Protecting Our Workers and Ensuring Reemployment (POWER)
The President established the "Protecting Our Workers and Ensuring Reemployment" or “POWER” initiative to improve workplace safety and the health of federal employees, while also reducing hardship, dislocation, and financial costs that often result from on-the-job accidents. The POWER Initiative sets aggressive performance targets, encouraging the collection and analysis of data on the causes and consequences of frequent or severe injury and illness, and prioritizing safety and health management programs that have proven effective in the past.
How can PreCare Help you achieve your Agency’s POWER Initiative Goals?
The Secretary of Labor recognizes that recent studies in the field of occupational disability, workers' compensation, and vocational rehabilitation strongly endorse early intervention strategies to improve return-to-work outcomes. That’s where PreCare comes in. PreCare return-to-work strategies not only reduce costs, but also provide injured federal workers with greater prospects for their successful return-to-work. Early intervention by PreCare’s trained disability personnel, injured workers tend to reduce their stay on the workers' compensation rolls and increase their hope of returning to regular employment.
PreCare's federal consulting services are geared to help you meet and exceed all of your Agency’s POWER goals.