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!

Recent Posts

July 5, 2017 in Blog, News

IPCS EEO Opinion Letter

IPCS is pleased to announce that its EEO law firm, Kastner, Westman & Wilkins, has completed its review of the IPCS technology as it relates to EEO and ADA matters…

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June 28, 2017 in Blog, News

Webcast Questions: How to Legally Set Up New Hire Screening Programs

We had a wonderful response to our last webinar and such great questions that came in that were not able to be addressed due to time constraints. So, we’ve put together a blog…

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April 19, 2017 in News

RIM’s Philadelphia

Planning on attending RIM’s in Philadelphia April 23rd-26th? Come visit the IPCS booth (2629). We look forward to seeing you there!

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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.

Cleveland Clinic New Hire Screening Program

Thank you for your interest in the Cleveland Clinic webcast on their new hire physical capability strength evaluation which was presented by Dr. Paul Terpeluk, Medical Director for Employee Health at the Cleveland Clinic on Sep 6. As promised, below is the link to his webcast. 


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Can You Legally Test the Physical Strength of Your Incumbent Workforce?

IPCS has invited John McKenzie from the law firm of Kastner, Westman and Wilkins (KWW) to present the law as it pertains to testing the physical strength of the incumbent worker. John McKenzie is an EEO expert and his law firm represents only EEO matters and employers throughout the United States.

When: November 7 at 1 PM EST; The webcast will last 20-minutes.

Register by using the following link:


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.