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Staff Development and Training

SERVICES...
Consultation
Education
Safety Training
Teleconferencing

Medical Case Mgmt.
Vocational Case Mgmt.
Legal Testimony
Job Placement
Primary Prevention
Early Intervention
Remain-at-Work
Return-to-Work
Transitional Work
Worksite Assessment
Ergonomics
Human Resources
Physical Therapy

CASE STUDIES

Occupational Health Solutions helps your staff reduce occupational health problems in the workplace, resulting in better overall company morale and a safer, healthier workplace.

Our consultants initially meet with management to:

  • Determine areas where staff experience or expertise may be lacking
  • Identify appropriate occupational health training that will reduce the probability of an on-site injury occurring in the first place
  • Consult with management to determine if existing staff is adequate or if consideration should be given to expanding staff to meet your current occupational health needs
  • Assist in hiring new personnel including employee prospect interviews and verification of employee qualifications

The consultation may include most, if not all of the following:

  • Conduct a thorough review of all written policies and procedures that affect workplace occupational health issues
  • Assist with the rewriting of established policies to update them and assure that critical issues have not been overlooked
  • Assist with the writing of policies appropriate to your business that may not yet be in place
  • Review written job descriptions to determine if they are up-to-date and assist in writing new or missing position descriptions
  • Teach your HR staff to:
    • Compare current workers' compensation insurance coverage to your business needs, including review of the appropriateness of individual employee job classifications
    • Analyze claims in an effort to prevent specific types of claims from recurring
    • Conduct their own periodic on-site reviews of your workplace environment
    • Develop a "scorecard" for measuring the success of your in-house occupational health programs