EJGH@Work Program

Commercial Drivers Program Maintaining a healthy and productive workforce is important to your business.

Maintaining safe vehicles is important to your business. But maintaining a healthy and productive workforce is important too.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics there were more than 5,000 fatal work injuries in the United States in 2007. The second highest rate of fatalities was in transportation and warehousing, second only to the construction industry.

Professional drivers are at higher risk than other industries for developing a number of health-related problems and conditions, including:

  • Poor nutritional habits
  • Obesity
  • Sleep apnea
  • Hypertension
  • Heart disease
  • Tobacco use
  • Drug and alcohol use
  • Back pain Stress
  • Lack of exercise
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    Worksite wellness programs provide you with a long-term answer for keeping employees well, productive, and continually on the job. When employees are healthier, the company benefits in many ways, such as:

    • Lower healthcare costs
    • Reduced lost time due to injury and illness
    • Increased productivity
    • Increased self-esteem
    • Greater employee satisfaction / retention

    Every dollar invested in worksite wellness is returned to your company through less absenteeism, improved health habits and morale, lower medical costs and increased output from healthier employees.

    East Jefferson General Hospital’s Commercial Drivers’ Wellness Program is designed specifically for drivers and their employers. Our focus is on the specific healthcare and performance needs of drivers.

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    EJGH@Work will establish a comprehensive program and provide you with the road map needed to improve the health and well being of your drivers. This individualized program will reduce healthcare costs by improving the health and wellness of your employees.

    Each program will be designed specifically to meet your needs, but all of our programs include the following components:

    • Assessment
    • Identification of health risks
    • Program development
    • Intervention
    • Evaluation