Your company needs to be sure all your employees are capable of performing their jobs and that you’re legally compliant with all regulatory requirements.
You can trust WorkSTEPS to ensure that your organization is compliant with state and federal regulations, such as those of OSHA and US-DOT. Beyond meeting requirements, we can help you develop, implement, and manage a program of occupational medical exams and services which helps your company improve workforce health, safety, and productivity and reduces risks and costs, all contributing to a culture WorkSTEPS of health and safety.
Our team of occupational medicine clinicians can review your employee medical exams to ensure quality and accuracy. WorkSTEPS records from reviewing thousands of CDL medical exams show that over 20% of exams container errors and omissions. Clinician Review for each and every CDL exam provides an extra layer of assurance that your DOT drivers will receive an error-free exam and examiner’s determination, which in turn reduces your liability and risk exposure.
WorkSTEPS is committed to helping customers mitigate liability risk, so you can be sure our tests are up to date with the latest federal and state regulations, including OSHA, DOT, CDL, ADA, Workers Comp, Disability, and more. Continuously updated information from our digital backbone ensures that we will proactively schedule and perform tests at required intervals.
Regulatory Medical & Non-Regulated Exams are administered by our trained and certified network of healthcare professionals (physicians, nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, etc.), available to you and your workforce nationwide. For those who go beyond what’s legally required, our guidance on non-regulated exams relies on data analytics to determine problem spots and areas of opportunity specific to your industry, business, customers and culture.
Contact Ben today to learn more about WorkSTEPS Services, and how we can help you with the lowering injury rates and employee related health costs.
Ben Hoffman, Chief Medical Officer