Medical Evaluation Sample Clauses

Medical Evaluation. You agree that each year during your employment you will undergo a full medical examination with a medical practitioner nominated by the Company (such examination to be at the Company’s cost). You hereby commit that you will notify immediately (giving details of the cause and the consequences) the Executive Vice-President Human Resources if the medical practitioner advises you of any injury, illness or medical condition which might reduce or adversely affect your ability to perform your duties under your employment.
Medical Evaluation. The Benefits Analyst will review all requests for temporary modified work. The Benefits Analyst may, after obtaining all necessary authorizations to release medical information, review the employee‟s medical records, confer with the employee‟s doctor and/or schedule an examination with a District-selected doctor to determine what type of work accommodations are required. All proposed accommodations or temporary modified positions/ assignments will be reviewed by a District-accepted physician, which may be the employee‟s physician, if said physician is selected by the District for this purpose, to determine if the job requirements/ assignments are within the employee‟s physical and mental abilities. Any disputes will be handled in accordance with Section 9.3 of the Agreement.
Medical Evaluation. HAR-3 REV. 7/2018Health Care Provider must complete and sign the medical evaluation and physical examinationStudent Name ❑ I have reviewed the health history information provided in Part 1 of this formPhysical ExamBirth Date Date of Exam Note: *Mandated Screening/Test to be completed by provider under Connecticut State Law*Height in. / % *Weight lbs. / % BMI / % Pulse *Blood Pressure / NormalDescribe AbnormalOrthoNormalDescribe Abnormal Neurologic Neck HEENT Shoulders *Gross Dental Arms/Hands Lymphatic Hips Heart Knees Lungs Feet/Ankles Abdomen *Postural ❑ No spinal ❑ Spine abnormality: abnormality ❑ MildModerateMarkedReferral madeGenitalia/ hernia Skin Screenings*Vision ScreeningType:With glasses Right 20/ Left 20/*Auditory ScreeningType: Right❑ PassFail ❑ Referral made Left❑ Pass❑ FailHistory of Lead level≥ 5µg/dL ❑ No ❑ YesDate *HCT/HGB: Without glasses❑ Referral made20/20/*Speech (school entry only) Other: TB: High-risk group? ❑ No ❑ Yes PPD date read: Results: Treatment: *IMMUNIZATIONSUp to Date or ❑ Catch-up Schedule: MUST HAVE IMMUNIZATION RECORD ATTACHED*Chronic Disease Assessment:Asthma ❑ No ❑ Yes: ❑ Intermittent ❑ Mild Persistent ❑ Moderate Persistent ❑ Severe Persistent ❑ Exercise inducedIf yes, please provide a copy of the Asthma Action Plan to SchoolAnaphylaxis ❑ No ❑ Yes: ❑ FoodInsectsLatexUnknown sourceAllergies If yes, please provide a copy of the Emergency Allergy Plan to SchoolHistory of Anaphylaxis ❑ No ❑ Yes Epi Pen required ❑ No ❑ YesDiabetes ❑ No ❑ Yes: ❑ Type I ❑ Type II Other Chronic Disease: Seizures ❑ No ❑ Yes, type:❑ This student has a developmental, emotional, behavioral or psychiatric condition that may affect his or her educational experience. Explain: Daily Medications (specify): This student may: ❑ participate fully in the school programparticipate in the school program with the following restriction/adaptation: This student may: ❑ participate fully in athletic activities and competitive sports❑ participate in athletic activities and competitive sports with the following restriction/adaptation: ❑ Yes ❑ No Based on this comprehensive health history and physical examination, this student has maintained his/her level of wellness. Is this the student’s medical home? ❑ Yes ❑ No ❑ I would like to discuss information in this report with the school nurse.
Medical Evaluation. If requested by the employee, the Employer shall provide a complete copy of all medical evaluations to the employee. The selected medical professional may be responsible to provide any and all continuing medical leave, support, paperwork, etc., to the employer and insurance company to continue the medical leave or payment of benefits if the employee's doctor refuses to comply. After the third (3rd) medical opinion and any time during the medical leave or period, should the employee's medical condition change to allow for the employee to return to work, the employee must provide from the treating physician a Statement of Ability to Return to Work. Any employee returning to work may be subject to the medical leave section of the CBA before returning.
Medical Evaluation. The City may require a medical evaluation or nursing visit if the City deems it so desirable. The expense of such medical examination or nursing visit shall be paid by the City.
Medical Evaluation. HAR-3 REV. 4/2017Health Care Provider must complete and sign the medical evaluation and physical examination
Medical Evaluation. The most important principle in evaluating a worker for any occupational disease including lead poisoning is a high index of suspicion on the part of‌the examining physician. As discussed in Section 2, lead can affect numerous organ systems and produce a wide array of signs and symptoms, most of which are non-specific and subtle in nature at least in the early stages of disease. Unless serious concern for lead toxicity is present, many of the early clues to diagnosis may easily be overlooked.‌‌‌ The crucial initial step in the medical evaluation is recognizing that a worker's employment can result in exposure to lead. The worker will frequently be able to define exposures to lead and lead containing materials but often will not volunteer this information unless specifically asked. In other situations the worker may not know of any exposures to lead but the suspicion might be raised on the part of the physician because of the industry or occupation of the worker. Potential occupational exposure to lead and its compounds occur in many occupations in the construction industry, including demolition and salvaging operations, removal or encapsulation of materials containing lead, construction, alteration, repair or renovation of structures containing lead, transportation, disposal, storage or containment of lead or lead-containing materials on construction sites, and maintenance operations associated with construction activities.‌ Once the possibility for lead exposure is raised, the focus can then be directed toward eliciting information from the medical history, physical exam, and finally from laboratory data to evaluate the worker for potential lead toxicity.‌ A complete and detailed work history is important in the initial evaluation. A listing of all previous employment with information on job description, exposure to fumes or dust, known exposures to lead or other toxic substances, a description of any personal protective equipment used, and previous medical surveillance should all be included in the worker's record. Where exposure to lead is suspected, information concerning on-the-job personal hygiene, smoking or eating habits in work areas, laundry procedures, and use of any protective clothing or respiratory protection equipment should be noted. A complete work history is essential in the medical evaluation of a worker with suspected lead toxicity, especially when long term effects such as neurotoxicity and nephrotoxicity are considered.‌ The medical h...
Medical Evaluation. When commencing OBOT, the OBOT clinician shall conduct an appropriate medical, social, and family history, physical examination and necessary laboratory tests (including pregnancy testing when appropriate), or refer the patient to a medical professional who can perform such an evaluation. Identification of signs and symptoms of opioid use and/or withdrawal, comorbid medical and co-occurring psychologic conditions, and how they will be addressed, should be a goal of the medical evaluation. Long-term management is effective for many chronic diseases, including OUD.
Medical Evaluation. All faculty, staff, students, and visitors whose work involves any contact with animals for research or instructional purposes on NJIT campus must complete an Animal Use Questionnaire. The Animal Use Questionnaire assesses the risks associated with the study project and work environment to determine if the individual requires medical evaluation by our contract occupational health provider or student health services. Based on the questionnaire and medical evaluation, EHS in consultation with management and the occupational health provider establishes safeguards to protect the health of the worker.These safeguards include, but are not limited to, additional PPE, work modifications, immunizations, and/or exclusion from certain operations/areas of facility if deemed necessary.It is essential for animal handlers to consider and discuss with a healthcare provider any pre- existing health conditions and the potential risks associated with their work. Additionally, it is recommended that individuals working with animals or within animal facilities be immunized with the Tetanus (Tdap) vaccine, and Hepatitis B vaccine if handling human derived materials. Supplemental PPE such as hearing and respiratory protection may also be required if the noise and inhalation hazards, respectively, cannot be engineered out effectively. Enrollment into the hearing conservation or respiratory protection program may be mandatory pending the risk assessment, and require hazard-specific medical evaluation and training for those with potential exposure.