On-Site Occupational Health and Rehabilitation: A Model for the Manufacturing and Service Industries describes how to establish an on-site occupational health program, from a sample of a request for proposal response, cost-savings reports, and clinical protocols, evaluations, and treatments to corporate awareness of workers' compensation, lost work-time situations, and applications for cost-effective solutions. Contains procedures and guidelines developed by the author for prestigious firms such as Ford Motor Co., General Motors Co., Bank One Corp., The Detroit Newspapers, JaL Specialty Steel Inc., Henry Ford Health System, and PepsiCo, Inc.! Exploring diagnostic mix, clinic size, on-site industrial rehabilitation program benefits, prevention medicine, and wellness and fitness strategies, On-Site Occupational Health and Rehabilitation: A Model for the Manufacturing and Service Industries illustrates how individual corporate environments can adapt to form a patient-centered, high-trust, cooperative, and informed workplace discusses the interrelationship between clinical evaluation and treatment, ADA compliance, work-site ergonomics, on-site job analysis, and placement coordination highlights crucial factors that will determine the success of an on-site medical rehabilitation program offers a prescription for a healthy, safe work environment and more! Including concise at-a-glance summaries of all rehabilitation and health services, On-Site Occupational Health and Rehabilitation: A Model for the Manufacturing and Service Industries is an invaluable resource for all occupational safety and health, occupational and environmental, primary care, family practice, and emergency room physicians; neurologists, physiatrists, and internists; physical and occupational therapists and kinesiotherapists; athletic trainers; exercise physiologists, ergonomists, and applied biomechanists; and upper-level undergraduate, graduate, and medical school students in these disciplines.10. Treadmill 11. Bike: Airdyne; Lifecycle 12. Carts 13. ... The on-site provider team should supply the company (i.e., plant) with a policy and procedures manual that defines acceptable professional practices. This will include physical andanbsp;...
|Title||:||On-Site Occupational Health and Rehabilitation|
|Author||:||Jane Pomper DeHart|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2001-01-20|