WorkPlace Medical Services (WMS) and REMSA Community Paramedics have partnered to provide on-site medical treatment of minor work injuries that fall under OSHA's definition of "First Aid."  By providing these servies to employers around the Reno/Sparks area WMS hopes to develop a trusting relationship with employers to help keep their employees working and safe!  WorkPlace Medical Services and REMSA will do this by following the rules governed by OSHA and the NRS:
Nevada's definition of "first aid" is a single treatment and any follow-up visit for the purpose of observation of minor scratches, cuts, burns, splinters, and other injuries that do not ordinarily require medical care, even if the treatment or visit is provided by a physician or registered healthcare professional (NV Admin. Code 618.5506).

OSHA's deinition 1904.7(b)(5)(ii) of "first aid" refers to medical attention that is usually administered immediately after the injury occurs and at the location where it occurred.  First aid can include cleaning minor cuts, scrapes, or scratches; treating a minor burn; applying bandages and dressings; the use of non-prescription medicine; draining blisters; removing debris from the eyes; massage; and drinking fluids to relieve heat stress. OSHA's revised recordkeeping rule, which went into effect January 1, 2002, does not require first aid cases to be documented. For example: A worker goes to the first-aid room and has a dressing applied to a minor cut by a registered nurse. Although the registered nurse is a health care professional, the employer does not have to report the accident because the worker simply received first aid.

By following these definitions and rules WMS and REMSA can provide professional medical treatment of most injuries at the jobsite, which will take the guess work out injury evaluation and treatment for employers.  WMS and REMSA will provide the proper "first-aid" care to your employees so they feel that they have been taken care of properly and they can go back to work safely.

Give us a call for more information:  
(775) 685-6111




What is WorkPlace Medical Services?

Why do we need WorkPlace Medical?

What can WorkPlace Medical do OnSite?

WorkPlace Medical Services (WMS) provides 24 hour on-site medical treatment of minor injuries with Community Paramedics.  By having WMS on-call for your company it is like having your own medical team to evaluate the severity and treat minor injuries.  This will save employers time and money associated with work injuries.
  • 24/7 On-site Medical Care
  •  Takes the guess work out of treatment
  • 24/7 phone consultations for employer and employees
  • Saves time and money associated with going to the doctors
  • First-Aid care does not raise modification rates of insurance
  • Treat scratches, cuts and burns
  • Treat sprains and strains
  •  Flush eyes and remove debris
  • Treat contusions and abrasions of skin
  • Remove splinters
  • Evaluate lower back injuries
  • Provide exercises and recomendations for stablizing injuries

How will WorkPlace Medical Save us Money?

Where can WorkPlace Medical go onsite?

How do we utilize WorkPlace Medical?

  • On-site visits reduce wages lost for employee and supervisosr going to Urgent Care of ER​​
  • Paying out of pocket for first-aid keeps work-comp insurance rates from going up
  • After hour ER visits cost a minimum of $1,200 WorkPlace Medical on-site visits cost much less.
  • To any employer in Washoe County and surrounding areas
  • Offices, Job-site, Warehouse and Plant
  • WorkPlace Medical does not go to employee's houses
  • Sign up with WorkPlace Medical Services
  • Call (775) 685-6111
  •  Report injury and location to WorkPlace Medical Services dispatch
  • A paramedic will be to your location in under 2 hours guarenteed 
  1. 24 Hour First Aid Care
    24/7 On-Site Injury Care by a Paramedic.
  2. On-Site at the WorkPlace
    All Services Provided Directly at the Workplace.
  3. Drug & Alcohol Testing
    24/7 On-Site Drug & Alcohol Testing

First-Aid Treatments

  1. Eye Irritation
    Eye Irritation from dust and minor particles that can be flushed with saline or sterile water.
  2. Sprains and Strains
    Sprains and Strains of extremities such as ankles, wrists, knees, elbows and lower back injuries.
  3. Minor Cuts
    Treating minor cuts that can be closed with steri-strips or butterfly closures and a bandage.
  4. Minor Burns
    Treating minor burns
  5. Insect Bites
    Treating insect bites such as bee stings
  6. Chemical Exposures
    Minor chemical exposures to skin or clothes that were not inhaled, ingested or effect the eyes.