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Primetime Occupational Testing
11 Center St
Deer ParkTX 77536
Primetime Occupational Testing |11 Center StDeer ParkTX77536 | (281) 930-7153

Professional Services For Your Company's Needs

DOT Physicals

A Department of Transportation physical is necessary for individuals who are employed as drivers of commercial trucks, buses, and vans. This physical exam ensures all drivers are to date with their health examinations and are physically able to handle long hours of driving.

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DOT Physicals Can Include:

  • Vision Test
  • Hearing Test
  • Urinalysis
  • Blood Pressure Test
  • Physical Exam

Pre-Employment Testing

Advancing to the next stage of the hiring process can depend greatly on a pre-employment test. Many employers use these tests to know if you're the right candidate for specific job openings. Learning about the different pre-employment tests can help you adequately prepare for the steps you need to get a job that aligns with your career path.

Types of Pre-Employment Tests:

  • Job Knowledge Tests
  • Physical Ability Tests

Audiometry

Being a driver of a commercial vehicle requires optimal hearing ability. With our audiometry testing at Primetime Occupational Testing, we can ensure your hearing ability is at the appropriate levels for safe driving.

Our audiometry test measures the intensity and tone of sounds, balance issues, and other issues related to your inner ear function. This can determine if you’ve a hearing loss due to injury or natural hearing loss over time.

Audiometry tests are non-invasive and carry no risks. Successfully passing an audiometry test will ensure you’re able to effectively work as a commercial vehicle driver.

Hair Follicle Collection

One of the normal procedures that employers use in testing employment candidates for the appearance of drugs in their system is through hair follicle testing. These tests screen for illicit drug use and the misuse of prescription medications.

During a hair follicle test, a small amount of your hair is removed from your head and analyzed for drug use for the preceding 90 days.

These tests are typically used to test for:

  • Amphetamine
  • Methamphetamine
  • Ecstasy
  • Marijuana
  • Cocaine
  • PCP
  • Opioids (codeine, morphine, 6-acetyl morphine)


Breath Alcohol

A breath alcohol test measures how much alcohol is in the air you breathe out. Breath alcohol testing devices estimate how much alcohol is in your blood, otherwise known as your blood alcohol content.

Individuals being tested will breathe into a disposable mouthpiece of a device. In just five minutes, a result will be determined as zero (pass), warn, or fail. This test is usually reliable after just 15 minutes following consumption and for 24 hours following.

Saliva Testing

Another non-invasive form of drug testing is saliva collecting. With this test, saliva is collected in a plastic tube. Individuals' saliva is then measured for hormones such as cortisol, estrogen, progesterone, and androgens.

You can usually collect your sample in the privacy of your home or office and discreetly submit your sample.

Urine

Urine collection, or urinalysis, is one of the many resources many employers use to identify the appearance of numerous prohibited drugs. Getting a urinalysis. A urinalysis is a simple test that looks at a small sample of your urine. Not only can these tests be used to identify the appearance of drugs, but they can also help find problems that need treatment, including infections or kidney problems. They can also detect the possibility of serious diseases in the early stages, like kidney disease, diabetes, or liver disease.

Pulmonary Function Testing and Respiratory Fit Testing

This test is conducted to evaluate the employee's lung condition and capacity and may be used to evaluate whether a person is medically fit to wear a respirator

It can be used as a baseline and annual evaluation of lung function which OSHA requires for work positions that have environmental exposures.

Supplied Air and Bottlewatch Testing

We’re pleased to offer classes that teach students the basic application of a respirator and rescue air bottle along with basic upkeep and care of the mask/equipment. Students also learn about physical fitness as well as appearance which will help maintain one’s ability to wear the respirator for a long period of time. In the bottle watch aspect of the course, an individual learns how to use and change out the air tank while on the job and what they need to be aware of while in this position.

Classes are offered at 9 a.m., noon, and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. The classes typically last 1 to 1 1/2 hours given the size of the class and the amount of time needed to ensure everyone is comfortable with the equipment and responsibilities. There is also a written test along with hands-on training and any group discussion regarding the test.

Signing up for the class typically comes from the employer. Normally, employers send the employee to the clinic with an authorization sheet filled out with all that is needed. However, since we are a walk-in clinic, individuals are able to show up 15 before a class and be scheduled on the spot.

Test results from various clinics can be texted to our business line for quick response.

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