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What is Occupational Health?
Occupational health is an area of medicine that promotes health and safety within the workplace. Its services are designed to identify employee risks and provide solutions to prevent work-related injuries.
With over 30 years of experience, RiverView Health is a leader in meeting an employer’s needs and optimizing employee safety throughout the employment lifecycle.
Functional Job Analysis
A skilled service of obtaining objective data, including physical measurement of repetitions, forces, times, angles, postures, and/or work methods, to determine the physical demands required for a job. Functional Job Analysis can be used to identify safety concerns and develop the following:
- Functional Job Description (FJD)
- Pre-Work Screens
- Job rotation, modified duty, or transitional work programs
- New employee educational programs
- Fitness and conditioning programs
- Accommodations for disabled employees
Functional Job Descriptions
A tool developed after the completion of a Functional Job Analysis to enhance the job description and reinforce hiring requirements. This service includes information on the job objectives, clothing, equipment, tools, hours of work, essential job functions, and critical physical demands.
A formal assessment of the job applicant’s current physical abilities to ensure they can meet the physical demands of the job.
Work Ability Screen or Fit for Duty Testing
An evaluation to identify and develop temporary work-related restrictions following an injury. Evaluations can be repeated throughout the employee’s recovery to update work restrictions as appropriate.
Functional Capacity Evaluation
An assessment of an employee’s physical abilities 90+ days after an injury to determine if they can meet the physical demands of their job. If they cannot, the results of the Functional Capacity Evaluation can be compared to other Functional Job Descriptions to generate an appropriate “job match.”
A custom program for injury prevention that prepares employees for the physical demands and postures most often used during the job.
An onsite service that provides employee education on employer-requested topics. Topics can include safe-lifting techniques, back health, ergonomic desk set-up, and more.
An onsite service to assess employee workstations, identify ergonomic missteps, and provide recommendations to optimize the work environment for injury prevention. This service can be utilized preemptively or as an action plan following an employee injury.