The Occupational Health service aims to promote the surveillance of workers’ health, in order to prevent the onset of occupational or work-related illnesses. Its role is to design and implement health promotion programs in the workplace.
Physicians who work at TRASESA are specialized in Occupational Health by schools recognized for the purpose, having extensive experience in this area.
Verification of the physical and mental fitness of workers in the recruitment process.
Periodic Exams and Occasional Exams
Surveillance and monitoring of the impact of workers on worker health.
Issuance of Aptitude Sheets
Complementary diagnostic exams
Ophthalmological screening (with visiotest), Ophthalmological screening (with scale), Spirometry, Electrocardiogram with report, Audiograms.
B.C. HBs, Uric Acid, Ag. HBs, Bilirubins, HDL Cholesterol, Total Cholesterol, Creatinine, Determination of blood group and RH, Alkaline photastase, GT Gamma, Glycemia, Glucose assay (diabetes), Blood count, Blood count with platelets, IgG, PSA total.
Vaccination, Treatments and other nursing services.
In person and online
Description of Occupational Medicine Services
Results in 15 minutes
- Rapid test for qualitative antigen detection with nasal swab.
Registered with Infarmed.
- Speed and accuracy of results;
- Easy to use and interpret;
- High sensitivity and specificity.