Edwin, M. and Bain, J. (2017). ‘The HASANZ register of workplace health and safety professionals’. Presented at Nelson/Tasman Health and Safety Expo, Trafalgar Centre, Nelson, August 2017.
Edwin, M. (2016). ‘On: ergonomics; HASANZ; and addressing musculoskeletal injury risks’. Marlborough Health and Safety Forum and Nelson/Tasman Health and Safety Network, May 2016.
Edwin, M. (2016). ‘Addressing the risks of computer use'. Nelson branch WorkSafe NZ.
Edwin, M. (2015). ‘Assessing and managing musculoskeletal risks in the extractives industries’. AusIMM NZ Branch Conference, September 2015.
Edwin, M. (2015). ‘An ergonomist at work'. Probus, Motueka.
Edwin, M. (2015). ‘So what happens when we age?' Presentation to worker group, civil engineering firm, Nelson.
Edwin, M. (2015). ‘Employment of an Ageing Workforce’. Motueka Economic Summit, May 2015.
Edwin, M. (2014). ‘Fishing for information: Scoping for opportunities to prevent musculoskeletal discomfort on NZ’s large fishing vessels’. OHSIG Conference.
Edwin, M. (2014). ‘So what happens when we age?' Presentation at Ageing Workforce Symposium, 4 September, Nelson.
Edwin, M, (2011). Presentation - 'Tiptoeing through the tulips'. Ear Health Nurses conference on the prevention of work related discomfort.
Edwin, M, Polaczuk, C, and Gardner Wood, L. (2011). ‘Are the new best practice 'Guidelines for Using Computers' guiding your practise yet?'
Edwin, M. and Alexander, S. (2006 - 2012). ‘ACC - Discomfort, Pain and Injury Programme’. External trainers for ACC's DPI approach to preventing discomfort, pain and injury. Multiple presentations around New Zealand.
Alexander, S. (2007). ‘Assessing patient handling risks’. A workshop presented at the National DHB Health and Safety Conference, October 2007.
Edwin, M. (2006). ‘Ergonomics principles at work in CSSD’. Presentation at New Zealand Sterile Services Association Conference.
Alexander, S. (2006). ‘A risk management approach to safe patient handling’. Working Well Together, National DHB Health and Safety Conference, October 2006.
Optimise ergonomists are comfortable presenting to a wide range of audiences – from business directors and managers, to academic audiences, through to white and blue collar (and all other hi-viz colours!) worker groups. The following is a sampling of some of the more formal presentations given, with a wide range of feedback also provided in various formats as part of work projects.