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1 pre employment medical exam on Mon Oct 17, 2016 7:22 am

bestia.nera


Arresto Mayor
required ba ang company na magkaroon ng pre employment medical exam?

ano ang liability ng company kapag nagkasakit ang employee?


salamat sa mga hindi napapagod sa mga tanong namin.

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2 Re: pre employment medical exam on Mon Oct 17, 2016 8:21 am

lukekyle


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nope hindi sya required. Unless for a specific industry. At hindi yung company ang ni require na magkaroon ng exam. More often it is required that the employee bring a medical certificate.

Walang liability unless it was caused by the negligence of the company or because of unsafe working conditions.

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3 Re: pre employment medical exam on Mon Oct 17, 2016 8:48 am

bestia.nera


Arresto Mayor
like unavailability of company doctor?

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4 Re: pre employment medical exam on Mon Oct 17, 2016 9:08 am

lukekyle


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depends on the size of the company but usually hindi required ang company doctor.  But required ang first aid practitioner.  meron na bang nasugatan or naaksidente at walang available to give aid?

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5 Re: pre employment medical exam on Mon Oct 17, 2016 11:40 pm

bestia.nera


Arresto Mayor
7000 plus employees po kami,madami na,mostly highblood po,may clinic kaso most of the time walang gamot

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6 Re: pre employment medical exam on Tue Oct 18, 2016 12:27 am

HrDude


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bestia.nera wrote:7000 plus employees po kami,madami na,mostly highblood po,may clinic kaso most of the time walang gamot

You could always raise this matter with your HR.

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7 Re: pre employment medical exam on Tue Oct 18, 2016 12:34 am

bestia.nera


Arresto Mayor
already did sir..no actions taken.nlrc doesn't have jurisdiction on it daw,it should be bwc daw.bureau of working condition daw.

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8 Re: pre employment medical exam on Tue Oct 18, 2016 10:22 am

lukekyle


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if high blood hindi dapat pinapapasok yan until makapagproduce ng fit to work medical cert. Even if wala silang liability, they should take note of that. If biglang inatake yung employee, it may cause accidents depending on the nature of the position

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9 Re: pre employment medical exam on Tue Oct 18, 2016 12:50 pm

payoneer


Arresto Menor
Having a company Doctor is not one of the standards required under our Labor Code. You can't force your employer to provide one for you. Baka naman may HMO kayo.

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10 Re: pre employment medical exam on Tue Oct 18, 2016 2:02 pm

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In general (though the figures may already be adjusted) -

Art. 157. Emergency medical and dental services. It shall be the duty of every employer to furnish his employees in any locality with free medical and dental attendance and facilities consisting of:
The services of a full-time registered nurse when the number of employees exceeds fifty (50) but not more than two hundred (200) except when the employer does not maintain hazardous workplaces, in which case, the services of a graduate first-aider shall be provided for the protection of workers, where no registered nurse is available. The Secretary of Labor and Employment shall provide by appropriate regulations, the services that shall be required where the number of employees does not exceed fifty (50) and shall determine by appropriate order, hazardous workplaces for purposes of this Article;

The services of a full-time registered nurse, a part-time physician and dentist, and an emergency clinic, when the number of employees exceeds two hundred (200) but not more than three hundred (300); and

The services of a full-time physician, dentist and a full-time registered nurse as well as a dental clinic and an infirmary or emergency hospital with one bed capacity for every one hundred (100) employees when the number of employees exceeds three hundred (300).

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