- WORK INJURY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS
- Work injury management programs are comprehensive in nature.
They span the hire-to-retire process and can significantly cut down
on employer's workers' compensation costs. They address injury
data, injury policy and procedures, hiring, training, medical
management consultation, modified duty, and injury prevention.
- ERGONOMIC ANALYSIS
- Ergonomics is the science of matching the job to the worker
and the product to the user. An effective match is one which
- Working Efficiency (performance, productivity, etc.)
- Health & Safety
- Comfort and ease of use
- JOB ANALYSIS
- A job analysis provides the information necessary to define
the physical capacities required to perform the essential functions
of a job. The report is used during the hiring process, return to
work process, and if appropriate for accommodation or modification
during Americans with Disabilities Act cases.
- TRANSITIONAL RETURN TO WORK PROGRAMS
- Transitional return to work programs are used when a worker is
not ready to either perform all the demands of his/her job, is able
to perform all of the demands but not on a full-time basis, or has
had a failed attempt at returning to work. Return to work barriers
are addressed on-site. The worker's tolerance is monitored and
upgrades to time and activity are made as indicated. The program
is typically preceded by a FCE to determine at what level to start
the worker and how quickly to progress.
- INJURY PREVENTION PROGRAMS
- Injury Prevention Programs involve but are not limited to data
analysis, risk analysis, management education, employee education,
and follow-up. The goal is to decrease the rate and severity that
injuries are occurring at, and to help keep a company's bottom line
- AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) CONSULTING
- Can a worker do the job? If not, can the worker be accommodated
or the job modified to allow the worker to perform the job? ADA
consulting provides whatever services are necessary to answer these
- PRE-PLACEMENT/POST-OFFER FUNCTIONAL SCREENS
- These screens are a way to evaluate if applicants exhibit the
physical capabilities required to perform the essential functions
of the job. The screens are usually performed for high-risk jobs
that typically involve heavy lifting and carrying. The screens are
developed from a functional job description. Use of pre-placement
screens aid both in the hiring and return-to-work processes and
avoids hiring individuals who are unable to perform the job safely.
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