21/05/19 Ergonomics Product Showcase - Bristol

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About This Product

Location
Mercure Bristol Brigstow Hotel,
5-7 Welsh Back,
Bristol,
BS1 4SP

Date
21/05/19

Time
14:00 - 18:00

Attend for as much or as little time as you wish. Register for this event like any other product purchase (but free!) and add any or all of the free seminars listed below.

Price £0.00 (Ex VAT)
14:30 Seminar:
15:30 Seminar:
16:30 Seminar:
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Summary

Come and see our mobile showroom at a location near you. At each event, we shall be bringing around 15 chairs from a variety of manufacturers alongside sit-stand desks and adaptors and every type of accessory. This is your opportunity to ‘get hands on’ with the latest products and compare them alongside proven and established best-sellers. Whether you need to

  •        compare a selection of computer mice side-by-side
  •        identify a good chair for a tall person
  •        consider solutions for a variety of musculoskeletal issues
  •        identify good chairs for general use
  •        look at sit-stand options

or address many other questions, this is the ideal opportunity to do so at your leisure.

And it’s all free!

In addition, we shall be offering a selection of 30 minute presentations on a selection of topical issues:

2:30pm – The 4Cs of Agile Working

3:30pm – Sit-Stand furniture – Understanding how to get the most from your purchase

4:30pm – One Workforce, Four Generations

There is no charge but please register so that we have an indication of expected numbers.

Transport:
The venue is less than a mile Temple Meads Station.

Car Parking:
NCP Car Park Bristol Queen Charlotte Street is behind the hotel.

What our customers say

"A good training course that had a good pace throughout and was very informative."

NE of Bristol on the One Day DSE Assessor course

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