Be a key player in your organization’s health and safety initiatives with EWI Works’ proven courses in Ergonomics.

EWI Works has built a solid reputation for developing and delivering full day courses and lunch and learn sessions in ergonomics for our clients with proven results. That success is rooted in our ergonomists’ continued academic research and study in the field.

If you want to be recognized as a valuable contributor to your company’s ergonomics programs, tap into the knowledge of our professional ergonomists at EWI. From our Emerging Topics in Office Ergonomics sessions to our two day Practical Office Ergonomics course, you will gain insight into issues that arise in an ever-changing modern workplace and how to deal with them effectively.

The sessions and courses are limited seating in order to create a more effective learning environment so if you are thinking about registering, now is the time. Currently, we have two learning opportunities quickly approaching:

    1. Practical Office Ergonomics – March 19th and 20th – 8:30 am – 4:00 pm



Originally developed as a course to be taught at our clients’ work sites, we are now offering this two day course at our new office in Edmonton for the general public. This course is for individuals such as HR professionals or Safety officers learning how to support their in-house ergonomics team. Topics include understanding and preventing discomfort in the upper and lower limb and back, the prevention of eye strain and risk factors, as well as how to conduct assessments and setting up an office ergonomics program. Contact us for a full agenda or to register.

    1. Emerging Topics in Office Ergonomics – May 15th – 8:00 am – 11:00 am


Here is an opportunity to unravel the myths behind 3 rising issues in the modern workplace! Presented by three EWI ergonomists at the Derrick Club, topics include:

    1. Reviewing the realities and myths of “sitting disease” and what benefits alternate workstations actually provide.
    2. Computer Vision Syndrome – the implications for workstation designs and work practices
    3. Mobile Offices – implications for remote employees’ health and wellness.


This has proven a popular series. Register soon to take advantage of early bird pricing and to be guaranteed a spot (only 15 seats left)!