Medical Surveillance

Regulations from OSHA, NIH, IDPH, and other agencies require that employees, who may be exposed to harmful substances through their job duties, be enrolled in a medical surveillance program. Employee health screenings are conducted by the Occupational Medicine Department of the currently contracted medical provider.

Departments needing assistance should contact Safety and Compliance, 217-265-9828.

The regulations for medical surveillance will be found in the substance-specific regulations from the agency involved (for example, the OSHA asbestos standard).

Medical Surveillance Manual PDF
Medical Surveillance Fact Sheet PDF
Injury Management Plan PDF