Health Screening and Wellness
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Screenings for health and wellness aid in the identification of health issues, determine fitness for duty and can reduce health risks and time lost due to illness or injury.
DOT Physical Exams
A Department of Transportation (DOT) physical examination is a health test required of commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). A DOT physical examination assists in determining if a driver is physically, cognitively, and emotionally fit to operate a commercial motor vehicle.
Tuberculosis (TB) Testing
Testing for tuberculosis is widely recommended and frequently required for employment in a broad variety of industries, including but not limited to health care, education, and social services.
A titer test is a blood test used to determine the presence and concentration of certain antibodies in an individual's blood. The test is frequently used to assess whether an individual is immune to a particular virus or whether they require additional immunization to boost their immunity.