Jon F Kabance, RKT and Jan Carter, RN.
Recorded on June 9, 2020
The risk of workplace injury is inextricably linked to both physical conditioning and health behavior of your employees. In the face of the rising levels of stress, inactivity, and age-related functional decline within today’s workforce population, the Total Worker Health approach advocates for stronger coordination of efforts to (1) protect employees against injuries and (2) advance their individual well-being, which are often managed completely independent from each other. This session will demonstrate how applying an integrative sports medicine model helps increase the overall impact of existing occupational health and safety initiatives. Through this approach, employees are proactively engaged in preventive exercise, job-task-specific body mechanics coaching, and personalized early intervention programs directly where work is being performed. This session will equip attendees with actionable and evidence-based strategies used to develop, implement, and maintain a comprehensive Total Worker Health program in any workplace setting; speakers will also share insight into building a sustainable support structure around these programs, giving specific consideration to gaining employee buy-in and aligning with employer cost containment objectives.
Upon completion of this session, the learner will be able to:
- Define the value of collaborating with on-site licensed athletic trainers to integrate their observations of at-risk movement and behavior in relation to job tasks, deliver exercise programs, and provide individualized on-site care.
Identify the three core intervention modalities of a comprehensive Total Worker Health strategy.
Leverage evidence-based support strategies to proactively engage with employees on-site and bring measurable improvements in critical Total Worker Health dimensions.
Contact Hours and Cost
1.25 Contact Hours
- Requirements for successful completion: view entire webinar, complete online evaluation
- Contact hours for this webinar will expire on October 2, 2022.
The American Association of Occupational Health Nurses, Inc. (AAOHN) is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
AAOHN follows the American Nurses Credentialing Center guidelines in calculating continuing nursing education credits. With every educational activity and evaluation that is completed, each one (1) hour of education time is equal to one (1) continuing nursing education credit.
The American Association of Occupational Health Nurses, Inc. is additionally approved as a CNE provider by the California Board of Registered Nursing (#CEP9283).
This webinar is sponsored by Industrial Physical Capability Services (IPCS).