With fast-moving assembly lines and hazardous work environments, the typical manufacturing facility exposes employees to numerous potential injury risks. These manufacturing injuries can be surprisingly similar, whether the company produces widgets, medical instruments, or canned fruit. […]
Onsite prevention works and is getting rave reviews from employers, employees and physical therapists. Visit the WorkWell Booth at the Private Practice Section 2020 Virtual Conference to learn more about proven training to expand your services.
Kevin Schmidt, Chief Executive Officer of WorkWell Prevention & Care, was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the National Association of Worksite Health Centers, the nation’s only non-profit association dedicated to employer-sponsors of onsite health, fitness and centers. NAWHC offers […]
Are you ready for the 2021 budget discussions and what you need for workplace injury prevention? To help you get started, here are questions to help you analyze the various aspects of your program and create a strong business case for 2021 needs.
People deal with stress in a myriad of ways. Some press on and find a way to focus, while others may become overwhelmed and scattered. Whether changes happen in personal or professional lives, the repercussions undoubtedly spill over into both work and home life. Employers can help their workers […]
The Worksite Health ScoreCard Manual by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention includes a new section on musculoskeletal health, better known as soft tissue health. Soft tissue wellness is crucial as soft tissue injuries and illnesses account for more healthcare spending than any other […]
As coronavirus restrictions ease and businesses phase in their reopening plans, there is no better time to strategize for your employees’ safe return to work. The stay at home, sedentary pandemic lifestyle brings workforce physical readiness into question and needs to be addressed head on.