Health & Safety Are Good for Business Occupational Health Services Save Time, Money, and Productivity
When it comes to safety on the job, employee health screenings and other occupational health services are a critical part of protecting businesses and their employees from injury, liability, and loss of productivity.
By identifying factors that increase the likelihood of accident and injury in the workplace, we help businesses take measures to prevent such incidents from happening—reducing worker injuries, assisting with compliance of state and federal regulations, and helping develop a safe, productive work environment.
In addition to ensuring a safer workplace, occupational health services reduce sick time, employee absenteeism, and healthcare costs associated with workplace accidents and injuries.
Some of the occupational health services we provide include:
Department of Transportation (DOT) Physicals
Pre-Employment Drug Screenings
Post-Accident Drug Testing
Return to Work
Local businesses contract with us to provide the occupational health services they need in order to meet their goals. We offer a variety of pre- and post-employment services, and we are always excited to add new services if specific needs exist for your company.
When you’re ready to get started, just contact us and we’ll work with you to develop a custom contract to fit your business’s needs.
Any workplace in virtually any industry can benefit from occupational health services, but some of the most common include the agricultural and manufacturing industries—two sectors which are integral to our local economy. Providing fast, effective, and cost-efficient occupational health services to local businesses is just one of the ways we’ve committed to bettering our community.
It’s easy to see how occupational health services benefit a business when you consider these facts:
- Healthy employees are more productive than chronically ill employees.
- It costs less to prevent injuries and illnesses than it does to treat them after they occur.
- When injuries do occur, employers need an effective return-to-work plan for their employees.
- Washington employers must meet many state and federal safety and health regulations.
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This is how we prevent.
At Prosser Memorial Health, the health and safety of our community members is our top priority. We’re proud to play our part in keeping businesses across the Columbia Valley safe and productive with our occupational health services.