Preventing Heat Stroke & Heat Related Illness
Summer is here – and with that – so is an increased risk in heat stroke, heat related illness and heat-stress related injuries in Hampton Roads. With that in mind, here is a review on treatment, prevention, and risk reduction regarding heat illnesses.
Heat stress is a buildup of body heat generated either internally by muscle use, or externally by the environment. Heat exhaustion & heat stroke result when the body is overwhelmed by heat. As environmental heat increases, body temperature & heart rate can rise unnoticed.
Our focus produces responsive, committed and innovative workforce solutions to “Protect the Health of Your Business”
At Taylor Made Diagnostics, our goal is to “Protect the Health of Your Business”. We recognize your need to keep your employees healthy and safe in the workplace. That’s why we’re committed to delivering quality occupational health services to employers.
We specialize in workers’ compensation injury treatment working with employers to ensure modified duty whenever appropriate. At TMD we understand the importance of managing injuries to control losses and ensuring employer productivity.
Substance Abuse Testing
Few businesses, regulated or not, can afford the safety, liability, security, financial and productivity problems associated with employees who abuse drugs and alcohol. We offers a comprehensive set of substance abuse screening and testing services.
We come to You!! Our doctors, nurses, and technicians are all available to come to your workplace for all aspects of occupational medicine. It doesn’t matter where your employees are located in southeastern Virginia, you can use TMD for the same services as you receive in our medical clinics.
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