ErgoScience adds drug/alcohol screening to employee testing suite, with EDPM partnership

[fa icon="calendar'] May 29, 2015 8:00:00 AM / by Deborah Lechner

ErgoScience, a national provider of physical abilities tests for employers, health care providers, and insurance carriers, announces a partnership for drug-free workplaces with EDPM, a national drug/alcohol testing company.

ErgoScience helps employers create a safer, more profitable and productive workplace through the use of research-proven physical abilities testing. EDPM protects the health of its partners businesses through drug/alcohol testing and education.

The partnership will “expand our service offerings for employers,” said Deborah Lechner, President, ErgoScience. “Adding the expert drug/alcohol testing, analysis, and education provided by EDPM will help fulfill our mission to make every workplace safer for employees, while providing every employer a more productive and profitable workforce.”

ErgoScience helps:

  • Employers hire and retain a more productive workforce, creating a safer workplace through a comprehensive suite of injury prevention and rehabilitation services.
  • Healthcare Providers better serve patients, employees, employers and insurance carriers through software and training in functional testing, job analysis, and impairment rating.
  • Insurance Carriers make accurate and objective return-to-work and disability determinations through validated, defensible functional capacity evaluations, return to work screens, ergonomic assessments and impairment ratings.

EDPM tailors scalable solutions that seamlessly and cost-effectively integrate employment screening and educational programs into businesses’ talent management processes. From background checks and supervisor training to policy development and compliance fulfillment, EDPM helps clients create end-to-end solutions that safeguard and protect their human capital.

The partnership will allow employers to acquire drug testing and pre-employment physical abilities testing with one contact, helping reduce time to hire, early-stage turnover and on-the job injuries.

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Deborah Lechner

Written by Deborah Lechner

Deborah Lechner, ErgoScience President, combines an extensive research background with 25-plus years of clinical experience. Under her leadership, ErgoScience continues to use the science of work to improve workplace safety, productivity and profitability.