Employers

Employers

Employers

Job Demands Analysis

Hiring the perfect employee means articulating an accurate description of all necessary duties and labor-intensive functions of that job. A job demand analysis (JDA) will help determine the physical demands the tasks require. The insight gained from this analysis will also safeguard you from any laws and regulations.  Attracting the right employee also helps you maintain a safe environment for all employees.

Other benefits include:

  • Reduced injuries
  • Appropriate treatment and rehabilitation
  • Timely and sustained return-to-work
  • Return to work and accommodation decisions that are defensible

Business Conditioning Programs or On-Site Physical Therapy

On-site work conditioning programs can help you manage costs, invest in the health of your employees, and build a healthier future for your team and business. These programs are tailored to your needs from 2-4 hours per week.   Millions of dollars are spent each year on work-related injuries and accidents. Reducing claims for your company is grounds for promotion.

Benefits:

  • Injury Prevention
  • Improved Productivity
  • Decreased re=injuries
  • Employee centric

“64% of employees report increased productivity directly related to participation in wellness programs”
Virgin Pulse, The Business of Healthy Employees: A Survey of Workplace Health

A sample of Industries that Utilize our Services:

  • Fire department and first responder services
  • Health care facilities
  • Airline providers
  • Warehouse management
  • Grocery and food distribution
  • Casino and gaming
  • Construction
  • Meatpacking
  • Restaurants
  • Municipalities
  • Trucking
  • School, college, and universities

Post Offer Employment Testing

Post-offer employment test confirms the employees you hire are physically capable of doing the job.

Benefits:

  • Compliant EEOC and ADA regulations
  • Decreases workers’ compensation costs
  • Reduces injuries in the workplace
  • Provides for better injury management

Ergonomics Assessments

According to the Occupational Health & Safety Administration (OSHA), companies in the United States spend at least $170 billion annually on occupational injuries. Fortunately, OSHA also points out that businesses can reduce their injury and illness costs by up to 40% by implementing certain health and safety systems, including proper ergonomics training. We work with you to determine if there are modifications that can be made to your home or work environment to reduce your risk of injury.

Injuries sustained from poor ergonomics

  • Cervical strain and pain (including a new phenomenon called “text neck”)
  • TMJ dysfunction and tension headaches
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome (median nerve entrapment at the wrist)
  • Tendonitis (inflammation in tendons)
  • Rotator cuff strains and tears
  • Medial or lateral epicondylitis (golfer’s or tennis elbow, respectively)
  • Trigger finger
  • Back pain caused by injuries to the muscles, joints, or discs

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