worked in sales, manufacturing and distribution. He regularly treats orthopedic conditions, patients recovering from surgery, work-related injuries including lumbar spine, and athletic injuries.
Why is stretching and warm ups so important in preventing injuries? Does it matter what kind of stretching you do? And for how long?
For more information, contact Betti Seay at 970-488-2031 or firstname.lastname@example.org.