CIS onsite has the most comprehensive services on the market. We provide all of these services 24/7 because if your company doesn’t shut down, your injury prevention services shouldn’t either. CIS onsite aims to offer a one-stop-shop for all of your injury prevention needs, except you don’t even have to make one stop, we come to you. We employ athletic trainers, physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, registered nurses, and other highly trained healthcare professionals to serve as our Early Intervention Program (EIP) Specialists. Their expertise can be used in a variety of ways that accommodate the needs of your company. Many companies that offer on-site services focus primarily on reacting to injuries, by providing therapy. Our focus is just the opposite. While we do on-site physical therapy as well, we focus on preventing the injury to begin with. Our EIP Specialists are skilled at risk identification and management. The key to our program is EARLYNESS. We encourage you to contact us as soon as possible when the first signs or symptoms become apparent. We will be on-site, in most cases, less than 24 hours from when you contact us. This allows our EIP Specialists to put an end to these signs and symptoms before they become more severe. They can also identify the cause, and make suggestions on how to prevent it from occurring again. If you’ve looked through our services and don’t see what you’re looking for, contact us and we will do everything we can to make that service a reality for you. Our mission is to protect your most valuable asset, your employees.
Following safe work practices is the primary key to employee safety. Preventing RMIs is just one of many safety benefits of careful, health-minded behaviors. Some examples are:
The risks of many RMIs become less prevalent to those who take care of themselves physically. Getting a sufficient amount of rest, maintaining a healthy diet, and getting enough exercise outside of work are all things that will contribute greatly to reducing RMI hazards.
Studies show taking small hourly breaks throughout the workday offers more reparative benefits than one long break. It’s important you don’t skip breaks — take advantage of opportunities to stand, walk, stretch your muscles, close your eyes, or, depending on the severity of repetition involved in your work, stop moving altogether and rest