Traffic and Parking Medical Screening

Occupational Health Clinic
March 7, 2013

Individuals who drive commercial motor vehicles are required to have a valid commercial driver's license (CDL). In addition, these individuals must have a Commercial Driver Medical Examiner (CDME) certificate, which confirms that the person meets the medical criteria required to drive a commercial motor vehicle, as outlined by the Department of Transportation (DOT).
 
 Commercial motor vehicles include vehicles that:

MRI Screening Questionnaire

September 18, 2012

People who work in or around Zones III and IV of the MRI suite are exposed to very strong magnetic fields. These magnetic fields can affect internal devices or foreign materials in the body, such as pacemakers, aneurysm clips, other implants, and joint replacements. These items can move or vibrate, become "activated" unintentionally, or become hot as a result of exposure to the magnetic field.

Animal Allergy Questionnaire

Occupational Health Clinic
September 29, 2011

People who work with animals have an occupational risk of allergies, which can lead to occupational asthma. To prevent asthma, it is important to find individuals who are starting to have allergy symptoms when they work with animals. By identifying these people and helping protect them with a special respirator, we can reduce their exposure to animal allergens and reduce their risk of asthma.

International Travel Exam

Occupational Health Clinic
September 29, 2011

All Vanderbilt faculty and staff who will be conducting business which requires international travel need a plan to maintain health and prevent illness and injury during the trip. During a pre-travel consultation with the Occupational Health Clinic, a customized healthcare plan for your business travel will be prepared. This includes: