Physical Exams & Fitness for Duty

Often required by OSHA and other regulations, medical screening and surveillance reduce workplace injuries, limit the spread of infectious disease, and enhance productivity, fostering a healthy and productive work environment.

DOT Physicals

Department of Transportation (DOT) physicals follow strict guidelines mandated by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), ensuring that commercial drivers and other safety-sensitive employees are in good health to work safely. DOT physicals cover testing for vision, hearing, blood pressure/pulse rate, urinalysis, and physical examinations.

Non-DOT Physicals

Non-DOT physicals are given to candidates in industries not regulated by the US DOT. Exams are prescribed by each individual employer, in which, they decide how to manage and operate their testing program. Employers will have this defined in their testing policy. They choose from a variety of options accounting for applicable legal regulations and considerations.

Essential Function Testing (EFT)

Ensures the candidate can perform the essential functions of the position based on the job description. EFTs consist of a gross musculoskeletal exam to include range of motion and changing body positions (stooping, bending, reaching overhead). It also assesses the candidate’s ability to perform physical tasks such as walking upstairs, capacity to lift, fine motor skills, overhead work, etc.

We offer a full suite of Fitness for Duty screening. Some of our more popular services include:

Vision Exams

Depending on the environment and job requirements, employers may require Snellen, Ishihara, Jaeger or Titmus vision screening both pre-employment and for annual reevaluation.

Audiometric Testing

Used both pre-employment and during annual reevaluation to protect your employees’ hearing, employers utilize OHSA-compliant audiometric testing for workers exposed to high noise levels. 

TB, Vaccines & Titers

For healthcare and health-sensitive environments, TB testing in all forms, vaccinations and titers are often required for employees. 

Respirator Medical Evaluation & Fit Testing

OSHA-compliant medical evaluation and qualitative and quantitative respirator fit testing is available in over 5,000 clinics throughout the US. 


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