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CINCINNATI-"Managing Ergonomics in the 1990s," a conference co-sponsored by the American Automobile Manufacturers Assn. and the Center for Office Technology, is one of the first meetings organized to explore the major issues in the scientific and policy debate confronting the ergonomics community.

Conference cooperating organizations included the American Industrial Hygiene Assn.; American Petroleum Institute; American Trucking Assn.; the Center to Protect Workers' Rights; Chrysler Corp.; Consultants in Epidemiology & Occupational Health Inc.; ErgoWeb Inc.; Ford Motor Co.; General Motors; IBM Corp.; Institute for Ergonomics at Ohio State University; International Union of the United Auto Workers; National Assn. of Manufacturers; National Coalition on Ergonomics; National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health; and Organization Resources Counselors Inc.

A similar event is planned for 1998; the date and place have yet to be decided.For more information, contact the Center for Office Technology, 301 N. Fairfax St., Suite 102, Alexandria, Va. 22314; 703-684-7760; fax: 703-684-4554; e-mail:; or visit its World Wide Web site at: