OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT TEAMS

HazMat / HAZWOPER Physicals, Respirator Fit Testing & Other Occupational Health Services
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Traveling to Bring You Occupational Medicine Services

Keeping your employees safe and healthy isn’t just the right thing to do—it’s the law. That’s why we perform the necessary Occupational Medicine exams and procedures required by OSHA so that your team can keep working at environmental remediation, industrial cleaning/maintenance and emergency response.

Our Occupational Medicine Specialists are prepared for any healthcare challenge—even if it means traveling to meet your emergency management team anywhere in the United States. Get in touch to learn more today.

Services for Emergency Management Teams

HazMat Physicals

HazMat Physicals are required by OSHA for workers exposed to hazardous materials. In addition to a regular physical exam, a HazMat Physical includes:

  • Auditory and Lung tests
  • Chest X-Rays
  • EKG
  • Hepatitis B Test
  • Urinalysis

The provider will review your employee’s medical and work history and also evaluate their regular exposure levels for safety.

HAZWOPER Physicals

A HAZWOPER Physical is intended to determine if and how overexposure is affecting the patient’s body. In addition to reviewing work and medical history, the provider will also assess the general health of the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response specialist.

Recommended HAZWOPER testing also includes:

  • Vision Screening
  • Spirometry (Pulmonary Function Test)
  • Audiometry
  • Liver Function Tests
  • Complete Blood Count
  • Urinalysis

Other Services

As a full-service Occupational Medicine provider, we have the resources to suit the unique needs of your emergency management team—but we don’t stop there. Whether your company also has its hands in transportation, oil and gas, manufacturing or any other industry, we have the tools to make your workplace safer:

Our services comply with the strict standards of regulating bodies like OSHA and the Department of Transportation.