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CLEVELAND - Congratulations to Rick Genther, whose innovative solution to an ergonomic concern was presented by John Cosentino and Ed Eisbrenner at the 2013 Applied Ergonomics Conference in Dallas, Texas recently, bringing home the conference's Ergonomic Excellence Award for Innovation. The team also received an Appreciation Award in the category of “Team-Driven Workplace Solutions with Internal Competitions.”
In the fall of 2012, Eisbrenner and Cosentino presented on behalf of Genther and other Cleveland Engine Plant No. 1 (CEP1) employees at Ford Motor Company’s annual NJCHS Ergo Cup competition in Detroit. From the 24 vehicle assembly, transmission and engine assembly plants, CEP1 was chosen by their counterparts to represent UAW-Ford Ergonomics at the 2013 Applied Ergonomics Conference in Dallas.
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