Medical Surveillance Programs
Having a comprehensive Medical Surveillance program in place is essential when your employees may be exposed to hazardous materials such as benzene. Our Medical Surveillance Program includes questionnaires, physical exams, lab tests and biological monitoring. Our program evaluates the effectiveness of exposure control and helps prevent occupational illnesses through early detection.
Although significant advances have been made in the safety and quality of protective equipment and materials handling practices, employees may still be adversely affected by occupational exposures.
Anderson-Kelly's medical surveillance programs handle all aspects of the health monitoring process and assist maritime employers in meeting regulatory compliance and voluntary corporate policies.
Medical surveillance programs collect and evaluate health data to: