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Onsite Services & Clinics

Becoming One With the Workplace

We support employees’ physical and mental health throughout their employment journey. We become one with the workplace by allowing workers at all levels to be engaged in their own health and well-being while producing positive business results for their employers.

Adaptable Delivery Models

No two workplaces are alike. That’s why WorkCare offers customized onsite delivery models. Options include full-service facilities, strategic personnel placement, 24/7 telehealth consultations, mobile medical and near-site operations. Our onsite staffing options are flexible.

WorkCare occupational physicians and nurses collaborate with allied professionals and our clients’ subject matter experts to meet the occupational health needs of employees. We also provide education and assistance for personal health conditions.

What about ROI?

An employer’s return-on-investment in Onsite Services & Clinics is calculated in many ways, for example: lower medical and indemnity costs; fewer workers’ compensation claims and OSHA-recordable incidents; reduced likelihood of litigation, work absence or disability; and improved retention and productivity. We have a dedicated analytics team to assist with the development of performance metrics and outcome studies.

Our results directly correlate with WorkCare’s firm belief in the value of work as a therapeutic activity – physically, mentally, socially, culturally and from an economic perspective. When compassionate care is provided in compliance with best medical practices and applicable regulations at the workplace, everyone wins.

Total Construction Health Program

WorkCare’s Total Construction Health program is designed to reduce exposure risk and cost-effectively prevent and manage injuries in all types of settings. We support owners, contractors and workers who help build the nation’s infrastructure and projects in their communities. We operate worksite clinics and provide virtual medical consultations at any time, in any location.


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Total Construction Health Program

We’re Diverse

As part of the WorkCare ecosystem, Onsite Services & Clinics is fully integrated with our Intervention® 24/7 teleheath triage program, consulting occupational physicians, and medical surveillance exam and TravelCare programs.

Our Bio-Ergonomic Surveillance, Industrial Athlete and Industrial Massage programs are also workplace-based services.

Here are some examples:
  • Physical exams
  • Drug screening
  • Hearing tests
  • Immunizations
  • Personal urgent care
  • Work-related injury care
  • Emergency medical response
  • Ergonomic assessments
  • Injury prevention programs
  • Bio-metric screening
  • Health monitoring and coaching
  • Wellness education
  • Collaboration with local providers
  • Employee assistance referrals

Employers have the opportunity to engage with the Onsite Services & Clinic team in a multitude of ways during their tenure as a WorkCare client company.

Workplace ergonomics means different things to different people. At WorkCare, ergonomic consultations are an opportunity to maximize employees’ performance while relieving physical discomfort or preventing the development of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs).

We help employees with jobs in the field, industrial settings, warehouses and offices function at the top of their game, stay healthy and enjoy great quality of life.

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We identify workplace ergonomic exposure risks and provide recommendations to reduce those risks. Solutions range from immediate adjustments for individual employees to redesign of work practices across an enterprise.

Value

Ergonomic consultations are a cost-effective alternative to treating preventable MSDs. We have empirical evidence based on our experience with clients in industries including aerospace, distribution, manufacturing, maintenance, pharmaceuticals and utilities that prevention and early intervention save employers thousands of dollars a year while protecting and promoting the health and safety of employees.

Our Approach

There is no such thing as a one-size-fits all ergonomics program. Our customized approach to ergonomic observation, assessment and analysis considers nuances of the work environment, unique characteristics of each worker and their specific job demands.

In addition to ergonomics, our team is trained in sports medicine, safety and overall wellness. We deploy bio-ergonomic surveillance techniques to collect quantitative data during ergonomic evaluations and use the findings to recommend comprehensive workplace solutions and customized interventions. Our industry knowledge and familiarity with work-related MSDs allows us to use advanced technologies to help fine-tune workstation adjustments, human performance (such as exertion, repetition, lifting, pushing, pulling and prolonged sitting) and selection of “tools of the trade.”

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Our ergonomics portfolio features:

  • Bio-ergonomic surveillance
  • Job task analyses and workstation adjustments
  • Guidance on pre- and post-activity stretching
  • Coaching on proper material handling techniques
  • Education to help manage fatigue and reduce stress
  • Instruction on work conditioning, general fitness and diet
  • First aid to relieve physical discomfort
  • Using work as therapy during recovery
  • Collaborating with EH&S, risk management and HR teams
  • …and much more

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Industrial Athlete Program

Optimizing Human Performance

Injury prevention and management in sports is designed to safely optimize human performance. WorkCare’s Industrial Athlete Program applies similar principles to employees whose jobs require strenuous exertion, repetition, awkward postures and even prolonged sitting.

Solution

Work-related aches and pains are largely preventable, but fatigue, repetition and overexertion still often cause costly injuries.

Our Industrial Injury Prevention Specialists (IIPS) are certified athletic trainers and allied professionals who help employees reduce injury risk associated with exertion, fatigue, material handling, exposure to extreme temperatures, age, body type, chronic illness and other factors. Mild musculoskeletal symptoms can be relieved with IIPS guidance before they become disorders that affect an employee’s quality of life and productivity.

Specialists may be placed onsite or provide virtual consulting. A virtual consultation with an IIPS may be recommended by our 24/7 Incident Intervention clinical team when an employee has musculoskeletal discomfort. An IIPS consult is not medical treatment that requires filing of a workers’ compensation claim or OSHA-recordable incident. If interventions such as coaching, stretching and ergonomic adjustments do not relieve discomfort, the employee may be referred for further diagnosis and treatment by a WorkCare TeleM.D. physician or a local provider.

The Industrial Athlete Program also features use of a smartphone app that provides time-of-need training on proper flex and stretch techniques.

Under the supervision of a WorkCare occupational medicine physician, IIPS are trained to provide:

  • Bio-ergonomic surveillance
  • Job task analyses and workstation adjustments
  • Guidance on pre- and post-activity stretching
  • Coaching on proper material handling techniques
  • Education to help manage fatigue and reduce stress
  • Instruction on work conditioning, general fitness and diet
  • First aid to relieve physical discomfort
  • Using work as therapy during recovery
  • Collaborating with EH&S, risk management and HR teams
Value

The value of athletic trainer/specialist interventions is evident on the bottom line. Related metrics include reductions in injury, claim and recordable incident rates, lower medical and insurance costs, and improved workforce morale, job performance and overall fitness.

WorkCare’s Industrial Injury Prevention Specialists are proficient in evidence-based medical practice. They comply with medical record privacy and documentation rules, medical treatment interpretations, insurance coverage and related regulations.