What is an Asbestos Physical?
OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.1001
Employers are required to institute a medical surveillance program for all employees exposed to airborne concentrations of asbestos at or above the permissible exposure limit (PEL) or excursion limit (EL). The full OSHA asbestos physical must be performed by or under the supervision of a licensed physician. Furthermore, the physical must be made available annually with the exception of the chest x-ray, which is conducted every five years within the first ten years of exposure. After ten years, the frequency of the x-ray depends on the age of the employee. Employers must also keep accurate records of exposure measurements for at least 30 years.
With our fleet of state-of-the-art mobile medical units, Worksite Medical® can bring its highly trained medical technicians to you. We will get your team members in and out of testing, and back on the job in no time. You’ll have quick, accurate results that will keep you moving forward. Get all of your medical surveillance testing — such as Asbestos Physical Exams — done right at your job site all at once, at your convenience. Can’t get everyone together on the same day? No problem. We can put a schedule together that’s right for you and your team.
“The employees who conduct our audio and fit testing are top-notch. I find good quality control in all aspects of dealing with Worksite Medical®. I appreciate Worksite Medical’s follow-up”.Safety Manager
At The Clinic
Would you rather send your company to a medical clinic? We’ve got you covered. With our specialized occupational medicine clinics in Ellwood City, PA and Belcamp, MD, you’ll never have to send your team to urgent care or an emergency room for testing again. Our clinics are built for people on the job and on the go. From asbestos physical exams to workplace injury care, Worksite Medical® has you covered. We accept most workers’ compensation insurances.
“Wonderful, fast, friendly staff that kept things moving with our Associates! Thank you!”Safety Manager