REDUCE WORKPLACE MSK
On - site services. One price. 2x/month 12 months.
Injury prevention with Fox Valley Mobile PT
We are on - site twice a month for a year, delivering high quality education in large groups, small groups and one on one in all of your business units, analyzing your workforce in action, preparing expert recommendations that don't involve huge equipment purchases.
The process I’ve chosen to work with has been developed by an expert physical therapist with 42 years of treating and preventing workplace injuries. This program has been delivered to more than 600 workplaces across the US while tracking OSHA records which have shown an average 70% reduction in lost workdays from following the program.
$33,000 per MSK injury
More than a billion dollars a week spent by U.S. businesses on musculoskeletal injuries.
(This is direct costs only!)
MSKs are responsible for almost 30 percent of all workers’ compensation costs, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
Is your company contributing too much to these stats?
I work with small to mid-sized companies to reduce MSK injury costs.
My objective is to lower your MSK costs.
The average cost of one workplace MSK injury is $33,000 to the employer (S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS))
Let’s prevent and or reduce the severity of one.
“Employers that implement effective safety and health management systems may expect to significantly reduce injuries and illnesses and reduce the costs associated with these injuries and illnesses, including workers' compensation payments, medical expenses, and lost productivity. In addition, employers often find that process and other changes made to improve workplace safety and health may result in significant improvements to their organization's productivity and profitability.”
The benefits of workplace injury prevention programs, in general, according to OSHA.
Here’s what OSHA has to say (https://www.osha.gov/businesscase)
“Over 60 percent of chief financial officers in one survey reported that each $1 invested in injury prevention returns $2 or more. Over 40 percent of chief financial officers cited productivity as the top benefit of an effective workplace safety program.”
Source: Chief Financial Officer Survey. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, (2005).
“A forest products company saved over $1 million in workers' compensation and other costs from 2001 to 2006 by investing approximately $50,000 in safety improvements and employee training costs. The company has participated in OSHA's Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) since 1998.”
Source: Anthony Forest Products. OSHA Small Business Success Stories, (February 2007).”
How can investing in workplace safety and health improve your organization's financial performance according to OSHA?
“Workplace safety was among the top criteria employees consider when evaluating a new job offer from a small business, according to a survey from an insurance company.”
Source: Workplace Safety Can Give Small Business Owners a Recruiting Edge, EMPLOYER Survey Finds (Sep. 2017).
“Companies that did not adequately manage workplace safety and health performed worse financially than those who did from November 2004 to October 2007. Investors could have increased their returns during this period had they accounted for workplace safety and health performance in their investment strategy.”
Source: Goldman Sachs JBWere Finds Valuation Links in Workplace Safety and Health Data. Goldman Sachs JBWere Group, (October 2007). See Press Release.
“There is a direct positive correlation between investment in safety, health, and environmental performance and its subsequent return on investment.”
Source: White Paper on Return on Safety Investment. American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), (June 2002).