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Occupational Health: Your Businesses Ace-In-The-Hole

Preventable chronic conditions are a major contributor to the costs of health insurance premiums and employee medical claims, which are at an all-time high and continue to rise in the United States. Center for Disease Control

 

Workplace Safety Screenings is more than just a source of information regarding workplace safety topics. We are experts in helping businesses develop and implement plans that show their worth in measurable ROI. From fewer injuries, reduced worker’s compensation claims and creating a culture of safety, we cannot overstate the financial and reputation rewards that come to companies that are committed to making safety a priority.

 

Almost 2 million people die from work-related causes each year.- W.H.O

 

Workplace Safety Screenings offers a variety of pre screening programs that help businesses find the best employees, but we also offer ongoing monitoring that helps you take care of those employees. The result is a mutually beneficial relationship that reduces costs and promotes health and wellness among your organization.

 

In 2020, employers reported 2.7 million injury and illness cases in private industry.- Bureau of Labor Statistics

 

Occupational Health and Wellness programs give employers the opportunity to mitigate the job hazards that put employees and profits at risk. With technology designed to find health hazard indicators, we can help you identify problems before they arise and create workaround solutions to lessen your employee’s exposure to health and safety hazards.

 

Occupational Cancer Kills More than 200,000 People Per Year

 

Studies show that accident and injury prevention programs are successful at reducing risks, both physical and financial. Their level of success is determined by a variety of factors that include the level of commitment given by those in leadership, the participation of employees, prioritizing health and safety as a tenant of company culture, the level at which a company maintains its monitoring and how cohesive your plan is rolled into an overall business model.

 

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S.-National Library of Medicine

 

We have been misled to believe that disease is inevitable when many diseases are actually preventable when accommodations are made to avoid obvious health hazards. When we are able to identify those risks, monitor the rate at which individuals are exposed, create a health program that combats those conditions and boosts healthy living, businesses can see a decrease in both injuries and disease.

 

A New Report from the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations shows, “despite the U.S. Making strides in keeping workers safe since the passage of the Occupational Safetyand Health Act more than 50 years ago, there are still too few federal resources to adequately protect and monitor laborers.” -MarketWatch

 

Thankfully, you do not have to wait for a government regulatory agency to be available to monitor worker conditions. You can improve the health of your employees and your business with an Occupational Health and Wellness program from Workplace Safety Screenings. Get started today.

 

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