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Workforce's Employer Services Division offers many solutions to assist employers with current employee personal health-related issues, DOT Certifications, CDL Licenses, mandatory annual randomized drug screens, return-to-work physicals, and more.


Our team also provides clients with prospective employee on-boarding solutions including new hire drug screens and physicals, fit-for-duty examinations, and more.


Workforce can assist your company with a wide-range of employer services, including:


  • Urine Drug Screens (multiple types / panels)

  • Breath Alcohol Tests

  • DOT Medical Cards / Physicals

  • Short-Term Disability / Return to Work Physicals

  • Audiograms

  • Urine Cobalt Tests

  • Respirator Fit Tests

  • Pulmonary Function Tests

  • Hepatitis Vaccines

  • Tetanus Shots

  • New Hire / Fit for Duty Physicals

Workforce can assist your company's Human Resource and Safety Departments by coordinating and organizing multiple types of required tests for both new and current employees. The types of tests Workforce currently coordinates include:


Employees that arrive at work with a personal health illness or condition can impact their ability to safely perform their essential job duties, putting themselves and other employees throughout the jobsite or workplace at greater risk.

Workforce can assist employers implement policies in which employees off work for personal medical conditions are required to have a "Job Description" form completed and signed by their treating physician prior to resuming their job confirming they can safely perform the functions of their position.


Workforce offers our clients the service of creating comprehensive "Job Descriptions" which can be useful legally viable tools in multiple human resource functions such as hiring, disciplinary actions, union negotiations, workers' compensation, and disability programs. To assist our partners in this implementation of this process, Workforce is able to:

  • View and record the descriptions of each task and the corresponding data

  • Submit drafts of the written job descriptions to the management for review and revision

  • Conduct training sessions for management on description development and revision

  • Review aspects of the Job Descriptions that can be impacted by the ADA


Workforce can access and present on a variety of different training programs for employers and employees in the workplace or jobsite. These topics include:

  • Occupational Health Issues

  • Body Mechanics

  • Stress Management

  • Safety Issues

  • Injury Prevention

  • Bloodborne Pathogens

  • Ergonomics

  • Americans With Disabilities Act

  • Job Descriptions / Job Analysis

  • Human Resources Issues

  • Workplace Violence

  • Drug Testing

  • Occupational Hazards

  • Customized Training Programs


  • Develop High-Quality, Responsive Medical Provider Panels

  • Access Employee Assistance Services

  • Provide Consultation on Issues Related to Human Resources

  • Arrange Employer Specific Work-Site Safety Programs

  • Coordinate an Ergonomic Consultation

  • Coordinate Safety Committees

  • Design and Coordinate Employment Testing Procedures

  • Create Policy Statements (Zero Tolerance for Drug Use, Workplace Violence, etc.)

  • Coordinate Drug & Alcohol Testing Programs

  • Coordinate Disability Management Services For Employers

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