According to Osha, Medical screening allows for early identification of exposure-related health effects in individual employee and groups of employees, so that actions can be taken to both avoid further exposure and prevent/address adverse health outcomes. Silica-related diseases can be fatal, encompass a variety of target organs, and may have public health consequences when considering the increased risk of a latent tuberculosis (TB) infection becoming active.
Thus, medical surveillance of silica-exposed employees requires that PLHCPs(physicians and other licensed health care professionals) have a thorough knowledge of silica-related health effects.
We comply with Osha’s requirements and to know more about silica-related diseases, medical responses, and public health responses please contact us.
We provide medical screening using the most advanced techniques and machines.
A new addition to osha standards states that the respirable crystalline silica standard requires the following: A medical and work history, with emphasis on: Past, present, and anticipated exposure to respirable crystalline silica, dust, and other agents affecting the respiratory system; any history of respiratory system dysfunction, including signs and symptoms of respiratory disease (e.g., shortness of breath, cough, wheezing); history of TB; and smoking status and history.
We comply with osha standards and all global norms while we strive to do our best every time.
Osha passed a new law any body work with concrete , pest control , Needs to have a chest Xray, PFT, Physicals
Call us (703) 968-7277 to do the new required Osha – Respiratory Clearances for Respiratory Fitting physicals chantilly