Comprehensive programs help employees stay safe and clients stay compliant with OSHA guidelines based on federal and state regulatory standards.
Best-in-class procedures, guidelines, and resources.
Medical surveillance is a core competency of Premise Health’s approach to occupational health and worker wellbeing. Our programs are built based on federal and state regulatory standards, providing you with the knowledge that your employees meet all the required safety standards.
Identifying hazardous trends to prevent emerging problems.
We promote wellness and prevention in the workplace by identifying hazardous trends before they become problems. We leverage years of best practice in hearing conservation, respiratory protection, bloodborne pathogens, and occupational exposure surveillance to ensure employees have what they need to stay safe while on the clock.
Industry-leading Compliance Standards
Our board-certified occupational health providers follow best practices to ensure medical surveillance is completed on time and in collaboration with our clients’ environmental, health, and safety team to establish compliance. Additionally, we align with the medical surveillance requirements of OSHA, the Department of Transportation (DOT), and any other applicable governing entity. We are cognizant of ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) regulations and how they apply to the pre-placement exam process as well as ongoing employment processes.
Safeguarding Worker Health
At Premise, we take a proactive approach to safeguarding worker health whether employees are on the factory floor or at a computer workstation. We deliver medically appropriate, industry-specific federal and state regulated employment exams, job matching, and personal health surveillance to ensure optimal work environments that are compliant and safe.
Hazard Assessment and Identification
Collaborating with organizations to assess physical and biological hazards in the workplace, our programs focus on clinical quality delivered by experienced professionals trained in the latest occupational health best practices. This quality-focused approach helps keep your people on the job while promoting a culture of safety.
Comprehensive programs that help employees stay safe
- Pre-placement exams including medical history, systems review, and physicals
- End organ assessments
- Biological monitoring
- Annual follow-up exams
- Vision testing
- Hearing conservation and audiometry
- Fitness for duty assessment
- Case management
- Substance testing
- Industrial and corporate ergonomic assessments
- COVID-19 screening, testing, and vaccinations
- First responder exams
- Bloodborne pathogen program management
- 12-lead EKG
- Respirator medical clearance and fit testing
- Travel medicine for business
- Onsite emergency medical care