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Safety and Health Issues in an Aging Workforce
The Directorate of Cooperative and State Programs Presents...

"Safety and Health Issues in an Aging Workforce"

Panel Discussion Featuring:

Dr. John Howard; "The Future of Work", Slides 1-54
Former Director
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

Phyllis C. Cohn; "The Aging Workforce: Moving Forward in a New Age" Slides 55- 67 and 74-88 Project Manager, AARP Workforce Issues Team Education and Outreach

Cindy Stutts; "Safe Patient Handling Program
Bon Secours Richmond Health System
Patient Mobility Teams & Injury Reduction", Slides 68-73
Administrative Director, Employee Wellness Services
Bon Secours Richmond Health System

July 2, 2009
10:00 A.M. - Noon
Francis Perkins Building

Session Overview:

There has been a pronounced increase in the US of the number of chronologically-gifted workers. Some experts believe this increase represents an emerging trend in workforce demographics in the 21st century. A panel will discuss the rise of aging workers in the workforce and examine ways to protect them.

RSVP with Russell Jones (202) 693-2532 or Charlene Crawford (202) 693-2165 by June 25, 2009.

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