Drug and Alcohol Screenings
Our specialized facilities provide maximum privacy and convenience while minimizing errors. Our process exceeds federal requirements, using the Department
of Transportation (DOT) guidelines as the foundation.
OSHA requires annual audiometric testing for employees exposed to noise levels exceeding 85 decibels over an eight-hour period. It is also recommended for identifying a pre-existing impairment and to establish a baseline.
We provide reports detailing compliance with OSHA. Noise exposure measurement records are required for two years and maintained as long as the affected workers are employed. Get individual reports and required explanatory letters for all employees.
We can help you comply with OSHA and MIOSHA standards:
- Annual respirator wear fit testing
- Medical evaluation for the written recommendation requirement
Pulmonary Function Testing
Recommended for employees who use respiratory protection on the job. Couple with respirator fit testing.
Were here to provide the necessary medical surveillance needed to comply with OSHA standards. Potential exposures include, but not limited to the following hazardous materials:
- Blood-borne pathogens
- Hazardous chemicals
Consider Spectrum Health’s programs to teach your supervisors, first responders and employees about:
- Reasonable suspicion training for supervisors
- Hearing protection programs
- CPR training
- First aid training
- AED training