Exposure to carcinogens and other contaminants in the workplace can put your workers at risk for respiratory disorders. Long-term exposure could lead to a variety of lung diseases that have lasting effects, even after the exposure ceases.
Pulmonary Function Testing (PFT) plays a vital role in protecting the respiratory health and safety of your employees.
PFT embodies a range of tests that measure how well the lungs take in and exhale air and how efficiently they transfer oxygen to the blood.
It is used in diagnosing certain types of lung disorders and is performed on workers whose jobs are physically demanding, may cause exposure to potential lung hazards and may require the use of a respirator. ( require the use of Spirometry, the most common form of PFT, for some workers.)
Contact us today to learn more about pulmonary function testing and our other medical services.
– Joe Clark | Founder of Beaumont Occupational
Beaumont Occupational specializes in the following types of PFT:
Forced Expiratory Volume
Forced Vital Capacity
Contact us for more information on our Pulmonary Function Testing services or to request testing.
Keep your workforce safe by ensuring employees are vetted through proper screening programs.
We keep your employees active on every job site and consortium. You never have to fear non-compliance again.
24/7 On-site screening keeps us accessible but never in the way. Our goal is to get results quickly so you can get your employees back on the job.
Concerned that an employee or family member may be abusing drugs or alcohol? Contact our free Drug Testing Hotline to discover whether or not a screening test is a right choice for you.
We offer two types of services: one for individuals and families and another for businesses.
For Individuals: We provide consultations on topics such as drug testing, random testing, result interpretation, specimen integrity and current trends in local drug usage, just to name a few.
For businesses: Our business consulting services focus on developing programs and policies that address drug and alcohol abuse.
Complete the form to request a drug screening consultation or call our hotline number at (409) 212-9706 to speak to one of our specially-trained staff.