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At every worksite, injury prevention should be job number one. Unfortunately, workers do get injured. When this happens, it’s in everyone’s best interest to support their safe and effective return to work as soon as possible.
A key component of injury management can be the Stay at Work (SAW) Centre, currently being introduced to a number of British Columbia’s Lower Mainland construction sites. The SAW Centre is an on-site, on-the-job treatment facility designed to support an injured worker’s recovery and transition back to their regular job. During that transition, the employer provides modified duties as part of the worker’s rehabilitation, while the SAW Centre provides the physiotherapy treatment and support for a successful stay at work/return to work.
To learn more about the SAW Centre, and how it might benefit you and your worksite, select the role that represents you: