Jeffrey Y. Chung, Ph.D CHFP CSHM
Dr. Jeffrey Chung has 24 years experience in the Environment, Health and Safety profession involving senior-level Environment, Health and Safety (EH&S) program development and management, technical and teaching positions at: University of California (UC) Riverside, (UC) Santa Barbara, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (a U.S. Department of Energy multi-program national R&D laboratory), managed by the University of California. He earned his Bachelors degree in Human Factors from UC Santa Barbara, Masters Degree in Safety Sciences from University of Southern California, and a Doctorate in Education from UC Santa Barbara. He is: nationally board certified as a Human Factors Professional (CHFP) by the Board of Certification Board in Professional Ergonomics (BCPE), nationally board certified as a Safety and Health Manager (CSHM) by the Institute for Safety and Health Management (ISHM) and holds a State of California community colleges teaching credential for various safety subjects. He has served as the interim Chief Executive Officer for the World Safety Organization (WSO), a not-for-profit international safety and certification organization with United Nations consultative status, Category II (non-governmental organization - NGO). WSO's aggregate active membership is over 1,400 and includes representation from national and international companies, corporations and other entities. His leadership role has helped develop a global strategic direction to make safety a way of life. He is currently assisting the National Safety Management Society (NSMS) as a board member and Director for Special Projects.
Anne Kramer has over fifteen years experience in architecture, office space planning and work station design. She graduated from the University of California at Berkeley, in 1985, with a B.A. in Architecture from Wurster Hall School of Architecture. Anne quickly gained experience in ergonomic work station assessment and implementation and worked as a consultant to public and private-sector businesses. In 1993, she took additional courses at the University of California, Berkeley on the Principles of Ergonomics.
Previous to her position as CEO of Ergo Works®, Inc., Anne was a managing partner of ComputERgonomics. Her responsibilities included the development of ergonomics training programs, on-site work station evaluations and implementation, product research and evaluation, design review of in-house custom-built ergonomic accessories and sales and marketing. Prior to that, she was a project manager for large-scale tenant improvement projects and commercial public spaces, from design development to construction administration. She was instrumental in establishing building standards and finish selections for commercial office buildings.
Anne served as a consultant to Krames Communications, on an educational ergonomics training video for nationwide distribution. She developed and implemented a corporate ergonomics training program for an international pharmaceutical company. An on-going program, Anne continues to train new hires, perform on-site work station evaluations and implementation of continued ergonomic work product solutions. She is well-known for her space planning and work station design for office and laboratory work environments.
Tina Gin, P.T.A, MS HFE
A graduate of the UC Berkeley, with a B.A. in Human Biodynamics, Tina is a licensed physical therapist assistant with over 15 years experience in the physical therapy field. Tina has worked in hospitals and skilled nursing facilities, as well as in out-patient PT centers where she treated repetitive strain injuries and performed ergonomic evaluations.
Most recently Tina provided ergonomic and physical therapy services at Chevron Corporation. As a member of Chevron’s proactive injury prevention team, she performed ergonomic evaluations, designed and supervised work-conditioning exercise programs, and assisted in developing and implementing key elements of their injury prevention program.
Tina is currently working toward her Masters degree in Human Factors and Ergonomics at San Jose State University, which she will receive in the summer of 2006.