Occupational Health Testing in Lance Creek WY


Health Screenings USA provides Occupational Health Testing in Lance Creek WY and throughout the local area for employers and individuals who are required to receive an occupational health test for employment, or who need a work related physical. Our Occupational Health Testing centers in Lance Creek WY are located in most cases within minutes of your home or office.

 Health Screenings USA can schedule your next Occupational Health Test in Lance Creek WY today!

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Health Screenings USA offers many occupational health tests in Lance Creek WY to meet your individual or company requirements:

  • Drug & Alcohol Testing
  • X-Rays
  • DOT & Non-DOT Physicals
  • TP/PPD Skin Test
  • Physical Abilities Test (PAT)
  • Vision Tests (Ishihara, Titmus, Snellen, Jaeger)
  • Audiograms
  • MMR Booster Vaccine
  • Lift Test
  • Hepatitis A Vaccine
  • Respiratory Test-Qualititative
  • Hepatitis B Vaccine
  • Respiratory Test-Quantitative
  • Spirometry (PFT) Includes Osha Questionnaire

View Descriptions for each Occupational Health Test Below

Drug & Alcohol Testing 

Health Screenings USA provides a full range of DOT & Non-DOT drug and alcohol testing services for employers and individuals in need of a drug or alcohol test nationwide.

DOT & Non-DOT Physicals

Non-DOT physical is a basic physical that determines “fit for duty.” Basic components include vision, vitals, physical, dipstick UA & review of basic health history.

DOT Physical examination required by the Department of Transportation for drivers carrying commercial loads on public roads.

The DOT physical examination conducted by a DOT approved medical examiner includes the following:

  • Urine analysis
  • Vision/Hearing Test
  • Neurological Exam
  • Pulse/Blood Pressure
  • Heart/Lungs
  • Health History Review
  • Prescription Medication Review
  • General Medical Condition


Physical Abilities Test (PAT):

The physical abilities test or PAT, includes a physical, lift test, and range of motion. This is usually a custom test that has client specific forms.


Audiograms are tests that show a person’s hearing abilities using a calibrated machine. Health Screenings USA offers audiogram testing in Lance Creek WY and throughout the local area.

Lift Assessments / Functional Capacity Evaluations

There are generally three different types of lift assessments. The first being a basic lift test which is used to determine if a person can safely lift 50 Ibs. The second lift test is used to test if a person can safely lift 50 – 100 Ibs. A Musculoskeletal Assessment is a physical examination with emphasis on movements of the muscles and joints.

Respirator Fit Tests

  • Spirometry (PFT) Includes OSHA Questionnaire: Measures how well the lungs take in and release air. Respirator Clearance is given based of the PFT and OSHA Questionnaire.
  • Qualitative: Procedure relies on taste, irritation, and smell while fitting the mask dependent on an applicant’s perception.
  • Quantitative: This type of respirator fit test uses an instrument that samples and measure airborne particulates inside the mask.


X-Rays are used to view bone structure with Back X-Rays providing the Lumbar view of the spine and a chest x-ray to determine if there is a presence of Tuberculosis.

TP/PPD Skin Test

The TP/PPD Skin Test (1 Step only) is used to determine if someone has developed an immune response to the bacterium that causes TB. The contractor returns 48-72 hours for the read. A TB 2 Step test is used to detect individuals with past TB infection who now have diminished skin test reactivity.

Vision Testing 

At Health Screenings USA, we offer several different types of vision testing for occupational health.

  • Ishihara: This tests for color vision
  • Titmus: Tests near, far and peripheral vision
  • Snellen: Wall chart used to measure vision acuity
  • Jaeger: Printed letters (on a card) of different sized used to test near vision

MMR Booster Vaccine

The MMR Booster Vaccine is an immunization shot against measles, mumps and rubella. **Live vaccine so if varicella vaccine is needed they must be given both within 24 hours of each other – if not they have to wait 30 days. 

Hepatitis A Vaccine

Contains no live virus and is a 2 dose series. The 2nd dose is needed at least 6 months after the first dose.

Hepatitis B Vaccine

Contains no live virus and is a 3 shot series. The 2nd dose is given 4 weeks after the first, and the 3rd dose given 5 months after the 2nd.


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