When you choose occupational health, you are choosing OSHA expertise and increased worker productivity. Learn more about the benefits of occupational health over urgent care for injured workers.
Hearing loss is the most common work related illness. OHC works with employers to implement hearing conservation programs and onsite testing to protect employees.
Fewer and fewer industry leaders are putting the onus on their employees to navigate insurance requirements like physical exams, vaccinations and drug tests alone, which is how Occupational Health Center has enjoyed sustained success for more than a decade.
As an employer, you are responsible for the safety of your employees. Do you have a safety program in place to prevent their work-related injuries?
Are you fit to fly? The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) sets forth minimum safety standards for physical and mental conditions of pilots. These FAA Physicals cannot be conducted by just any physician – they must be certified by the FAA as an Aviation Medical Examiner.
Eyes are the second most complex part of your body—only surpassed in complexity by the brain. It’s important to have policies that enforce eye safety – 80% of what we perceive comes through our sense of sight! Here are some ways to promote eye safety in your workplace.