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Federal Contractor Physical Examinations

Pre-Placement and Fitness-For-International Duty
These physical examinations help determine whether applicants/employees applying to work on federal contracts are medically and physically able to perform their roles. A physician will carefully review a patient’s medical and occupational history before proceeding with the physical examination. With a post-offer physical exam, an employer will: 

  • Limit future liability for work related injuries and illnesses
  • Help prevent absenteeism due to injury and illness
  • Establish an employee's baseline health status
  • Promote workplace safety
  • Help determine proper placement of employees and reasonable accommodation for qualified applicants
  • Set a foundation for prevention procedures

Conducting pre-employment physicals is a simple process. HireSafe’s nationwide network of clinics means that you always have a location nearby. We match your locations by ZIP code with the closest clinic locations available, and your potential new hires will complete their exams at the clinic of your choice. Applicants simply go to the clinic, show identification, and state your company name. HireSafe will notify you when exam results are completed.

All medical recommendations are made in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

Solutions Tailored for International Federal Contractors

  • Maritime Physical Examination
  • Dental Examination
  • Drug Testing

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