Summary Description: The Onsite Medical will serve as the site's medical representative in the FC. The Onsite Medical will provide functions such as: provide First aid treatment to injured employees, proactively analyze tasks for potential safety issues, participate in the workers' compensation process, and implement a site wellness program.
•Provide triage, first aid and/ or referral to outside medical provider, if indicated. •Maintain all records of treatment given to associates. •Maintain first-aid kits, inventory supplies, restock and clean equipment used in the care of associates. •Contact treating physicians as necessary, to schedule appointments, and if needed restriction clarification, and arrange further treatment. •Train managers and associate volunteers in 1st aid, CPR, AED, Blood Borne Pathogen training. •Provide daily activity logs to the safety and Sr. leadership team. •Provide analysis of all incidents on a monthly basis coupled with a recommendation on how to reduce risk and severity of injuries. •Participate as needed in weekly site case management review meetings with HR, Risk Management and Safety. •Participate in incident investigations as needed. •Develop Physical Demands Assessments for every task. •Attend the weekly associate safety committee meeting. •Evaluate stretching program - assist safety with custom tailored stretching program, possibly through coordination with the off-site medical provider's physical therapy department. •Frequently attend and speak at "start-up" meetings. •Greet all new hires, either through 1-1 interaction or in group setting during new hire orientation •Be actively involved with site Kaizens. •Learn each job function in facility so to fully understand the body mechanics involved in the task. •Frequent "floor time" to interact with both associates and managers •Help coordinate an onsite health fair annually •Understand and learn each department and communicate the proper techniques on how to prevent CTDs •Update the communication board with "at home tips" such as number of hours for sleep, hygiene suggestions and proper foods to eat
Essential Skills, Knowledge and Experience:
•Ability to communicate safety needs at all levels of the organization. •Strong analytical skills: analyze accident data, new processes, and machinery for potential safety concerns and conduct job hazard and job safety analyses.
•Must have an EMT-Basic Certification from the Department of Health from the state they are practicing •Must have a valid card evidencing successful completion of a CPR course at the Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider level (American Heart Association) or Professional Rescuer (American Red Cross) •Candidate must be certified to teach First Aid, CPR, and AED •High School Diploma or GED equivalent required •Associate will be required to maintain all medical credentials •Experience leading and managing a team •Proficiency in Microsoft Office