For this week’s episode, Lisa Orr provides a wide range of solutions for working from home. She explains specific tactics in achieving efficiency within this new normal, such as:
- Dedicating a specific space
- What to do with limited space and funds
- Minimizing distractions
- Developing routines
- The ideal ergonomic setup
- How to coordinate with children and their schedule
- Supporting from a managerial role
Lisa brings to light some of the office tendencies that have been lost and what aspects are valuable to incorporate into your schedule.
Senior Human Factors Consultant, Sedgwick
Summary of Qualifications
Lisa is a board certified professional ergonomist and a senior human factors consultant with Sedgwick Claims Management Services, Inc.
Lisa's responsibilities are to develop, implement and evaluate human factors/ergonomic program strategies for clients; to develop and deliver educational programs and materials; to serve as liaison to internal and external groups for human factors/ergonomics issues and opportunities; and to provide guidance in human factors/ergonomics issues and development.
Lisa has 26 years of experience providing ergonomics consulting and human factors design and research services for a variety of industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, apparel, newspaper/publishing, banking/finance, retail, transportation and public entities. Consulting with local, regional and national employers, she assists them in developing, implementing, and evaluating loss prevention program strategies. She specializes in the assessment of overall work processes, compliance, training, onsite evaluations and analytics.
Member - Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) & International
Ergonomics Association (IEA)
Board of Certification in Professional Ergonomics (BCPE)
M.S., Industrial Engineering, with a specialization in human factors, University of
B.S., Industrial Engineering, University of Houston, University Park
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