The State of Ergonomic Injuries: Today and Tomorrow
Kevin Lombardo

Virtual Think Tank Series

The State of Ergonomic Injuries: Today and Tomorrow

Thursday, April 29, 2021 • 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM (ET)

The safety innovators at DORN Companies are thrilled to invite you to join other top executives and safety professionals from major companies across the U.S. for a LIVE Think Tank discussion. This special session will include conversations with your peers in EHS on one of the hottest topics in safety: ergonomic injuries.

Did you know?

  • 86% of office employees report having experienced pain or discomfort because of their workstations or equipment
  • 41% percent of workers report experiencing neck pain because of their workstations
  • $635 billion is spent by employers on work-related musculoskeletal issues alone

Work is changing, and so is safety.

Employers in every industry are looking ahead to a changing landscape when it comes to work: An aging workforce, more employees working remotely, and new external stressors will all play a role in ergonomic safety. As a result, many safety leaders are preparing for new challenges and bolstering their safety programming with an increased focus on ergonomics. With workers’ compensation costs always a major concern for safety leaders, a single claim can drain tens of thousands of dollars from an employer’s budget, not to mention the operational obstacles that come with absenteeism and reduced productivity from chronic ergonomic pain.

We want your insights

We hope you’ll join us for an in-depth conversation and share your experiences with ergonomic solutions and safety programming. We’ll also reveal new case studies from major employers that demonstrate how proactive safety programming can curb injury rates and help businesses forge a positive future for their employees, their enterprises and their bottom lines. In this session, we invite you to share your experiences and ideas around:

  • Fresh ideas for tackling ergonomic risk factors and reducing injury rates
  • How to mitigate the risks that come with increasing work-related and everyday stress
  • Addressing ergonomic risks related to digitalization and growing use of human-machine interfaces

I’M INTERESTED

    Kevin Lombardo
    President and CEO
    DORN Companies
    DORN Companies

    For 20 years as the nation’s leading wellness based pain management and injury prevention company, DORN has been keeping people out of the healthcare and workers compensation systems through its onsite therapy, education, ergonomic and technology solutions. DORN’S focus is the elimination of pain and discomfort caused by musculoskeletal, soft tissue issues. Working with Intel, United Technologies, Sealy Mattress, the University of California and many other businesses and municipalities, DORN has reached over 100,000 employees and saved employers more than $100 million in workers comp and health care costs with a 600% annual ROI as validated by third parties. Be it ergonomic assessments, PainFree treatments or coaching and training, the DORN solutions will reduce costs, increase productivity and improve the overall culture of the organization.

    Kevin leads the strategy development and expansion plans for the company and oversees DORN’s focus on developing innovative solutions for injury prevention, with an emphasis on reducing organizations’ future costs with evidence based, result-oriented programs.

    Kevin is a widely recognized thought leader with substantial experience in strategic planning, negotiating, structuring and conducting effective due diligence examinations for operational excellence in support of organizational scale, development of strategic partnerships, and client expansion. Having worked as CEO and a Senior Executive for many large organizations along with his significant experience in the healthcare space, Kevin’s unique perspective illuminates the critical intersections between talent, assets, and ideas — the dynamic formula that drives business performance.

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