Workplace Wellness Programs
In addition to the screenings and treatments we offer at our @ Work locations, we also offer comprehensive programming to treat and prevent workplace injuries on the job.
From ergonomic analyses to wellness programs, we can design a program to fit your specific budget and work environment.
Pre-Placement Medical Exam
The post-offer pre-employment medical examination strives to place and maintain employees in a working environment that meets their physiological and psychological capacities (Pachman, 2008).
Pre-employment testing is shaping the way American businesses hire qualified, successful, and performance-driven employees. Pre-employment testing strategies and methods, coupled with a comprehensive pre-selection/hiring process will ensure that the most qualified candidates are chosen and not overlooked in today’s dynamic
and ever-changing workforce (Carrigan, 2011).
A well-designed pre-placement physical examination program will result in fewer injuries and accidents and, in the long run, save your company money (Sagall, 2001).
Work Injury Management
- Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCE)
- Ergonomic Analysis
- Back Education Training
- Work Site Assessment
- Work Conditioning
- Wrist & Hand Care
- Evaluation and Treatment of Musculoskeletal Injuries (Back, Neck, Carpal Tunnel)
- Risk Reduction Programs and Education
- Hearing Screenings
Wellness & Prevention
- First Aid classes, including Blood-Borne Pathogens, CPR and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Training
- Health Fairs & Screenings
- Fitness Assessments and Exercise Classes
- Wellness Education & Program Development
- Stress Management, Disease Management & Smoking Cessation Programs
- Prevention & Safety Training
- Nutrition Education & Weight Management Programs
- One-on-one Consultations
- Database for Outcome Tracking
Workplace Drug Testing
Drug testing is one action an employer can take to determine if employees are using drugs. Drug testing works best when implemented based on a clear, written policy that is shared with all employees, along with employee education about the dangers of alcohol and rug abuse, supervisor training on the signs and symptoms of alcohol and drug abuse, and an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to provide help for employees that may have an alcohol or drug problem (Drug & Alcohol Testing Industry Association,2016).
Reasons for Drug Testing:
- Pre-employment Drug Screening
- Random Drug Screening
- OSHA Drug Testing
- Reasonable Suspicion Drug Testing
- DOT Drug Testing