Occupational Health Services (OHS) Mission/Purpose
To coordinate post-offer physical exams for State Service job candidates who have been made a conditional offer of employment for jobs that put them at risk for occupational illness or injury. The medical exam provides information that ensures the person may safely perform the essential functions of the job.
***NEW - Check out the link below for a Post-Offer Exam Process Flow chart.
Risk Management holds and manages the contract for state agencies, and the exams themselves are processed through a third-party vendor.
If you have identified a position through the job's essential functions which requires a Post-Offer Physical, please forward to WorkCare for processing.
You may submit your requests via:
Fax (714) 922-1011
The following material will guide you through the process (select link):
- Post-Offer Exam Process Flow Chart, and
Post-Offer Exam Process Summary
Hiring Supervisors - Click here for helpful information about the Post-Offer Physical process such as how long the exam should take, and the kinds of things that can delay exam results.
- Job Classes Requiring Post-Offer Exam
Click here for alpha list of job classifications that require a Post-Offer Exam. This list contains general lift amounts and types as well as potential exam components as determined by a Medical Job Analysis.
Note: exam components listed under a job class may not all be required for every exam; it will be dependent on the essential functions to guide in ordering the exam components.
Post-Offer Physical Cover Sheet, Essential Functions, Essential Functions Flow Chart, OSHA Respiratory Evaluation Forms, Health History Update.
- Candidate Exam Instructions
Click here to access important instructions for employment candidates. Supervisors should print these two pages, complete the agency portion and give to the candidate at the time of the conditional offer of employment.
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)/Reasonable Accommodation
Click here to look at updated procedures, ADA information, and general wisdom.
- Frequently Asked Questions
For Questions or concerns contact:
1-800-455-6155 x2219 (ask for the Delta team)
Laurie Kelly, State Risk-Occupational Health Services