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      Worksite Medical®

      Convenient & Compliant Medical Surveillance Testing Since 1991

      As one of the innovators of mobile occupational medicine, Worksite Medical® has provided services for customers in every industry for over 25 years. From manufacturing and construction, to service and transportation, we’ve helped keep several hundred companies remain in compliance. We keep your workers on-site, which eliminates the unnecessary risk of sending them away for testing.

      We operate an established fleet of mobile medical units designed to travel to your job site in order to keep your employees on-site and safe. Whether rural or urban, our staff is ready to bring convenient occupational medical surveillance testing right to you. Our mobile medical units will save you time & money while providing you with peace-of-mind. We keep your employees safe, on-site, and ahead of work-related compliance issues.

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      OSHA, NAWIC Alliance Renewed For Five More Years

      OSHA Renews Alliance with NAWIC   A Dec. 15 press release confirmed that OSHA renewed its alliance with the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC). The goal of the alliance is to continue to promote safe and healthy working conditions for female...

      Silica Rule Remains Unchanged in Court of Appeals

      Court denies all industry challenges and asks OSHA to reconsider silica Medical Removal Protections   On Dec. 22, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit announced that it would reject all industry challenges to OSHA’s new rule on respirable...

      Respiratory Hazards Remain Top OSHA Violation for 2017

      For a seventh consecutive year, Respiratory Hazards ranks fourth on the OSHA top ten violations list   At the National Safety Council Congress & Expo 2017, OSHA released the OSHA Top 10 Most Cited Violations list for the 2017 fiscal year. At number four on the list:...

      OSHA Issues Heavy Fines to Connecticut Contractor

      Respiratory hazards, major fines caused by mercury   On Dec. 1, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited a Connecticut-based construction contractor for exposing workers to respiratory hazards and high levels of mercury. OSHA conducted an investigation...

      Are You Forgetting This Key Part to the Respirator Standard?

      The Respirator Medical Clearance   Most employers know that respirators are necessary if their work sites have hazardous chemicals, particles, or dust in the air. However, staying in compliance with respiratory protection is not simply providing a mask. Respirators...

      Final Deadline for OSHA ITA Injury and Illness Records Set For Dec. 15

      Injury and Illness Data Through ITA Due This Friday   Last month, OSHA announced that the deadline for submitting electronic injury and illness data through its Injury Tracking Application (ITA) would be moved back to Friday, Dec. 15 in order to allow employers to...

      Federal Rule for DOT Drug Testing Set to Change on Jan. 1

      DOT Drug Testing Program Revised   Beginning on Jan. 1, federally regulated Department of Transportation (DOT) drug testing programs will include detection of certain opioids as a response to the opioid crisis sweeping across the United States. On Nov. 13, the DOT...

      Companies Worrying More About Bad Press For Health & Safety Violations

      According to industry attorneys, the biggest fear of work site employers across the country is not fines, it’s being mentioned in a press release. Employers and businesses have reason to fear being named ... if a health & safety violation becomes a national news...

      Shift Rotation, Recognizing Hazards Help Combat Cold Weather at Work

      Taking a step outside this week is a brisk reminder that winter has arrived. With the cold weather comes new hazards for employees on outdoor worksites. Although OSHA has no specific rules regarding winter weather, employers must comply with the General Duty Clause...

      Database Catalogs Criminal Prosecutions Against Employers

      The Center for Progressive Reform (CPR) launched a first-of-its-kind database on Oct. 30. The Crimes Against Workers Database contains detailed information on criminal cases where workers have been seriously injured or killed as a result of a workplace accident. After...

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      What Our Customers Are Saying

      The process was simple to set up/plan. The technician onsite was friendly and prompt. I would recommend them to other businesses.

      Tyler

      Manufacturing Industry

      Your employees who conduct our audio and fit testing are top-notch. I find good quality control in all aspects of dealing with WorkSite. I appreciate WorkSite’s follow-up. Everyone is very professional!

      Susan

      Safety Manager, Gas Industry

      I was very impressed with how quickly I received my results, and how professionally detailed they were. I was also very impressed with all of the staff. The equipment and facilities were commendable, and the experience exceeded my expectations.

      Mark

      Fire Chief, Firefighting Industry

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      Our fleet covers the United States from the Mid-West to the East Coast. From audio testing and respirator exams to firefighter and silica testing, we’ve got you covered! We also have standalone clinics in Ellwood City, PA and Belcamp, MD.

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