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Pre-placement and Periodic Employee Examinations

  • Pre-placements
  • Annual Physicals
  • DOT Exam
  • Executive Exams
  • Fit for Duty/Return to Work Exams
  • Independent Medical Exams

Pre-placement exams are valuable in the hiring process and can be used to determine if a prospective employee is physically able to perform essential functions of the job, while providing a baseline of the employee's health status at the time of hire.

Periodic examinations monitor the health and safety of your employees. These evaluations will include all or some of the components of the pre-placement exams as appropriate to the specific need. Periodic exams are structured to meet regulatory requirements of OSHA, DOT and other agencies.

Regulatory Assistance Programs

  • Back Safety
  • Drugs in the Workplace
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Back Injury Claims Prevention System
  • Pulmonary Function Testing
  • Sound Level Surveys

Workplace Assessments

  • Ergonomic Analysis
  • Job Analysis

Workplace hazards all too often go unrecognized until an employee is injured or becomes ill. Our program offers assistance in identifying and evaluating potential hazards. We will perform a comprehensive site visit and assessment of your workplace and make appropriate recommendations.

Drug Screening

  • Pre-placement
  • Post Accident
  • Random
  • DOT
  • Breath Alcohol
  • Drug Screen Collection
  • Supervisor and Employee Education
  • Policy Generation

Many situations arise that require employees to participate in mandatory drug testing as well as random testing. At Billings Clinic Occupational Health, all urine drug screen collection and testing is done in accordance with federal and state regulations and may be done as part of pre-placement exams. Though many drug screens are performed at Billings Clinic, we will also work with you to set up on-site screenings when appropriate.


Related Information

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To learn how Occupational Health can benefit your business, call 406-247-6200 or 1-800-252-1246.

Environmental Public Health Tracking Program
For information about various environmental health concerns in Montana.