Health assessments customized to fit your department's needs.
Over 95% of participants repeated their voluntary assessments in year two.
Public Safety Health
Public safety professionals take on some of the most demanding and stressful jobs. Because of them, our streets, homes, and communities are safer. But they also work in some of the most unpredictable and volatile environments involving high-stress events, long hours working on little sleep and the sudden need for strength, speed and endurance.
OSHA defines “fit for duty” as the ability of an individual to physically, mentally, and emotionally carry out their job responsibilities without threatening their safety or that of those around them. But nowhere but in public service does this mean so much to so many.
Getting the right people into these roles is important. So much of our health isn’t measured in how much we can lift at the gym; it’s what’s going on inside. And the unfortunate fact is that division leaders, partners, co-workers, and even the individual may be unaware of their true health profile.