Drastically reduce workplace injuries, workers’ compensation claims, and reduce health insurance claims with an Early Symptom Intervention (ESI) wellness program at your place of business.
Early Symptom Intervention is a proactive program, not reactive. The Program encourages and supports early detection of issues rather than late reporting of claims. It promotes a zero-accident mentality, not merely settling for an industry standard.
Early Symptom Intervention furthers the Job Coaching concept and can advance an employer to the OSHA Voluntary Protection Program Status for Excellence in Health & Safety. More productivity and lower costs, resulting from less downtime and a healthier workforce, summarize our documented outcomes.
Early Symptom Intervention and Management Strengths
Environmental, Health & Safety professionals understand the interrelationships, in plants and offices, that produce more high-quality work in less time, which make proactive companies even more competitive and profitable through savings in reduced Workmen’s Compensation Claims, loss time claims, and STD.
Those advances stem from employer-employee enthusiastic voluntary involvement in combination with the hard science root-cause fundamentals of the BioSynchronistics® approach, which we originated and continue to refine as a result of our pioneering research.
Early Symptom Intervention and Business Administration Support
Paralleling our wellness capabilities is the employer administrative assistance we provide in expediting wellness goals and accelerating the bureaucratic handling of employee conditions and their paperwork.
Data for Measurements
An underpinning of corporate-wide continuous improvement is a healthy, productive and value-added workforce. Progress requires proof. Shoulder to shoulder with our client companies we document data based on:
- OSHA recordables
- Identification and correction of painful symptoms
- Identification and implementation of ergonomic opportunities, including education and retraining with respect to work station evaluation, posture review, body mechanics, stretching and strengthening programs, and home exercise programs
- Job hazard analysis
- On-site programs
- Cross-training opportunities where needed as an Early Symptom Intervention evaluative tool
- Recommendations for medical intervention, where appropriate
We invite you to discuss with us, on a confidential basis, your current experience and your target outcomes. We can then propose a customized program matching your specific circumstances.