Occupational Medicine FAQs
When employees are validated as capable to perform their tasks through testing, the results include not only a safer workplace but one that’s more productive, with fewer work-related injuries and lower costs.
Verifying that employees are fit for tasks demanded by their jobs, and properly screened for both prior injuries, conditions and substance abuse, helps ensure a healthy workforce. Employers utilizing Employee Testing programs experience typical work injury reductions of 50% during the first year of implementation with continued reductions in the second and third years.
Our on-site occupational health care team can come to your workplace for a range of cost effective screening, testing, treatment, and prevention and job site assessment programs.
Our Colorado Level II certified Occupational Medicine specialists provide comprehensive corporate healthcare and fitness and employee testing services to companies of all sizes in and around the Front Range area. Peak Form uses the nationally recognized and cost-effective Functional Employee Testing Program — WorkSTEPS.
Employees and Employers: For the most up-to-date information on Workers’ Compensation in Colorado, please consult the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment: https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdle/dwc
Workers’ compensation is insurance that provides wage replacement and medical treatment for employees with work-related injuries or illnesses. The employer pays for this insurance and informs employees on coverage, protocols, providers and treatment centers.