Can a workplace evolve to become a place where people are healthier after a day of work than when they arrive in the morning?
Good Earth Plant Company and GreenScaped Buildings is pleased to support “Wellbeing @ Work,” a workshop on making workspaces healthier, more ergonomically friendly, and ultimately more effective by allowing people to work at their very best.
The event takes place on Thursday, July 23, from 7:30 – 11:30 a.m. at the bkm OfficeWorks Showroom and is sponsored by Steelcase, the leading manufacturer of furniture for offices, hospitals, and classrooms.
Human Resources Professionals, Risk & Safety Managers, Corporate Wellness Officers, Facilities Managers, Corporate Wellness Consultants and members of the San Diego design community are all encouraged to attend.
The workshop will including a presentation called “Calibrate Your Wellbeing” by Kevin Butler, Board Certified Professional Ergonomist with Steelcase.
Good Earth Plant Company will have several living walls on display. We believe sustainability and our connection to nature plays a big role in the health of our workplaces.
Learn more about the workshop and register to attend at this link. There is no cost but you must register in advance.
- Breakfast and networking
- “Calibrate Your Wellbeing” presentation by Kevin Butler, MS, CPE
- Panel discussion with key leaders of various industries
- Wellness Exhibitors
- ‘Power of Place’ model and showroom tour
Kevin Butler is a Board Certified Professional Ergonomist who holds both a Bachelors and Masters Degree in Industrial Engineering. Although Kevin has extensive experience as an ergonomics consultant, for the last several years he has been almost completely dedicated to the holistic topic of Wellbeing. While Kevin’s primary role at Steelcase began in understanding the meaning of workplace Wellbeing by bench-marking and best-practice-sharing, it has evolved into maximizing his knowledge and expertise as a practitioner. This is realized by assisting organizations of varying sizes in the design and implementation of their Ergonomic and Wellness program development efforts, always striving to leverage the workplace as a resource to increase both individual and organization Wellbeing.Kevin holds professional affiliations with several organizations that include but are not limited to the Board of Certification in Professional Ergonomics and the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.