As COVID vigilance continues, it’s time to get creative with workforce injury prevention programs.
Whether your focus is on your current team or new hires, this practical webinar, Getting Creative – Injury Prevention and COVID, offers new approaches and practical ideas.
|July 21, 2020||10am CST,
11am EST, 8am PST
Kevin serves as CEO for WorkWell, specialists for 25+ years in workplace injury prevention and treatment through onsite prevention and POET programs. He brings nearly 30 years of injury prevention, analytics and operational management experience to his role, including work in high tech and manufacturing industries and as a consulting manager with Accenture’s business strategy practice. He has an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
Cory owns and operates Forward Motion Physical Therapy, which provides on the job site physical therapy clinics in the Vancouver, WA area. The practice uses various movement and manual therapy approaches to empower people toward an autonomous state of movement related health. He also serves as the current Communications Chair of the Occupational Health Special Interest Group of the American Physical Therapy Association and co-hosts, along with Sandy Hilton, the popular Pain Science and Sensibility Podcast. He has authored peer reviewed publications and has presented nationally on application of graded exposure, graded activity, edge work, novel movements, movement variability, and application of care to the workplace.
Eva received her undergraduate and Masters of Physical Therapy from Temple University. She has worked in various positions as a physical therapist, manager and director for 27 years and currently serves as Onsite Services Manager for WorkWell. Eva is an OSHA certified provider and has specialized in Industrial Rehab for the past 3 years, providing onsite workplace injury prevention, ergonomic analysis, job function analysis and job coaching for industries such as paper, plastic, glass and pipe.
Marc, a graduate of Loma Linda University, received a bachelor’s degree in Life Sciences and a Master of Physical Therapy degree in June 1993. He is the Managing Principal of Injury Prevention & Management Consulting. Marc founded Highland Park Physical Therapy in 2001, shortly before joining WorkWell Systems as a specialist focused on Rapid Return to Work, Stress Factor Analysis and implementation of internet-based injury prevention and management programs for industrial clients. He has assisted in the development and implementation of on-site ergonomic programs for a Silicon Valley-based high-tech Fortune 100 Company, and served as a member on their ergonomic safety committee as an external consultant.