The government of Ontario will reward its safest employers with an estimated $140 million for excellence in occupational health and safety as part of a first-of-its-kind in Canada program unveiled today.
WELLINGTON AT WORK PROVIDES AN EFFICIENT AND SUSTAINABLE PROCESS FOR THE REFERRAL AND ASSESSMENT OF YOUR EMPLOYEES WITH DRUG AND ALCOHOL DISORDERS AND POSITIVE DRUG AND ALCOHOL SCREENS.
OUR PHYSICIAN, LICENSED MEDICAL REVIEW OFFICER, WITH TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE FOR DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF DRUG AND ALCOHOL DISORDERS, PROVIDE EVALUATION OF AN EMPLOYEE BEFORE THEY CAN RETURN TO YOUR SAFETY SENSITIVE WORKPLACE.
SUN SAFETY- PROTECT YOUR SKIN
Using an Advanced
UV detection Camera, the Sun Damage Awareness clinic will identify cumulative
A photo image is
taken of the face to produce any sun damage results.
At the clinic our
Health Professional will provide education about the use of sunscreen and sun
damage prevention tips
Awareness clinics will include
- UV detection Camera Photograph
- Education and Prevention Tips
- Information that the patient can share with their treating physician
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Wellington at Work are pleased to welcome James D’Astolfo RN to the Professional Medical Assessments team. James brings extensive experience in the health consulting field, providing in home assessments and rehabilitation management in both the insurance and legal fields. James will be an asset to our Professional Medical Assessments team.
Wellington at Work are pleased to welcome Dr Harry Kaufman DC to the Professional Medical Assessments team. Dr Kaufman brings extensive experience in the clinical area of functional assessments. Dr Kaufman will provide excellent support to our insurance, legal and employer clients.