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Occupational Health Screening Programs

Concordia University’s Occupational Health Program allows for the prevention, early detection and monitoring of occupational illness and disease, and compliance with federal and provincial regulatory requirements.

The Occupational Health Program establishes the procedures for risk based medical surveillance. Risk based medical surveillance will apply to all faculty, staff and students, based on regulatory requirements or where an exposure or potential exposure to a risk has been identified. Please consult the Occupational Health Program Standard Operational Procedure for details, including roles and responsibilities.

The following medical surveillance programs are in place:

Occupational Health Screening Program for Work Involving Human Blood, Body Fluids or Tissues OHP-SOP-001

This program applies to all Members of the University Community participating in University Sanctioned Activities and who have been identified as having exposure or potential exposure to bloodborne pathogens.

Occupational Health Screening Program for Work Involving Biological Materials OHP-SOP-002

This program applies to all Members of the University Community participating in University Sanctioned Activities and who have been identified as having exposure or potential exposure to bloodborne pathogens.

Occupational Health Screening Program for Hearing Conservation OHP-SOP-003

This program applies to all Members of the University Community participating in University Sanctioned Activities and who have been identified as having exposure or potential exposure to noise that exceeds the 8 hour time-weighted average (TWA) of 85 dBA, as determined by Environmental Health and Safety.

Occupational Health Screening Program for Respiratory Protection OHP-SOP-004

This program applies to all Members of the University Community participating in University Sanctioned Activities and who have been identified as having exposure or potential exposure to airborne contaminants that exceed legislated or concensus occupational exposure limits, as dertermined by Environmental Health and Safety.

If you have questions regarding either of these Medical Surveillance programs, please contact Frederic Guilhem Ducleon at 514-848-2424 ext. 7334 or the Occupational Health Program Coordinator Lorena Boju at 514-848-2424 ext. 5008.

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