We Provide the Best Solution to Fit Your Needs


We work together with you to pinpoint your biggest challenges, and turn them into opportunities for improving safety, workforce wellness, and major cost reduction.


Benefits of Our Services

  • Reduction in lost work days
  • Reduction in worker's compensation costs
  • Job analysis and work placement assistance
  • Recommendations to reduce workplace risk factors
  • Ongoing and timely written and verbal communication with employers, case managers, insurers and others
  • Promotion of health and safety through education and activity

  • Our Services


    Risk Assessment


    We offer a Best Practice Risk and Culture Engagement Assessment. This employee survey covers 4 key areas: 1) Engagement, 2) Risk Factors, 3) Comfort and 4) Health Baseline. It is an anonymous 45 question survey that takes 7 – 10 minutes to complete and is accessible on hand-held mobile devices. There are 3 custom questions for the employer to develop. From this information we produce insights you can use to improve the work environment, safety and health of your employees.


    Injury Prevention in the Workplace


    We offer intervention before an injury occurs on the job. Our physical therapists, athletic trainers and occupational therapists, specializing in work injury management, go to the work site to assess the job and educate the employee. Our goal is to prevent work-related injuries and promote a healthy and safe workplace.


    Job Site Evaluations


    We offer programs that help employers plan and implement injury prevention measures. There are two primary types of job site evaluations available to employers: work risk assessment and physical demands analysis.

    Work Risk Assessment

    This is an assessment of the industrial or office workplace to determine job specific requirements. Components include:
  • Evaluation of work activities, sequence of tasks, specific machines and tools used, and required physical demands
  • Recommendations for tools, job modifications and/or workstation set-up
  • Identification of physical stressors and solutions to prevent or reduce the risk of injury

  • Physical Demands Analysis

    This analysis determines the essential physical demands of the job. Essential tasks and percentages, physical demand and percentages, forces, environment, equipment and shifts are evaluated. Goals include:
  • Identifying the physical demands of a job to help employers determine essential job functions and write job descriptions
  • Acquiring information that can be used to develop pre-employment/post-offer screens
  • Helping an employer identify appropriate transitional duties for an injured/restricted worker
  • Obtaining information to help create appropriate job simulations in our Return to Work Program
  • Helping an employer appropriately implement a job rotation program, set pay rates and assist with disability determinations

  • Employee Education Services


    These services promote the practice of safe work habits. This is achieved through:
  • Job coaching
  • Identifying alternative methods of performing work tasks
  • Encouraging employee responsibility
  • Educating employees on body mechanics, cumulative trauma, and back/neck injury prevention
  • Developing employee stretching and exercise programs

  • Pre-Employment/Post-Offer Screening


    This assessment determines an individual's ability to perform the essential and/or high risk tasks necessary to perform a specific job. This enables employers to choose appropriate placement for job applicants. For the best decision support, to make sure you don’t hire your next injury.

    Physical Work Performance/Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCE)


    A systematic evaluation of functional capacities is essential for an accurate assessment of the worker's ability to perform a job. The goal is to determine an individual's safe maximal capability to perform various job tasks. The results of this evaluation are compared with the employee's actual job demands.