When one pair isn’t enough: task glasses for the workplace and hobbies. Optometry Australia, National Gallery of Canberra. Conference theme: “Growing your occupational optometry skillset”.
Are you having difficulty interpreting the content of a technical report or medical report for your workplace?
Do you need help interpreting technical information to work out how it applies to your business?
I can interpret technical information related to visual ergonomics and help you understand how it applies to your business. Here are two examples of how I can assist you:
- You have received a medical report for a worker describing their eye health problems. What does the report mean? Do you need to modify the workplace to help the worker? If so, what workplace modifications are best?
- You are redesigning the lighting in your workplace and have received a technical report accompanying a proposed lighting design. You need an independent person to explain the technical detail in the lighting report and what it means for your business.
Please contact me to explore how I can help you and your business.
Conferences + Seminars.
Here are the conferences and events that I will be speaking at in 2022:
The visual ergonomics of working from home. Optometry Australia, National Gallery of Canberra. Conference theme: “Growing your occupational optometry skillset”.
Previous seminars and conferences from the past few years:
Future-proofing a “Visual Ergonomics and Visual Display Use” technical report for an international audience. Human Factors & Ergonomics Society of Australia, Virtual Conference, 8-9 November 2021.
Visual Ergonomics in a virtual world: Lighting assessments conducted in cyberspace. International Ergonomics Association Triennial Congress. Virtual Conference, based in Vancouver, Canada. 14- 18 June 2021.