On average, WorkSTEPS testing reduces the incidence and cost of musculoskeletal injuries by half.
WorkSTEPS can manage all of your employment testing needs through our easy-to-use online scheduling portal.
WorkSTEPS has one of the largest functional testing provider networks in the US, with more than 1,200+ locations.
WorkSTEPS is continuously reviewed for legal compliance by a leading national employment labor law firm.
WorkSTEPS can provide predictive and measurable ROI based on historical data.
WorkSTEPS has been saving employers money for more than 30 years. We built our network location by location, servicing thousands of employers in all SIC codes.
You can be confident that our scientific, objective, and legally-defensible testing will safely match your candidates with the job you're hiring them to do.
How do you know if an injured employee is safe to go back to work? WorkSTEPS' return-to-work programming provides objective data so you can make informed decisions.
Let our clinicians coordinate effective medical care to control claims costs and get your workers back on the job quickly.
The average employer experiences a 50% reduction in the incidence and cost of musculoskeletal injuries in the first year following implementation.
According to the National Safety Council, the average work-related injury costs employers $39,000.00 in direct costs. Considering one out of every 10 workers will report a musculoskeletal injury, testing with WorkSTEPS will reduce your injuries and save you money.
In the first year of employment, workers who passed a pre-employment physical capacity test spent about 15% less in health care costs.
“Back injuries went from 46 per year to 5 per year in a two year period, while injury expenses decreased 84% the first year we implemented the WorkSTEPS Program.”
"I am astonished at the success we've had at reducing our workers' compensation costs. We experienced a 70% reduction in the severity of our claims and a 40% reduction in the frequency of our claims"
The first year we implemented the WorkSTEPS program we reduced our lifting claims from 75 to 11. Total claims went from 344 to 79. And we’ve reduced our workers’ compensations cost by $1,000,000.00
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