Most employers think about post-offer pre-employment screenings when hiring an employee, but what about the employee returning to work after an injury?
Employees who have had a previous injury have a higher risk of re-injury. Ensuring the employee has a proper workstation is important in order to avoid another injury. An ergonomics assessment can optimize the work space for safety and productivity. At WorkSiteRight, we share best practices with employees on how to stay healthy and prevent injury based on the specific demands of the job.
We work with your team to identify health risks for your employees in their specific work setting. Taking into consideration the individual's body type, medical history, performance goals, and more, we minimize injury and maximize productivity for your employees. We watch your employees work and recommend the best solutions for each person.
“I think having a chiropractor onsite is great. It was the reason I decided to take this job earlier this year. I have been seeing Dr. Handly for the last few months and I feel incredible. Better than I have in a long time.” – Neil Davis
Still working from home? Standing periodically throughout the day can help keep you energized and focus. Dr. Chad Henriksen, Director of WorkSiteRight, has advice about sitting vs. standing in this GOODHOUSEKEEPING article.
WorkSiteRight takes a proactive approach to preventing injuries and minimizing risk through our customized programs