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Workplace Risk Assessment and Safety Plan Consulting

Do You Need An AED? (hint: if your organization does not have one, please consider this carefully ... and get one!

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Do You Need a First Aid/Trauma Kit? (hint: if your organization does not have one, please consider this carefully ... and get one!

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  • Educational Institution with a Sports Program (College/UniversityHigh School, Middle School)

  • Recreation Center

  • Tennis Club

  • Golf Club

  • Sports Club

  • Country Club

  • Resort

  • Action Park

  • Equestrian Center

  • Kart Racing Facility

  • Sports Tournament Organizer

  • Fitness Facility

  • Fitness Boot Camp

  • Child Care, Day Care, Pre-School Child Care


General Industry

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What if.....

  • Sudden Cardiac Arrest - your member athlete/employee collapses

  • Asthma - your member athlete/employee  can't breathe and panics

  • Heat - your member/employee  is "out of it" and collapses

  • Collision - your member/employee  collides with another athlete or is thrown and is not moving

  • Bee Sting - your member/employee  starts wheezing and his/her skin breaks out in hives

  • Seizure - your member/employee  starts jerking uncontrollably

  • Fire - a fire erupts

  • Tornado - hazardous weather rolls in quickly

Would your employees and coaching staff/supervisors know what to do in each of these situations?

Mitigate your risk with a customized safety system which includes staff training and an emergency action plan.

Did you know that you risk significant liability if you do not meet the required safety standards for your organization?


According to OSHA, "An emergency action plan must be in writing, kept in the workplace, and available to employees for review." All employers with 10 or more employees must:

  • Have a written emergency action preparedness program that describes what actions organizations must take to ensure both member and employee safety from fire and other emergency.

  • Designate and train a sufficient number of staff to assist in a safe and orderly evacuation of other employees.

Musculoskeletal Disorders and Worker's Compensation

  • Overexertion is a leading cause of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs) among construction workers.

  • Nearly 90% of construction jobs require manual handling of materials for approximately one half of the worker’s time.

  • In 2015, overexertion from lifting and lowering materials caused 30% of WMSDs among construction workers; overexertion involving pushing, pulling, holding, carrying, and catching materials caused an additional 37% of WMSDs (Source).


Do You Have a Strategy to Protect Your Workers?

  • Here is a study showing the tremendous benefits of hands-on manual muscle therapy to both treat and mitigate injury risk. 

  • We can provide your company with this type of care.

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