Hazards and concerns. Provide your job title and explain what you do at work and how you do it. Your visit might begin by answering a survey about the presence of hazards in the workplace (e.g., physical or chemical) and personal protective equipment you use. Describe any injuries you've had at work. List your medical conditions and medications. Identify concerns you have about your ability to perform your job safely.
Job related health. The occupational health interview is where you bring out aspects of your health that could impact how you do your job, and also exposures and aspects of your job that might influence your health. It is an important opportunity to record anything that has happened to you at work that may be considered a workplace injury or harmful exposure.