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Operator Clearance for Workplace Safety

Employees who operate trucks, cars, cranes and forklifts may be required to undergo regular operator clearances to ensure personal and public safety. Informed decisions based upon thorough examinations are critical in reducing risk and complying with OSHA regulations. Examinetics’ staff of board-certified physicians can deliver a program to help employers comply with OSHA standards. Our full-service operator clearance services include:

  • Physicians’ examinations
  • Clinical tests
  • Vision screenings
  • Laboratory analysis
  • Respirator clearance
  • Proper forms and documentation

Why Examinetics?

Examinetics is the largest provider of mobile occupational health and data management services in the United States. Last year alone, over 2,800 clients asked us to provide health screening services at over 11,000 sites across the United States. We employ over 285 personnel, including in-house audiologists, OHNs and other occupational health specialists, and our fleet of 100+ mobile units has national reach.

  • Experience
    • Serving clients since 1968
  • Breadth of Coverage
    • 100+ mobile units, servicing 48 states
  • Unique Value of OnSite
    • Minimization of productivity loss
    • Mitigation of risk associated with employees leaving site
  • Access to Qualified Personnel
    • Programs subject to credentialed medical oversight
    • Physicians board certified in:
      • Occupational Medicine
      • Preventative Medicine
      • Radiology (ILO U/C B-reader)
      • Cardiology
    • NIOSH, CAOHC & ARRT certified personnel
  • Nationwide Standardization
    • Testing Protocols
    • Test interpretation and reporting
    • Pricing
  • Comprehensive Reporting
    • Secure web-based reporting
    • Incorporation of results from local clinics
    • Incorporation of results from in-house testing programs
    • Incorporation of results from multiple clinic networks
  • Comprehensive Compliance
    • OSHA
    • DOT
    • FRA
    • MSHA
    • NRC
    • HIPAA
    • ADA