Pre-employment physical exams are crucial to ensuring that a job applicant can safely perform their work-related duties before they go through the hiring and training process. This can become a daunting process, but it doesn’t have to be.
The occupational medicine specialists at Colorado Occupational Medical Partners (COMP) have over 30 years of experience administering specialty exams for pre-employment. Our team of board-certified physicians and occupational therapists work together to ensure that the process is as stress-free as possible.
We want to make physical exams for your employees easier for you, so you can focus on your business. Whether you’re in need of a return to work physical for your employee, or simply want to understand FAA medical exam requirements, we have you covered. Call a COMP location near you to speak to a member of our team. We are happy to give you more information about your services over the phone.
At COMP, our goal is to make the process of pre-employment exams and physicals as stress-free as possible. Our occupational medicine experts provide the following speciality and physicals exams to employers:
The purpose of the FCE test is to determine if there was any long-term diasablilties after an injury. It involves a series of standardized physical tests given by a physical or occupational therapist. FCE’s test for:
OSHA respirator exams determine if your employees can safely wear respirators on the job to promote safety in your workplace.
Individuals being offered a job as a merchant guard in Colorado Springs may be asked to complete a pre-placement physical to determine if they are in good physical condition, of sound mind, emotionally stable, and able to perform guard duties. Some of these duties include:
The intention of these physicals is to protect employees from potentially getting injured on the job. Merchant guard physicals are performed by licensed practitioners and can be done at any of COMP’s locations.
Given the variety of elements that police officers and firefighters encounter on any given day, their physical requirements are more complex than traditional physical exams can measure. Firefighters and police officers working in Denver and the surrounding areas need to maintain the highest standards of physical fitness to make sure they’re able to perform their jobs safely and without introducing illness to the citizens they protect.