On-Site Courses

  • February 9, 2020 - February 14, 2020

    Michigan Industrial Ventilation Conference

    Industrial ventilation experts from across the U.S. and Canada will provide instruction and lectures on the design, construction, use, and testing of ventilation systems. The conference offers an introductory and two advanced design courses, a Managing Industrial Ventilation Systems course, and two optional workshops.

  • March 9, 2020 - March 13, 2020

    Comprehensive Industrial Hygiene Review – Spring

    Co-Sponsored with the Michigan Industrial Hygiene Society   This 4.5-day course provides an intensive, high-level review of a wide range of industrial hygiene topics by more than a dozen experts. It is offered twice annually in Ann Arbor, Michigan and has gained the reputation of being one of the premier programs for individuals who are

  • March 16, 2020 - March 19, 2020

    Applied Ergonomics Conference

            Join us in Louisville for the 23rd Annual Applied Ergonomics Conference. At the conference, you can improve your ergonomics skills, gain insight and connect with global professionals within the healthcare, human factors, government, manufacturing and safety and energy industries.   Attend AEC and receive global knowledge and learn applied ergonomics principles

  • April 7, 2020 - April 8, 2020

    Michigan Safety Conference

              The Michigan Safety Conference is a two-day world-class health and safety training event, held every Spring. Training is targeted at workplace health and safety issues. All businesses in Michigan are encouraged to send their employees responsible for health, safety and risk management operations.   Location: DeVos Place, Grand Rapids, Michigan

  • April 21, 2020 - April 22, 2020

    Ergonomics Principles for Workplace Assessment and Design

      Ergonomics is recognized as one of the most important factors in the occupational environment today affecting employee injury and illness. Attention to ergonomic workplace design is important to prevent musculoskeletal disorders and to promote productive workplaces. Many companies, as well as state and federal regulatory agencies, view ergonomics as a means to reduce injuries