OSHA Respirator Medical Clearance Questionnaire - Worksite Medical®
OSHA Respirator Clearance Online With Worksite Medical®

Complete Your Respirator Clearance Online Now

As per OSHA, employers must provide the respirator medical clearance questionnaire to any employee required to wear a respirator at work to ensure that each employee is medically able to do so. At Worksite Medical®, we make completing the questionnaire an easy and affordable process. Your employees can complete the questionnaire online, have it reviewed by our staff PLHCP Medical Provider, and have a respirator clearance certificate issued within five (5) business days. All information provided on the medical questionnaire will be handled in accordance to HIPAA and OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1910.134 guidelines.

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Respirator Clearance Classifications

  • Class I: No restrictions on respirator use.
  • Class II: Respirator use for Emergency Response or Escape Only
  • Class III: Respirator use is not permitted

**If additional medical information is required for clearance, then it will be requested on your certificate. You can contact our office to obtain instructions on where to send the requested information.

OSHA Respirator Clearance Online With Worksite Medical®

On-Site Testing

With our fleet of state-of-the-art mobile medical units, Worksite Medical® can bring its highly trained medical technicians to you. Get all of your medical surveillance testing — from OSHA physicals and chest x-rays to respirator fit testing — done right on 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.

“It worked very well for us and did not take away from our production time. Things moved smoothly with no known problems. Worksite Medical worked well with our employees, and were very professional and courteous.”

Safety Manager

East Coast Manufacturing Company

OSHA Respirator Clearance Online With Worksite Medical®

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 respiratory exams to workplace injury care, Worksite Medical® has you covered. We accept most workers’ compensation insurances.

“I would highly recommend this Worksite Medical. It really helps your members out  by not requiring them to travel and take too much of their personal time away from their schedule. This company worked extremely well with us to accommodate the many time slots and were extremely efficient with our time – we were in and out of the exam in under an hour.”


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