Occupational Health Services

Occupational and non occupational health services to support your workplace health and safety needs.

Our Comprehensive Services Focus on All Relevant Aspects of Occupational/Non Occupational Health

Workers Practicing Occupational Health & Safety

Protection of your employee’s mental and physical well-being at work
Promotion of overall health and work ability
Prevention and control of health and safety risks and hazards
Prevent occupational diseases and provide advice on safer working conditions, including Covid-19
Provide information and education of risks to the employer and employee

Occupational & Non Occupational Health Services in Accordance with the Canadian Occupational Health and Safety Regulations.

1

WSIB/Work Related Injuries

∙ Job Coaching
∙ Functional Work Capacity
∙ Assessments
∙ Ergonomic Assessment
∙ Graduated Return To Work Program

2

Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA)

∙ Functional Ability Evaluation
∙ Psychological Assessment
∙ Vocational Assessment
∙ Transferable Skills Assessment

3

Specialized Assessments

∙ Noise Exposure Testing
∙ Respiratory Fit Testing
∙ Air Quality Testing
∙ Pre-Employment Physicals

Occupational Health & Safety Assessments

Our multidisciplinary team is specially trained in providing fair and objective assessments of the health of (the individual/your employee) in relation to the specific job they hold or intend to hold.

AUSPICE SAFETY INC. can also provide specialized assessments that are tailored to meet your specific needs to further improve working conditions and protect your employee’s health and well being.

Worker practicing occupational health and safety
Occupational Health & Safety Meeting

Why Occupational Health & Safety is Important

Having a safe working environment is critical to the overall success of a business. Some of the main benefits of prioritizing occupational health and safety at your business include:

  • Reduced workplace injuries & accidents
  • Increased efficiency & productivity
  • Improved employee morale & relations
  • Lower insurance premiums
  • Avoid lawsuits & potentially costly injury-leaves

A good occupational health and safety policy along with a professional assessment can help identify potential risks, ensure employees have proper training, and can minimize workplace safety hazards.

Our Occupational/Non Occupational Health Services

WSIB/Work Related Injuries
• Back Care Evaluation
• Ergonomic Assessment
• Workplace Accommodations
• Physical Demands Analysis
• Cognitive Demands Analysis
• Functional Work Capacity Assessment
• Workplace Hazard Assessment
• Job Task Analysis (Essential/NonEssential Duties)
• Graduated Return to Work Programs
• Job Coaching

Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA)
•Independent Medical Examination
• Psychological Assessment
• Vocational Assessment
• Functional Abilities Evaluations
• Mini FAE
• Vocational Assessments
• Psycho-Vocational Assessment
• Transferable Skills Assessment
• Labour Market Research

Individual /Specialized Assessments
• Fitness to Work Evaluation
• Pre-employment Physical
• Mental Health Services
• Work Hardening/Work Conditioning
• Noise Exposure Testing
• Respirator Fit Testing
• Air Quality Testing

Frequently Asked Questions

Not only is it mandatory by law to keep workers safe and to follow standard safety practices, it’s a moral responsibility. The safety and health of workers should never be compromised for a paycheque. Making safety a top priority is important for the overall productivity of a business, for workplace morale, to prevent accidents and injuries, and to maintain a good business image.

A JHSC is a committee that’s made up of workers which are selected by the unions and workers that they represent. Their main goal is to improve the health and safety conditions of a workplace.

Occupational health and safety laws are important because they:

  • Promote and maintain the social, psychological, and physical well-being of employees
  • Prevent workplace accidents and injuries
  • Ensure that workers have certain rights
  • Set safety standards for workplaces
  • Enforce breaches of workplace safety standards with penalties
  • Protect workers from poor and unsafe working conditions

There’s a common saying amongst health and safety professionals: a safe workplace is a productive workplace.

Studies show that when a workplace has a healthy attention to workplace safety, the productivity is significantly increase and business expenses also decrease. By introducing effective safety training, mitigating risks, and creating an overall healthier workplace you can reduce accidents, improve workers morale, and ultimately have less downtime.

The different types of hazards to watch out for in any workplace include:

  • Safety Hazards
  • Biological Hazards
  • Physical Hazards
  • Ergonomic Hazards
  • Chemical Hazards