OSHA Physicals

Respirator Fit Clearance

Medically speaking, all respirator-wearing personnel should have a medical evaluation provided by the employer to determine the employee’s ability to use a respirator.

The medical evaluation needs to be conducted before the employee is allowed to wear a respirator.

Note: A respirator clearance only clears the employee to wear a respirator and the general type of respirator they can use.  It does not medically clear an officer for duty.

What are the OSHA Regulations?

OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134

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We also offer many other PhysicalsScreenings and Tests and Employer Services from Biometric Screenings to Work Injury Treatment Plans.

We offer a number of screenings, tests, and other medical services from Biometric Screenings to Vaccinations to X-Rays, and more. 

We offer a number of physicals related to DOT, Non-DOT Medical Services, and OSHA-Related work, such as DOT Physicals, Respirator and HAZMAT/HAZWOPER Physicals, and more.

We offer services for all different types of employers, whether you are regulated by DOT, OSHA or any other government organization. We can manage your Work Injury Treatment Plans.

OnSite Clinic Services

Our Onsite Clinics can be utilized in one of two ways, an Onsite Clinic utilizing the space within your workplace or a Mobile Onsite Clinic, which takes advantage of our Mobile Health Clinic, which can be set up around your business so that employees can easily be assessed and sent back to work.

Our Onsite Clinical Staff are contracted to perform the medical services you need, when you need them, utilizing your facility spaces.

Our medical staff will coordinate with you to determine the best place to set up our Mobile Health Clinic as well as how long you would need the unit. 

Respirator Physicals are offered at all offices

Questions about Respirator Physicals?

Our Occupational Healthcare staff members specialize in Respirator Physicals and are ready to answer any questions you have whether you need In-Clinic Services or Onsite Clinic Services. All medical staff has very specific knowledge in Occupational Medicine, which is exactly what you need.