Atlas IPS Releases Study on Injury Reduction through Early Intervention


Release: Immediate
Date: December 14, 2015
Media Contacts:  
James Landsman  
Atlas Injury Prevention Solutions  
(616) 844-6322 ext. 3201

Grand Haven, Michigan (December 14, 2015) – With workers’ compensation injuries and illnesses remaining one of the top business costs, Atlas Injury Prevention Services (Atlas IPS) has released a white paper illustrating how Early Intervention programs can reduce costs associated with such risks.

Titled Injury Prevention through Early Intervention: Regulations and Results, the paper discusses the severity of workers’ compensation injuries and illnesses, plus outlines the compliance boundaries companies must understand and adhere to when launching an Early Intervention program. 

Atlas IPS injury prevention and ergonomics experts present key information on Early Intervention strategies, which focus on early reporting of soreness, pain, or discomfort before an injury occurs or the condition progresses. Also, the white paper discusses the parameters of recordable injuries versus first aid as defined by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), and how businesses can reduce and prevent recordable injuries and their associated costs while complying with OSHA regulations.

“Typically businesses do not have a plan and default to the traditional medical model,” says Drew Bossen, Atlas Executive Vice President and expert in physical therapy and injury prevention. “With only rare exception, this type of a response will lead to a recordable injury or illness. Conversely, a proactive plan incorporating Early Intervention can have an immense impact on cases and their associated costs.”

Also included is a structural outline of an Early Intervention program as well as scientific research and literature that demonstrate the potential cost savings an organization may experience.

“Workers’ compensation injuries and illnesses continue to erode organizational profitability,” says Bossen. “This paper shows that the key to an effective Early Intervention strategy is understanding the compliance boundaries and how to deploy and operate a program within those boundaries.”

To download the white paper, visit or click here

About Atlas Injury Prevention Solutions:
Atlas Injury Prevention Solutions (Atlas IPS) is a leading injury prevention and management service and technology provider, helping customers reduce the spiraling costs of injuries within industrial, office, distribution, transportation, and healthcare environments. Atlas guides clients to financially evaluate and define the appropriate strategy, and offers services that are uniquely simple, measurable, and cost effective. Atlas IPS provides turnkey support through the nation’s largest network of professional service providers or can assist corporate resources with the necessary training and technology. Atlas IPS is located in Grand Haven, Michigan, and additional information can be found at