Questions about occupational health services? Why is what we do important? You don’t know what you don’t know, but we can clear that up for you. As an employer, be informed about Sam’s knee injury from playing softball in college, or Nathan’s vertigo that he didn’t think was a big deal. While some conditions might not impede someone from doing their job, it’s good to have it on your radar to prevent issues and to have it documented as a baseline. Baselines are important if an injury happens at the workplace and rehabilitation is needed. Why are we in the business of Occupational Health? One third of your life is spent working. And while we hope you love what you do, we see great value in making sure that every employee is physically fit to do their job. While this may sound ‘basic’ we know how important it is both for the employee and employer. According to the National Safety Council, nearly 13,000 American workers are injured every day – that’s one every 7 seconds. We want to work with employees and employers to get that number down.