Dr. Stephen Grennan and Bio Health Care can save you and your company money by reducing injuries. Learn how we've saved clients millions.
Are you tired of hearing the same messages repeated in your union, association, and OSHA meetings? Looking for new insights on how to reduce injuries and create safer work environments?
Dr. Grennan and the team at Bio Health Care are experts and leaders in injury prevention and joint health. Over the past 20 years, we have presented to associations, conventions, insurance groups, and corporations of all sizes, including: OSHA, Federal Aviation Association, American Trucking Association, and much more.
Audiences embrace our message of finding real solutions for employees, and how and why a body can break down without proper tools for injury prevention. Guests walk away with new tools to take back to their safety department, and a better understanding of injury prevention.
Breakdowns of back, shoulders, knees and wrists are often not by accident, but by design. This has been a problem. that the construction injury has faced for years.
The Clark Safety Group decided it was time to look for new solutions and address these problems in their industry. The Clark Safety Team discovered many of the injuries being recorded were not a result of accidents at all, but by repetitive motion and cumulative trauma.
Discover how Dr. Steve Grennan designed a four-tier program to address injuries, prevent future injuries, increase moral on the job site, and create a stronger workforce with fewer lost days and a reduction in cost.
Hensel Phelps has one of the best safety records in the country. Being a true leader, however, means not resting on past accomplishments, but seeking new goals.
Breakdowns and injuries often occur in the back, shoulders, knees, and wrists. Hensel Phelps was aware this is often not by accident, but by design.
Hensel Phelps safety director implemented a preventative program from Dr. Steve Grennan to offer his workers a proactive approach in order to prevent an injury before it occurred or got worse.
HJ Heins implemented a body response program for its food processing employees to cut down on cumulative trauma, repetitive motion problems, and overall cut down on injuries.
As a leader in its industry, HJ Heins implemented a new method to take care of its most valuable asset: their employees! Musculoskeletal injuries to shoulders, wrists, backs, arms and knees are common in the industry.
To create and maintain an injury-free workplace, Dr. Grennan and HJ Heins national safety director supported workers with our proactive program, while also positively impacting the bottom line.