Mobile Medical Corporation's powerful medical surveillance programs provide employers with in-depth candidate background data that can be used to make more efficient and better-informed hiring and job placement decisions.
MMC's SkillCheck™, our proprietary verification platform, tracks worker's testing, training, and certifications and uploads it daily to an online verification system where signatory parties can easily verify employee credentials twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
Advanced respiratory protection that is OSHA approved is key to maintaining a safe, healthy, and COVID-19-free workplace
Advanced health monitoring services for employers and employees that include BL/ZPP, CBC 25, and heavy metals testing
Get temp screenings, supplies, PPE — of all kinds— and entry screening (nasal/antibody testing) now so you can keep everyone safe
Shoebox audiology, baseline, and annual hearing testing are a core aspect of long-term occupational health
Hair, urine, oral fluid, POCT, lab analysis, national network, and TPA are available to you for employee testing across the nation
Ensure the utmost safety of your staff with Influenza, tetanus, COVID-19 (to come) vaccine clinics held at your workplace
What is included in a medical surveillance program?
Medical surveillance programs include initial medical exams of employees and workers. After that, there are periodic follow-ups (often done annually), as well as data collection for historic records. Some medical surveillance programs include other additional services or add-ons. These may be: respiratory protection, COVID-19 support, hearing conservation, substance abuse testing,6 and more.
How does a Third Party Administrator benefit a corporate medical surveillance program?
A third-party administrator (TPA) removes the administrative burden by providing:
How can I get compliance exams and occupational medical screenings at my workplace?
What is medical surveillance?
Medical surveillance is a program required under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) that consists of a series of medical examinations and tests used to detect and monitor potential health hazards. Medical surveillance programs are regarded in the workplace as tools to help employers and employees stay healthy and safe when performing jobs that bring them into contact with potential hazards.
What are the benefits of onsite medical surveillance programs to employees?
What are the benefits of onsite medical surveillance programs to employers?
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