Occupational Health Services by State
Laws, acts, and legislation relating to occupational health may vary from state to state. Occupational health exams are intended to keep workplaces safe, and include services such as antibody testing, tuberculosis testing, annual check-ups, vaccines and immunizations, biometric screenings, vision and hearing tests, respiratory health screenings, and employment physicals. Often, state health departments or the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) will outline the requirements for people who need to be tested and how often they should be tested. Testing standards can vary depending on location, so Health Street provides an overview of regulations by state in the list below.
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