Our goal at IPCS™ is to provide legally compliant, safe, objective testing that matches the worker with the essential functions of the job.
According to our IPCS™ database of over 300,000 new hire industrial workers, over 70% of workers have a moderate to high risk for injury or disease.
IPCS™ - a leader in new hire and return to work Physical Capability Evaluations (PCE™) as well as Physical Strength Risk Assesments (PSRA™) allows for placement of a healthier worker into physically demanding jobs - impacting your bottom line.
Over a five year period your average ROI could be as much as $17 for every dollar spent per year!

Savings Calculator

How much could implementing a physical capability evaluation save your company?

Calculate your potential health plan and workers’ comp savings below!

Enter Number of New Hires Per Year on the Plan:

Gross Annual Savings: $0

* Your actual savings rate may vary from what is shown above.
To learn more, please contact us!

Recent Posts

September 11, 2018 in Blog, News

Strength to Body Weight Ratio: The Connection to Wellness

Click the link to read Tom’s latest wellness article. Strength to Body Weight

Read More
August 15, 2018 in Blog, News

Decrease in Low Back Claims

The Good News: Low back claims have decreased The Bad News: Shoulder and knee claims have increased Click the link below to read Dr. Gilliam’s latest blog that reinforces the…

Read More
May 2, 2018 in Blog, News

Muscular Strength Can Optimize Survival Outcomes in Certain Cancer Patients

IPCS has been a strong proponent of maintaining a healthy muscle mass not only to prevent soft tissue injuries but to prevent costly medical claims as well. The Journal of…

Read More

Preserve Your Workforce Investment

Doing business in today’s competitive environment is a constant challenge, and labor costs are a major piece of the pie. To optimize the return on your investment, a safe, efficient and productive workforce is needed. The United States workforce is increasingly at risk for injury and disease, and less able to keep up with the physical demands of the job.

Join Us for Our Next Webcast!

The Connection Between Muscular Strength and Disease in Women

Mark your calendar for November 13, 2018 at 1:00pm EST to hear what recent research says regarding muscle health and disease prevention for women. We’ll also discuss how women can achieve greater muscular strength.


Follow the link above to read Dr. Gilliam’s latest review of important information concerning the role that muscle and body weight play in achieving better overall health.  Dr. Terpeluk from the Cleveland Clinic will be presenting this information at the NAOHP conference September 25, 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee. Hope to see you there!

Driven By Data. Reducing Workforce Cost.

Industrial Physical Capability Services provides standardized and objective isokinetic physical capability testing for new hires and employees returning to work. IPCS™ will reduce your overexertion injuries in a safe and legally defensible manner, simultaneously improving safety and performance, and significantly reducing workers’ compensation costs. Your workforce will ultimately be safer, healthier and more productive.