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Peak joins forces with the OBWC for a healthier workforce PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, April 10, 2013 11:44 AM

Employers that want to improve the health and wellness of their workers can benefit from a new program from the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (OBWC). The Workplace Wellness Grant Program (WWGP) provides funding to assist employers in establishing training and programs to reduce health risk factors specific to their employees. Details of this program are available at this website: http://www.ohiobwc.com/employer/programs/safety/WellnessGrants.asp

Peak Community Wellness is proud to announce that they have been added to the State of Ohio list of wellness program providers. The goal is to control the escalating cost of workers’ compensation claims through addressing health risk factors. The WWGP’s collateral goals are also to reduce health-care costs for employers, as well as improve the health of the workforce. They established this program to meet the challenges of obesity, rising incidence of chronic diseases and the aging workforce.
“Peak Community Wellness is the area’s number one fitness facility, focused on getting results any time and every time. We believe in meeting each person where they are and helping them advance based on their abilities and individual goals,” Peak owner Jeff Schwieterman said. “Wellness is so much more than a good workout. Peak Community Wellness offers products, classes and coaching to enable their members to reach their own peak wellness.”

Peak Community Wellness is a proud Northwest Ohio business member that thrives on supplying various options for achieving fitness goals, whether it be weight loss, wellness, better workouts, well-being or a combination of any or all. By providing the community with the means to: move faster; breathe easier; stretch further; grow stronger; feel confident and lead a relaxed stress-free life; they enable the transformation to a better life for each member.

 

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