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medical surveillance

The ongoing, systematic collection of health data essential to the evaluation, planning, and implementation of public health practice, closely integrated with the timely dissemination of data as required by higher authority. See also surveillance.
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These services include OSHA-mandated medical surveillance exams, D.
The proposed OSHA update also includes measures on personal protective equipment, medical exams, medical surveillance and training.
Services to be provided include medical clearance for qualified applicants, ensuring the health, well-being and safety of incumbents, providing a return to work medical surveillance program, post exposure program and fitness assessments using the base of occupational medicine.
In addition, it would require ancillary provisions for employee protection such as methods for controlling exposure, respiratory protection, medical surveillance, hazard communication and record-keeping.
Rapid intervention teams from the ministry conducted 48 site investigation visits during the week, and its preventive medicine surveillance teams visited 15 homes in which 101 suspected corona infections were listed and put under medical surveillance for the duration of the virus' incubation period.
Everyone who had contact with the girl is under medical surveillance," he added.
Catherine - who cannot speak, swallow or move - requires 24/7 monitoring and medical surveillance and the family has been fundraising to transform their home to meet her needs.
The partnership with AFC/Doctors Express franchises also allows Infiniti HR clients discounted arrangements for many occupational requirements including pre-employment exams, DOT/Non-DOT drug and alcohol testing, immunizations and vaccines and medical surveillance solutions.
The firm also failed to provide medical surveillance for the workers and did not provide them with sufficient information and training," he added.
The action level is the standard's trigger for increased industrial hygiene monitoring and initiation of worker medical surveillance.
The 756-page NPRM includes separate standards for general industry and construction, detailing for both sectors widely used methods to control worker exposure, conduct medical surveillance, train workers about silica-related hazards and record compliance measures.

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