Occupational Health FAQs
Are you wondering about the purpose of occupational health screenings, or about the types of employment screenings available? Find answers to these commonly asked questions about our occupational health services. Stay informed and prioritize workplace safety.
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Purpose of Health Screenings
What are occupational health services?
Occupational health services refer to a range of exams, tests, and screenings aimed at ensuring the safety and well-being of employees in the workplace.
What types of organizations benefit from occupational health services?
Occupational health services can be ordered in many industries. Some examples can include construction companies, healthcare facilities, government agencies, educational institutions, military branches, and any other industry that prioritizes workplace health and safety.
Types of Testing
What types of screenings are included in occupational health services?
Occupational health screenings can include:
How do occupational health services help employers?
Occupational health services help employers reduce risks in the workplace, such as injuries, accidents, and the spread of infectious diseases. They ensure that employees are fit to perform their job functions safely and help maintain a healthy work environment.
When can employers require workers to take an occupational health screening test?
Employers can request occupational health screenings during the application phase, periodically throughout employment, upon returning to work after a prolonged absence, after a workplace incident or dangerous event, and as part of an exit screening.
Why are occupational health screening exams important for employers and workers?
Occupational health screenings are crucial for maintaining workplace safety, ensuring employees meet job-specific standards, assessing risks employees may pose to others, and identifying potential dangers that could impact staff or customer well-being.
Are occupational health services different for different cities?
Yes, laws and legislation regarding occupational health testing may vary from location to location. Employers should stay updated with relevant information for their specific location.