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WORKPLACE HEALTH™ Guide

Safely return to work in compliance with CDC recommendations, OSHA requirements, and expert medical guidance developed to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.

As the world begins to adjust to the “new normal” of working during the COVID-19 pandemic, leaders want to take the right steps to ensure the health of their co-workers, families, and communities. Because Health has developed a comprehensive Workplace Health™ Guide to help safely guide your return to normal operations with medical guidance while ensuring that your business stays compliant with stringent OSHA requirements and CDC recommendations.

Download the Workplace Health™ Guide to learn more about this program.

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Leverage accurate, convenient coronavirus on‑site testing to identify asymptomatic carriers and those with immunity to COVID‑19.
FDA-authorized RT-PCR, DNA swab kit
FDA-authorized Total Antibody blood test
Safe sample collection process
Online test results within 72 hours
Physician consults and recommendations

Workplace Health™

Is your business eligible for free 
on‑site COVID‑19 testing?

“We’re doing this much faster than I had thought, 
which I appreciate very much. That’s on me for not realizing how efficient your turnaround is. I’m impressed, and thank you.”
Allen Harris, Founder, BMM

Free COVID-19 testing
for businesses

Amid continued COVID‑19 infections across the United States, business leaders must consider how to decrease the spread of infection and lower the coronavirus’s impact in their workplace.
Your business is eligible for free on‑site COVID‑19 testing depending on a set of prevention strategies and considerations that influence the risk of transmission of COVID‑19, including:
  • Workplace type and work type
  • Physical, occupational, and demographic criteria
  • Geographic and county statistics

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40%
Percent of infections that are asymptomatic.
50%
Infectiousness of asymptomatic individuals relative to symptomatic.
75%
Percentage of transmission occurring prior to symptom onset.2
“My employees were feeling anxious about coming back to work. Having on‑site testing was really convenient. The medical professionals were excellent.”
Thomas Carp – Owner, Park Towers Management

Why test if there haven’t been cases?

Testing is a powerful tool that puts both employers and employees at ease. According to the World Health Organization, 80% of COVID‑19 infections are mild or asymptomatic.1
No amount of screenings or health checks can replace other protective measures, such as testing. It’s important to take action sooner than later before an outbreak occurs.
“My employees were feeling anxious about coming back to work. Having on‑site testing was really convenient. The medical professionals were excellent.”
Thomas Carp – Owner, Park Towers Management

Are you meeting medical guidelines?

COVID‑19 workplace testing is crucial — but 
a comprehensive prevention program is optimal for the
safety of staff, customers, and overall business health.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “SARS‑CoV‑2 testing may be incorporated as part of a comprehensive approach to reducing transmission...so that actions can be taken to slow and stop the spread of the virus.”3
COVID‑19 on‑site testing
Policy compliance
Workplace exposure risk assessment and mitigation
User‑friendly dashboards

Discover how we can help your business

At Because Health, we offer a comprehensive Workplace Health™ program that includes accurate, fast COVID‑19 on‑site testing in addition to policy compliance, workplace exposure risk assessment and mitigation, and so much more.
Source
1 World Health Organization, “Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‑19) Situation Report‑46,” March 6, 2020.
2 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “COVID‑19 Pandemic Planning Scenarios,” July 10, 2020.
3 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “SARS‑CoV‑2 Testing Strategy: Considerations for Non‑Healthcare Workplaces,” July 22, 2020.