Managing Safety and Health

A Sample Course on How to Implement Safety and Health into The Work Space | taught by Kelly Ingram-Mitchell, MPT,CEAS

Course description

This course is designed to provide a client overview of the importance of safety and health management in the work place. The course introduces both concepts and the importance of integration.

Kelly Ingram-Mitchell, MPT,CEAS
Kelly Ingram-Mitchell, MPT,CEAS

Kelly Ingram-Mitchell holds a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy and a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Medicine. Her experience exceeds 20 years in prevention services and injury management.Kelly previously served as Executive Director of a national therapy provider network and Director of Operations for over 20 outpatient therapy centers.

Mrs. Ingram-Mitchell spent many of her industrial years developing and implementing client-specific prevention and rehab programs including post offer testing, physical demand analysis, ergonomics, early intervention, and onsite therapy models.

In 2000 she developed a FCE Certification Program and trained those in her profession for many years. In mid 2016 she will be launching a University focused on Occupational Medicine, Workers’ Compensation & Disability. The passion for clinical education and effecting optimal outcomes influenced Kelly to leave the corporate world and begin this business venture.She recognizes the need for heightened education which provides our profession with the tools necessary to service both pre and post injury.

She serves as an adjunct professor at the University of North Florida, is a Fellow for Claims Litigation Management Alliance, School of Workers’ Compensation and has been the invited presenter at state, regional and national conferences for over 15 years. Kelly’s goal is to operate an organized top tier group of experts and professional partners, which utilize these tools providing best in class services for Unify’s clients and future prospects. She is also a member of APTA, JSEB, RIMS, Women in Small Business Organization, Women in Trucking, and American Trucking Association.

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