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Dzugan: Ergonomics important at sea

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Maybe you’re picking fish out of a gillnet. Or maybe you’re stacking web on a deck. Jerry Dzugan, executive director of AMSEA, the Alaska Marine Safety Education Association, says ergonomics is about working smarter, not harder. He tells KCAW’s Chris Todd about a free ergonomics workshop offered by his organization tonight at Centennial Hall from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

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