Urgent Care & Occupational Health in Stockton

Urgent Care & Occupational Health
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Navigating Shifting COVID Protocols in the Workplace

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The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted life and work as we know it. It has been a period marked by rapid, ongoing change for many organizations. As employers begin to lift their pandemic-related safety requirements, they should also note the ongoing obligations to protect the health and safety of their employees and support their expectations of a post-COVID “new normal.” As businesses come surging back, management teams are responsible for leading their companies through these fast-moving changes.

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Avoiding Narcotic Dependence

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Employers need trustworthy employees who can perform their agreed-upon duties without personal issues causing disruption. Drugs in the workplace can negatively impact employee performance, personal health, and workplace safety. Establishing and maintaining a drug-free workplace through the development of expected and supportive policies and procedures, can boost your business by attracting preferable employees to help the organization grow without the costs and distractions often associated with drugs in the workplace.

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Managing a Return to Work after COVID

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As we enter a new era of workplace safety and security following the COVID-19 lockdown, employees should be able to confidently return to work, onsite or remotely, and administrators must have the peace of mind that they are complying with the new requirements. Getting back to work in the office while keeping employees and visitors protected from the current pandemic should be of the utmost importance to all employers.

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The Importance of Heat Awareness and Hydration

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Working in hot conditions isn’t just difficult - it can be dangerous. When the human body is unable to maintain a normal temperature, heat-related illnesses can occur and may result in death. Be prepared and decrease the chances of your employees overheating by protecting them from heat-related illnesses.

Heat Awareness

The risk of heat-related illnesses and stress is increased in employees who work outdoors and in hot environments, such as bakeries, construction sites, factories, farms, fires, and mines.

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Stockton Urgent Care & Occupational Health

Elk Grove Urgent Care & Occupational Health

Important Notice: If your emergency occurs after regular business hours, please visit your nearest emergency room. For life threatening injury or illness, call 911 or visit your nearest emergency room.