HazMat (Hazard Materials) Physical Examination or ERT Exam (Emergency Response Team) is required by OSHA standards at the work places, where exposure to hazardous chemicals or other materials may cause a variety of health problems: skin and mucous membrane irritation; reproductive problems; bone marrow changes with altered blood cell production; impaired liver and/or kidney function; and changes in the neurological, respiratory, and cardiovascular systems. Workers who routinely handle hazardous waste for disposal, have exposures to bloodborne pathogens, and/or assist in clean up of chemical spills must be screened on a regular basis.

Medical Screening potentialy includes:
  • Health/work history review
  • Physical exam targeting systems that could be affected by hazardous chemicals
  • Lab work will also be checked
  • Hepatitis B vaccinations
  • Hearing testing
  • Pulmonary Function Testing
  • Chest X-Rays
  • ECG (Electo-Cardio-Gram)

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