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What's involved in occupational health checks?
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Dr. Kenneth Cheng
Family Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Health and safety
Occupational health checks, in a preemployment setting, is a medical exam to insure you are healthy enough to do the duties of a particular job.
If you are already employed, it is a medical exam to insure your health has not been affected by any hazards of your particular job and that your health still allows you to continue in that work.

In brief: Health and safety
Occupational health checks, in a preemployment setting, is a medical exam to insure you are healthy enough to do the duties of a particular job.
If you are already employed, it is a medical exam to insure your health has not been affected by any hazards of your particular job and that your health still allows you to continue in that work.
Dr. Kenneth Cheng
Dr. Kenneth Cheng
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Dr. Troy Ross
Occupational Medicine
In brief: Depends on your job
The screening will usually involve getting your demographics and vital signs.
After that the screening should be based on the kind of work you do. If you are exposed to noise you'll have a hearing test. If there are possible toxic exposures there will be tests to see if you have been effected by those.

In brief: Depends on your job
The screening will usually involve getting your demographics and vital signs.
After that the screening should be based on the kind of work you do. If you are exposed to noise you'll have a hearing test. If there are possible toxic exposures there will be tests to see if you have been effected by those.
Dr. Troy Ross
Dr. Troy Ross
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