Early intervention for Injured Construction Workers: a partnership of the BC Construction Safety Alliance and Back in Motion.
The BC Construction Safety Alliance (BCCSA) has partnered with Back in Motion to deliver ConstructionCare. This service addresses the need for early intervention for Injured Construction Workers, including same-day Physiotherapy Assessments, rapid access to Physician Assessments (with diagnostic testing as needed), and stay at work / return to work coordination.
The goal is to minimize the personal and financial costs often seen with delayed assessments, investigations, and treatment following a workplace injury.
Are you Eligible for ConstructionCare?
- Any employers in Sector 72 – Construction and Aggregate/Ready-Mixed Classification Units can participate.
- Project provides services for simple work-related musculoskeletal injuries, including sprains/strains of muscles, ligaments, and tendons.
What is included in ConstructionCare?
- Experienced Kinesiologist as single point of contact for all Construction Employers
- Orientation and training on simple processes to get you started
- One easy call to schedule a same-day Physiotherapy Assessment for Injured Workers
- Physician Assessment and diagnostic imaging, if required
- Supports to quickly and safely get your Injured Workers back on the job
Expected Benefits of ConstructionCare
- Two weeks or less of time loss for Injured Workers
- More complete recovery, resulting in a lasting return to work
- High Worker and Employer satisfaction with services
Join us for an online Information Session about ConstructionCare. Learn how the services will support Employers to minimize time loss for Injured Workers. Session dates:
Wednesday November 16 at 10am
Tuesday, November 22 at 10am
Wednesday, November 23 at 10am
Abbotsford | Coquitlam | Surrey-Newton | Vancouver | Victoria
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This Project is a partnership of the BC Construction Safety Alliance and Back in Motion.
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