Woodland, WA – Work Right NW, a leading provider of workplace injury prevention and management services, recently announced that it has acquired Occupational Athletics, a premier provider of workplace injury prevention programs and employee wellness services. The acquisition enables Work Right NW to expand its footprint throughout the United States and into diverse sectors such as electrical and power utilities as well as further its mission of making a significant impact in the healthcare industry.
The addition of Occupational Athletics significantly enhances Work Right NW’s capabilities in delivering comprehensive injury prevention and wellness services to its clients. The acquisition brings together the expertise of two highly respected organizations and leaders, resulting in an even more robust suite of services to reduce workplace injuries, improve employee health and wellbeing, and ultimately increase productivity.
“This acquisition marks a major milestone for Work Right NW as we continue to expand our services and capabilities to better serve our clients,” said CEO of Work Right NW, Nic Patee. “We are thrilled to welcome the Occupational Athletics team into our organization and to leverage their extensive experience and expertise to further our mission of putting a dent in healthcare.”
“We are excited to join forces with Work Right NW and to contribute to their ongoing success,” said Mark Everest, founder of Occupational Athletics. “Together, we will be able to provide our clients with a comprehensive suite of services to help them achieve their goals of creating healthier, safer, and more productive workplaces.”
Work Right NW has been at the forefront of providing innovative solutions for workplace injury prevention and management for almost a decade. The company’s highly effective injury prevention programs and services have helped numerous Fortune 500 businesses. The acquisition of Occupational Athletics enables Work Right NW to build on its strong foundation and continue to innovate in the field of workplace injury prevention, including specialized training programs, ergonomic assessments, and employee wellness initiatives.
Source: Work Right NW