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Occupational Medicine Specialists
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CNS Occupational Medicine is a subsidiary of Compliance Navigation Specialists (CNS)
CNS started as a medium to communicate the government regulations in the transportation industry to business owners, drivers, and operators. CNS is a nationally recognized service provider.
CNS Occupational Medicine began by offering DOT Physicals and on-site drug testing for workers within the transportation community, which sparked its’ natural evolution into what it is today. We quickly branched out to service the employers subject to OSHA requirements for health evaluations.
The CNS Occupational Medicine team is comprised of business and health professionals focused on delivering health and screening services for the construction, transportation, medical, educational, service, and manufacturing work forces in the United States.
Get started with any of our services by taking advantage of On-Site testing. All of our services can be administered by utilizing our Mobile Health Clinic and certain companies will qualify.
Just a few of the services we offer include:
Our Mobile On-Site Health Clinic is available for all of our medical services individually and combined services.
We are now offering the Flu Vaccination as well as the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccination.
Respirator physicals ensure employees who are exposed to respirable toxins are properly protected.
DOT physicals are FMCSA required tests focusing on the general health, mental and emotional well being of anyone planning to drive a commercial motor vehicle (CMV).
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