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If your employer believes that a medical condition is making it unsafe for you to do your job, they may order a fitness-for-duty exam. These exams are designed for the person being examined, so they’re usually different for everyone. The goal is to make sure that you can do your job safely.
Pre employment Exams
Some jobs require you to be more physically active than others. For these jobs, it’s common for an employer to request that you get a pre-employment exam before you start work. Pre-employment exams are performed after a company has made you an offer. Like a drug test, it’s one of the final steps in a hiring process.
Return to Work Exams
These are a lot like fitness-for-duty exams, but they’re performed when you’re ready to return to work after a serious injury or illness. They’re done to make sure that it’s safe for you to go back to work without injuring yourself or others. Like fitness-for-duty exams, it’s different for everyone.
What Are Work safety and health exams?
Work safety and health exams are designed to ensure you can safely perform your job, do the job you’re applying for, or return to work after a serious injury. A medical provider works with your employer to review the functions of the position and then develops an exam that measures your ability to complete those tasks. These exams can vary depending on the specific functions of the job and the person being examined.