Work Site Services in Maryland, Virginia and the D.C. Area
Work Site Service is rehab in the real situation. Work simulation with real tools and in the real workplace can provide the injured worker and the employer the confidence that returning to work will be safe and successful. REHAB AT WORK has specially trained staff who will go to your actual job site to assist the injured worker in their work environment.
Functional Job Description
An evaluation of your particular job is performed to determine its essential demands. This assessment, along with a detailed job description, will provide a complete report of the physical functions that are required of the position. This is a crucial first step for any post-offer testing or effective return to work program.
Work Site Ergonomic Analysis
An analysis of your specific job is performed to identify and address the ergonomic risk factors that are associated with the work. The information is collected through objective measurements from the job site. Recommendations, modifications and resources are given to assist in lowering the risk of injury or re-occurrence of symptoms for a specific employee or for all employees performing this position.
Post Offer Employment Testing (POET)
Following a comprehensive assessment of the physical demand of your job’s essential functions, REHAB AT WORK will develop an objective testing protocol to determine whether candidates can perform these tasks. Working as your partner, REHAB AT WORK POET’s will assist in answering your needs of a safer workforce while remaining in compliance with EEOC, ADA and existing employment case law.
Return To Work Evaluations
Much like the POET, this would follow a comprehensive assessment of the physical demands of your job’s essential functions. An objective testing protocol would be developed to determine the employee’s readiness to return to work safely following an absence from their job. Working as your partner, REHAB AT WORK will assist in answering your needs of a safer workforce while remaining in compliance with EEOC, ADA and existing employment case law.
Transition to Work Programs
The Transition to Work program can include several components depending on the need of the injured worker. It could include an FCE, Work Hardening and/or Work Conditioning, and/or Work Site Ergonomic Analysis. These services are used with Job Coaching and a Team Meeting with the supervisor, employer, case manager and physician to transition the injured worker back to work.
Injury Prevention Programs
We design and provide on the job educational and fitness programs for employers, providing their employees with education and training to help reduce worker injuries and lost workdays of production for the employer.