You’re a construction foreman. One of your carpenters is using a nail gun and accidentally injures himself. The wound is not life-threatening but could use some attention. The injury has to go on the books, and most likely insurance will get involved because the worker will need to go to the clinic or ER to be treated. This inevitably will cost the company as a whole and increase the number of recordables for the year.

What if there was a better way? Instead of the injured worker having to leave the job-site to receive care and add a recordable to the company’s record, a trained health and safety tech could come right to your workplace. On-Site Health & Safety is a California based company that will do just this. For over 20 years they have been helping companies with first-aid response, drug testing, respiratory fit testing, blood draws, and more. They will come to your worksite 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. The best part is that the injury your worker received stays a first-aid related incident and does not increase the company’s recordables.

All mobile techs are either trained nurses, LVN’s, EMTs, or have EMR training. Techs carry all their gear with them and are knowledgeable about the different types of client work environments that they have to navigate once on-site. They are versed in all safety procedures and protocols for each environment and can even help your company with safety training employees if need be.

1st aid response on-site is the company’s Los Angeles, Anaheim, and San Diego arm. They can respond to all calls in the greater Los Angeles area. On-Site has been recognized time and time again by clients, and industry leaders as the state’s top provider of mobile health and safety care. The company is growing rapidly and has expanded to 8 other states since it first opened in the mid 90’s.

On-Site Health & Safety is definitely a company to watch and a benefit to all companies that have the potential for a workplace injury. For a full list and more information don’t forget to visit their website and give them a call today.


Healthy Eating At Work


Do you eat lunch at your desk every day? Are you eating out or bringing food to work with you? Are you eating with co-workers or alone? All these are questions you should be asking yourself before taking that first bite. Experts say that not only is sitting for too long not good for your health, but it makes you more sluggish and less motivated to get things done. Also, eating alone and not with co-workers can decrease morale and slow productivity overall. If eating a healthier lunch at work and increasing your productivity is what you’re after, check out this great article on what you can do to change your lunch habits and start being the healthy productive person you can be!

Lunch Article