Regulatory Compliance Programs

For many workers in high-risk or safety-sensitive positions, periodic medical monitoring, routine physicals, or drug and alcohol testing are not only necessary for the safety of your workforce but required by law.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires periodic monitoring for employees exposed to many substances, including asbestos, lead and formaldehyde and a variety of hazardous materials. For certain employees, OSHA requires hearing conservation or respiratory protection programs. OSHA has also established safety standards for industries in which employees may be exposed to blood-borne or airborne pathogens.

Shannon Occupational Medicine and Injury Clinic has a comprehensive array of services designed to help you meet and document your compliance with Department of Transportation (DOT), OSHA and workers' compensation regulations.

All personnel are trained in applicable federal and state regulations. Specimens for drug screens are collected according to mandatory guidelines for federal workplace drug testing programs, and all technicians are certified by the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA) so that specimen integrity and accurate chain of custody are assured. In addition, all technicians are certified as breath alcohol technicians.

Shannon Occupational Medicine and Injury Clinic offers a complete menu of regulatory compliance services and the flexibility to fit your company's specific needs. You choose the services you need, and we will help tailor the program that's right for your business.

Types of physical exams and medical surveillance:

  • Executive
  • Postoffer
  • Fitness-for duty
  • DOT
  • Asbestos
  • School bus driver
  • Lead/cadmium/respirator
  • Titmus vision testing
  • Post-exposure testing
  • Audiometric screening
  • Overseas duty

Drug and alcohol testing by DATIA-certified technicians:

  • Urine
  • Hair
  • Saliva
  • Quick test
  • Breath alcohol
  • Random and confirmation testing
  • Medical review officer services
  • Chain of custody procedures
  • Confidentiality

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