October 26, 2016

Workplace Improvement – Increase Productivity

Savvy business leaders know the key to profits is productivity. We’ve saved hundreds of light and lost duty days reducing disability and providing a significant return-on-investment. By taking a proactive stance toward improving human performance, you’ll be adopting the industry’s best practices — lean manufacturing principles.

We’re frequently consulted when ...

  • Organizational performance is diminished by absenteeism, inefficient worker motion, or work-related discomfort and fatigue.
  • Senior leaders are commitment to increased employee engagement, comfort and productivity.
  • Total quality management (TQM), lean manufacturing, and Six Sigma efforts uncover opportunities for ergonomics.
Companies are seeking to systematically evaluate, quantify, and prioritize ways to control waste within the work environment.
Facilities managers, human resource professionals, and others responsible for the worksite look to us when they’re searching for a cost-effective solution to their growing healthcare costs. In some cases, employees have voiced concerns about their workspace, and others are currently experiencing alarming discomfort levels.

We’re usually brought in when ...

  • Human resources managers have had it with soaring healthcare premiums and workers’ compensation costs and are finally ready to deal with over-utilization of medical services.
  • Purchasing directors are frustrated with out of control expenses for ergonomic products.
  • Senior leaders looking to ensure that consistent and accurate information is accessible to those concerned with risk management, workers’ compensation, and safety initiatives.
  • Human resources managers are frustrated with job descriptions that lack detailed information about essential job functions and physical demands.
  • Companies are facing increasing exposure to injury risk with an aging workforce.
Environmental health and safety leaders, and others responsible for the workplace turn to us to reduce exposure to hazards that cause overexertion — particularly those conditions that result in soft-tissue injuries.

We’re usually brought in when ...

  • Losses aren’t what they should be or workers’ compensation premiums, and claim costs are rising and they’re finally ready to deal with the root causes of injury.
  • Companies are seeking ways to dramatically diminish the burden of their leading workers’ compensation cost driver, musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs).
  • Safety culture is good, but there’s room to take injury prevention efforts to new levels.
  • Senior leadership is searching for an effective way to manage multiple sites with a truly integrated solution that tracks progress and measures outcomes.

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