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Early Intervention Methods Bridge the Gap Between


Summary: A new tool has recently emerged that gives EHS Managers significantly increased control of the injury prevention process. The use of Certified Athletic Trainers in the work environment provides an agile process that seeks out and addresses potential injury-causing situations or injuries as they develop. These are specially adapted Athletic Trainers, known as Certified Early Intervention Specialists™ (CEIS™), who have successfully developed a skill-set that combines knowledge from both the traditional Athletic Training and Occupational Health & Safety professional communities. This new approach to controlling injuries has consistently delivered impressive results for the innovative industrial organizations that have utilized the method.


 

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