Physical Exams


A Post-Offer exam is typically requested by an employer to determine if a medical condition exists that would interfere with the performance of the anticipated work assignment.
Learn more about Post-Offer exams.

Fitness for Duty (FFD)

A Fitness for Duty exam is commonly requested by an employer who, based on work place observations or a decrease in performance, is concerned that due to a medical condition an employee is unable to safely or effectively perform their job.
Learn more about Fitness for Duty exams.

Return to Work (RTW)

A Return to Work exam is typically ordered following an extended absence from work for personal (not work-related) injury or illness such as surgery or motor vehicle accident with significant injury.
Learn more about Return to Work exams.

Respirator Clearance

Respirator clearances are OSHA-mandated to determine if an employee can safely and effectively wear a respirator. Before your employees use a respirator or are fit-tested, they must be medically cleared by a licensed healthcare professional.
Learn more about Respirator Clearance exams.

Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) Medical Surveillance

Hazardous materials are generally defined as substances which represent a potential health risk to those who may be exposed to it. Examples of hazardous materials include infectious waste, benzene, mercury, and radioactive materials. There are numerous regulations regarding the containment, handling, transport, and disposal of hazardous materials. These regulations typically mandate a hazardous material surveillance program for employees who work with hazardous materials.
Learn more about Hazardous Material Medical Surveillance exams.

DMV Physical Exam for Commercial Drivers

Federal guidelines mandate that all commercial drivers pass the Department of Transportation physical exam. This exam is required to verify whether an applicant is physically capable of driving safely now and in the near future.
Learn more about DMV Physical exams.