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Our Approach Reduces TRIF

Our Approach Reduces TRIF. One metric stands out as a key indicator of workplace safety performance: the Total Recordable Incident Frequency (TRIF). At Unlimited Medical, we understand that reducing TRIF is not just about numbers; it’s about ensuring the well-being of your employees and the smooth operation of your business. Our unique approach to injury follow-up is designed to provide the momentum needed to keep workers healing and return them to work swiftly and safely. Here’s how we do it, and why a strong relationship with your occupational health clinic is crucial for improving your company’s safety statistics.

Proactive Follow-Up: The Key to Reducing TRIF

At Unlimited Medical, we prioritize follow-up care within the crucial first two weeks after an injury occurs. Good follow-up is key for a couple reasons:

1. Enhanced Healing and Recovery:

Prompt medical attention and continuous follow-up care significantly improve the chances of a full and quick recovery. Scheduling follow-up appointments within the first two weeks ensures that complications or issues are identified and addressed early. This proactive approach helps in reducing the impact of injuries. It also speeds up the return-to-work process as limitations progress with healing.

2. Maintaining Momentum:

Consistent follow-up care keeps the recovery process on track. It provides injured workers with a clear plan and the necessary support to stay engaged in their healing journey. This momentum is crucial in preventing setbacks and ensuring that workers do not feel abandoned or demotivated during their recovery period.

Closing the Gaps: No Worker Left Behind

One of the standout features of Unlimited Medical’s approach is our care for customers. We understand that missed appointments can lead to gaps in care, delayed recovery, and higher TRIF rates. To combat this, we take the following steps:

Employer Notification:

When an injured worker misses an appointment, we immediately inform the employer. This communication ensures that the employer is aware of any potential issues and can take steps to encourage the worker to reschedule. This collaborative approach ensures that no worker slips through the cracks and that every injury is managed effectively.

Consistency in Care:

By keeping both the employer and the worker informed, we create a consistent and reliable system of care. This consistency not only improves the chances of a full recovery but also demonstrates to employees that their well-being is a priority. This can boost morale and trust within the workplace, leading to a more engaged and committed workforce.

How a Strong Relationship with Your Occupational Health Clinic Reduces TRIF

Building a strong relationship with your occupational health clinic, like Unlimited Medical, offers numerous benefits that directly impact your company’s safety statistics:

1. Customized Care and Expertise:

A clinic that understands your business and its specific needs can provide tailored care and advice. This customized approach ensures that the health services provided are aligned with the risks and demands of your industry, leading to more effective injury prevention and management strategies.

2. Streamlined Communication and Support:

A solid relationship with your clinic means streamlined communication and support. When everyone is on the same page, it reduces the chances of miscommunication and ensures that all parties are working together towards the common goal of reducing TRIF. This partnership approach fosters a culture of safety and health within your organization.

3. Reliable and Relatable Care

Both the employer and their workers benefit from a relationship with an occupational health clinic. Expectations become clear for both partiers which has an impact on statistics. A good occupational health clinic understands that worker perception and education is important to facilitate healing and proper care. Simple things like ensuring an injured worker understands the difference between first aid care and medical treatment can help with trust, healing and reporting. That’s why our approach reduces TRIF statistics.

A group of happy workers, our approach reduces TRIF allowing you to be competitive leading to work and happy workers
happy workers reduces TRIF

Why not reduce your TRIF today?

Our approach reduces TRIF because TRIF  is a critical aspect of maintaining a safe and productive workplace. At Unlimited Medical, our unique approach to injury follow-up every two weeks, combined with our rigorous appointment management system, ensures that injured workers receive the care they need to recover swiftly and return to work. By building a strong relationship with our clinic, you gain access to customized care, expertise, and streamlined communication, all of which contribute to the best possible safety statistics for your company. Together, we can create a safer, healthier, and more productive work environment.

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Dale Plett

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