News and Announcements
COVID-19 Pandemic Webinar
Watch a webinar recorded March 26 to learn information on COVID-19 and its effect on companies.
Hear about federal regulations and information on what companies can do to help the strain on medical facilities. Information is provided on how to direct sick employees, prevent illness, and when to return to work after an illness.
Protect Your Employees’ Ears
Hearing loss is one of the most preventable workplace hazards that can negatively affect a worker’s wellness and a business’s productivity. Once an employee’s hearing is damaged, it can’t be recovered. Sanford OccMed is here to prevent hearing loss by making sure your workers have the right protection and are using it correctly. Learn about hearing conservation programs and the steps you need to take to protect your employees at the worksite and beyond.
Minimizing Workplace Hazards
Sanford OccMed onsite evaluations include addressing hazardous toxins, unsafe work practices and dangerous noise exposures as well as providing guidance on how to mitigate these hazards. Our recommendations will first seek to eliminate any risks. Since that’s not always possible, our team will try to replace the danger, keep workers away from it, change how they work with it or provide them with protection. Meet with a Sanford OccMed professional to ensure your worksite is following OSHA regulations and your business is providing a safe workplace for your employees.
Air Quality in the Workplace
Learn more about the hidden dangers of bad air quality and toxins. These substances can cause lung damage and other serious health complications in your workforce. Keep employees away from toxins or make sure they wear air respirators if they must work near them. Always ensure your business is meeting OSHA regulations to keep your employees safe from bad air quality and its associated medical conditions.
Local Access to Expert Occupational Medicine Services
When you work with Sanford OccMed, you’re connecting to a network of care. We have clinics located in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota to help you find occupational medicine services close to home.