Workplace Health & Safety Program
TSR designs each Workplace Health & Safety Program
(WHSP) to the specific employer needs and to the type
of work performed. The goal of the WHSP is to reduce
the likelihood of injuries (through ergonomic assessments
and job coaching). Through a collaborative process with
the worker, the work environment and the employer the
physical job demands of the job are analyzed for risk
factors that could be costly to the organization in
terms of injury or sick leave time.
TSR Clinics incorporates the preventative treatments
and the assessments of TSR Clinics to ensure that the
organization and employees receive the best quality
Effective Workplace Health and Safety Programs are
of great value to employers as “50% of workers disabled
for 6 months return to work and 25% of those disabled
for 1 year return to work (1987, WSIB report)”
Frequently asked questions about Workplace
Health & Safety Programs…
Who is WHSP appropriate for?
Companies, organizations both public and private that
would like to reduce company expenditures in terms of
loss in human and financial resources.
What does a WHSP include?
- Uses Energetics™ Approach
- Ergonomic assessments
- Worksite assessments
- Education sessions in proper body mechanics, and
ideal working conditions
- Pre-placement screening
- Back to work programming
- Work station modification
- Reconditioning or work hardening programs
- IME, FAE assessments as needed to determine the
next step with specific employees who have been injured.
How will a WHSP benefit our company?
- A WHSP will reduce expenditures in claims
- It will reduce employee turnover due to injury
- It will help ensure that the employer has a safe
and efficient work environment.