Are you looking for best practice recommendations, how different solutions may work for you, and quick tips for success? Look no further than right here where our team shares their thoughts and perspectives on a variety of valuable injury prevention topics.
Learn how the mental health of your construction workforce is just as important as their physical safety.Read More
Why work conditioning is an important component to the physical success of a returning worker.Read More
Trucking Company Settlement Highlights Importance of Properly Designed Pre-Employment Screening.Read More
Another Settlement Highlights Importance of Properly Designed and Monitored Pre-Employment Screening.Read More
Injury prevention solutions come in all shapes and sizes. They depend on numerous factors, including the characteristics of the injuries, the type of work, the work environment, the number and distribution of employees, budgets, and most important—the client’s goals.Read More
A quick video showing how the design of a screen program can get you into legal trouble.View Video
A quick discussion on how the pre- and post-offer stage affects the hiring process.View Video
A quick video discussing the relationship between essential functions and the ADA.View Video
Another 2 minute video discussing the impact of essential functions on the hiring process.View Video
An appropriately designed post-offer pre-employment screen program must be sensitive to and support your unique business objectives.Read More
Common practices is to have an EMT on your construction site ready to react to an injury. But what if you have a resource that could administer pre-injury first aid when discomfort first appears to keep your workers out of the claims pipeline and on the job.
Here is part two on our topic of providing employers guidance on hiring practices.View Video
Here is a quick 2 minute video providing employers guidance on hiring practices.View Video
Here is a quick 4 minute video discussing legal issues that arise when different perspectives and expectations collide with hiring new employees.View Video
You may have heard that conducting post-offer physical ability screens on job applicants is a great strategy to avoid injuries. As a leading provider of this service, of course we agree, but we are also objective enough to say, “It depends.” To help you look at this injury prevention option realistically, here are some things to consider.Read More
Atlas Injury Prevention Solutions celebrates 20 Years of Operation.
National Athletic Trainers Month is an opportunity to take a deeper look into the modern role of Athletic Trainers.
Here are several good tips on safety awareness.
Want to drive down MSD injuries with a proven solution? Try a stretching program.Read More
Excelling at safety means making worker well-being a priority on the job site.Read More
From stretching routinely after meetings to taking walks during breaks, there are several routines and exercises to improve your posture at work.
Stay safe this winter when shoveling is needed to be done.Read More
Atlas IPS named to the List of Michigan’s Best and Brightest in Wellness Winners in 2021.
Here is a short video discussing early intervention service options.View Video
Here is a short video discussing ergonomics and early intervention.View Video
Mental illnesses such as depression are also associated with higher rates of injury/disability along with unemployment.Read More
Here is an excellent short video discussing early intervention and when an event becomes recordable.View Video
Here is a quick video discussing early intervention, OSHA, and exercise.View Video
Here is a quick video discussing where early intervention services should be performed.View Video
10 Ergonomic Teaching Tips to Help Employees Get Maximum Health Results.Read More
Lack of awareness issues are the leading cause of injury on many job sites. What tactics are you using to keep your workers focused and mindful on the job?Read More
We all need more physical activity in our lives. Here are some tips to help get us there.View Video
As some workers remain remote and others return to the workplace, what strategies are you using to keep an aging workforce healthy?Read More
Are you part of the 40% of the population that experiences Sciatica at some point in their adult life.View Video
Are you sitting most of the day for your job? Are you experiencing back pain while you sit? Are you sitting right?View Video
What drives excellent safety programs? Leadership is what builds the culture of a successful ergonomics program.Read More
Research says it takes 66 days to create a new habit but we say do it until you begin to crave the reward.Read More
By making your resolutions realistic, there is a greater chance that you will keep them throughout the year.Read More
Steve and Atlas President Jim Landsman discuss how he navigated the pandemic as a business leader, contracting the Covid virus himself, and living through the nightmare.Read More
Therapist Versus Ergonomist for Home Office Evaluations
Read our recent article in Professional Safety Journal Magazine on the relationship between demographics and discomfort in the truck driving industry.Read More
Using a physical therapist to address discomfort within the office environment is often the best choice for several reasons.Read More
Leave it to ergonomics professionals with experience to quickly and accurately assess jobs.Read More
“What do you get when you put 20 software programmers in a room?” This sounds like the beginning of a joke, but for those spending countless hours on a computer in pain, the punch line isn’t funny. The obvious answer to the question is “simply more software.”Read More
The key to effectively implementing a solution enterprise wide is to pilot and test the solution prior to moving forward with implementation.Read More
Of all our injury prevention solutions, post-offer pre-employment physical function screens provide the highest level of legal anxiety for current and potential clients.Read More
When it comes to workplace injury, soft tissue massage is considered first aid for record keeping purposes no matter who provides it.Read More
Recently I stated one of our guiding principles is ‘Ergonomics Is Not The Only Answer.’ The risk in making such a statement is leading people to believe it is okay to leave ergonomics out of the solution set. The truth is—doing so is as risky as believing ergonomics is the only answer.Read More