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  • Published
  • 24 February 2020

By WorkCare

In 2010, WorkCare entered into an agreement to provide an Incident Intervention pilot program to 550 employees of a utility company; within a year the program was extended to 20,000+ employees. The company reports significant related benefits including lower workers’ compensation claim costs, higher return-to-work rates, improved short-term and long-term disability case outcomes, and better employee satisfaction scores. Another utility company recently enrolled in WorkCare’s Bio-Ergonomic Surveillance program to provide enterprise-wide insights to minimize health and business impacts associated with over-exertion injuries, improve the company’s job rotation program and support return-to-work initiatives.

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