Employees who currently experience pain or discomfort related to the physical requirements of their job may benefit from an ergonomic workstation evaluation.
The Fort Zumwalt School District in St. Charles County faced a dilemma familiar to other large employers: how to provide employees with high quality health care and not be eaten alive by the cost. They decided to try an option that’s been growing in popularity for the last several years.
The new standards require employers to limit exposures and take steps to protect workers, including medical exams. BarnesCare can help your company establish a respirable crystalline silica medical surveillance program and comply with the new standards.
About 2.3 million people in the U.S. are exposed to silica at work. Workers who inhale these small particles are at an increased risk for a number of diseases.
BarnesCare wants to be the trusted partner for your substance abuse testing program. We have a dedicated team of professionals to help you with all aspects of program administration. You can count on our expert knowledge and personalized customer service for your Department of Transportation (DOT) and non-DOT program needs.
BarnesCare’s substance abuse testing services are your company's best resource for maintaining the highest standards of employee safety, health and productivity. The BarnesCare team can help you determine the best testing program for your specific needs.
Workplace screenings help employees learn and understand their health measurements and risks. They can be a great way to kick off a new wellness initiative or an annual offering to engage employees and remind them that their health is important to your organization.
More companies are finding essential function tests (EFTs) can be a cost-effective and necessary step in their hiring process. EFTs help ensure that candidates are able to meet the requirements of a job, reducing the likelihood of injury.
Over the past two years, BarnesCare's diabetes education program has been instrumental in helping employees reach goals such as losing weight, preventing a diagnosis of diabetes or improving the outcomes of their conditions.
BarnesCare has adopted new Department of Transportation (DOT) Medical Review Board recommendations on obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) screening for drivers. Beginning immediately, BarnesCare providers performing DOT certification examinations will include the newly recommended criteria to help determine if a driver should seek further medical evaluation for OSA.