About e3 Occupational Health Equipment
Occupational health programs are a critical part of ensuring the safety and well-being of employees. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that all companies with more than 10 employees have an occupational health program in place to protect their workers from hazards such as noise, chemicals, and other physical stressors.
OSHA has issued standards for occupational health programs, including equipment and supplies. Audiometers must be used to test hearing at least every six months; dosimeters should be used to measure exposure to harmful chemicals; spirometers can be used to measure lung function; AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators) should be available in case of cardiac arrest emergencies; mobile testing booths are required by OSHA when testing employees outside of their normal work environment; screening booths are used for specific medical examinations such as blood pressure checks or eye exams; equipment support and calibration includes everything from maintenance to calibration.