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Occupational Health Services

Your business, your unique health concerns

Many employers find the public health care system is not equipped to handle their evolving workplace health concerns. Waits can be long, and many family doctors aren’t trained to assess if an employee is fit to work.

Providing Quality Health Assessments for over 30 years

Our occupational health assessment programs were developed under the guidance and expertise of a physician with more than 30 years’ experience in the field. We designed our services to be customized to your needs. We pride ourselves on minimizing wait times and providing services that comply with applicable occupational health and safety regulations. In many locations, an employee can book an appointment and complete all tests that same day with one visit.

Hazardous-Substances-iconMedical Surveillance Programs »

If hazardous substances (silica or asbestos, for example) are posing a risk to your employees, it’s not only in your best interest to put a medical surveillance program in place, it may be required by law.

Workplace Medical iconOccupational Medical Examinations »

It is important that workers be fit and medically qualified for their jobs, and for employers to be aware of any pre-existing health conditions and/or underlying health risk factors your employees may have in order to pro-actively intervene before problems occur. Additionally, this may prevent confusion around responsibility in the event of an incident or illness.

Audiometric Testing icon Audiometric Testing and Hearing Surveillance »

If your work environment exceeds provincial noise thresholds, your employees’ hearing must be tested and tracked.

Pulmonary Function icon Pulmonary Function Testing »

Not only does baseline and periodic testing prevent health problems, it also saves your company from paying for preventable workers’ compensation costs. Testing may be mandatory for certain hazardous exposures.

Pulmonary-Function-icon Chest X-Rays »

Chest x-rays are a valuable diagnostic screening tool for respiratory disorders and injuries, and are mandatory in some provinces for certain hazardous exposures.

Respirator-Fit-icon Respirator Fit Testing »

In some industries where lung toxic substance inhalation occurs, lung disease is the number one work-related illness.1 Inhalation of other types of toxic substances may seriously affect other critical body systems. Your employees’ respirators must fit right to be effective.

Physical-Fitness-icon Physical Abilities Testing »

Did you know there is typically one workplace injury for every two minutes worked?2 Those are costly statistics when you consider rehabilitation, recruiting, and employee training. Physical Abilities Testing is a valuable tool that employers can use to help minimize the risk of unnecessary workplace accidents and injuries, and their related costs.

Workplace Medical icon Driver Medical Examinations »

Commercial drivers in Canada must complete a provincial medical licencing examination in order to receive or maintain their provincial licence. DriverCheck offers convenient access to the highest quality assessments that are compliant with all provincial drivers’ licencing medical qualification examinations.


1. American Lung Association. (2008). Occupational Lung Diseases. American Lung Association Lung Disease Data: 2008.
2. Gilks, Jaclyn & Logan, Ron. (2010). Occupational Injuries and Diseases in Canada, 1996-2008: Injury Rates and Cost to the Economy. Occupational Health and Safety Division, Labour Program, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.