DOT Exams

DOT exams are an important part of an occupational health program for the transportation industry. DOT exams can include a variety of tests, such as vision and hearing tests, physical strength testing, and agility testing. An exam may include screenings for specific conditions such as, diabetes or high blood pressure. DOT exams are important for ensuring that employees are able to safely perform their job duties. A DOT physical exam is valid for up to 24 months. 

Visit our Near-Site facility or add DOT Exams to an On-Site program. Get the documentation needed to prove a driver is fit to operate a commercial motor vehicle for a company.

We Offer Certified DOT Physical Exams

A DOT physical must be completed by a medical examiner certified by the FMCSA. It is up to the medical examiner to determine if candidate meets all the requirements, and to mark the report to the best of their knowledge.

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