The Traumatic Injury Prevention Programs (TIP) aims to reduce and prevent work-related injury and death, across all industries, due to acute trauma or violence.
To do this, we work closely with partners from industry, labor, trade associations, professional organizations, other government agencies, and academia.
Injury Prevention Programs: Workplace, For Athletes, For Soccer Players, Sports
An injury and illness prevention program,1 is a proactive process to help employers find and fix workplace hazards before workers are hurt. … Adoption of an injury and illness prevention program will result in workers suffering fewer injuries, illnesses and fatalities.
Based on the positive experience of employers with existing programs, OSHA believes that injury and illness prevention programs provide the foundation for breakthrough changes in the way employers identify and control hazards, leading to a significantly improved workplace health and safety environment.
Injury prevention programs (IPPs) are an inherent part of training in recreational and professional sports.
Providing performance-enhancing benefits in addition to injury prevention may help adjust coaches and athletes’ attitudes towards implementation of injury prevention into daily routine.
- Develop a fitness plan that includes cardiovascular exercise, strength training, and flexibility. …
- Alternate exercising different muscle groups and exercise every other day.
- Cool down properly after exercise or sports. …
- Stay hydrated.
For Soccer Players:
- Wear a mouthguard, preferably custom-fitted, at all times.
- Wear shock absorbent shin guards at all times. Seek professional advice on the correct fitting of shin guards.
- Consider preventive ankle taping or bracing to reduce risk of injury.
- Seek professional advice on footwear.
The Traumatic Injury Prevention Program (TIP) aims to reduce and prevent work-related injury and death, across all industries, due to acute trauma or violence. To do this, we work closely with partners from industry, labor, trade associations, professional organizations, other government agencies, and academia.
One well-known injury prevention framework is referred to as the education, engineering and enforcement (‘3 E’s’) approach to injury prevention.
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