A full medical examination is performed at the workplace or at the premises of CMMA, and is followed by a blood test focussed on exposure to risk.
Results are available the same day at CMMA and sent to the primary care physician, with the employee’s consent. We offer biological tests, X-rays, electrocardiograms, functional respiratory explorations and blood and urine tests. These tests enable us to perform a general health check to complement information such as: personal background, lifestyle and vaccinations. We assess the working environment in consultation with health and safety officers and the human resources.
Occupational medicine is the medical speciality concerning the relationship between employees’ work and their health.
The employer calls on the occupational doctor, a specialist in health and safety at work, to assist and advise them on preventing occupational risks and meeting theirlegal obligations.
The occupational doctor is a preventive healthcare doctor whose role is to maintain and promote the physical, mental and social well-being of employees.
There are three levels of prevention:
This relates to the prevention of musculoskeletal disorders, chemical risks, psycho-social risks, the work environment and so on.
The remit of the occupational doctor (specialising in health and safety at work) is to:
Health and well-being at work through our services
Promoting health in the workplace
Assessing fitness to work and to remain in work:
Assessing psychosocial risks specific to the workplace environment: