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Federal and state law mandates occupational health and safety standards. Emergency response personnel must meet physical standards in order to perform their duties. Nassau NDI Diagnostics offers a complete medical package to satisfy OSHA regulations 29CFR 1910.156, 1910.120 and 1910.134, in addition to NFPA standards 1500 and 1582.

Board-certified physicians, nurses, and technicians conduct tests using safe, non-invasive procedures and equipment. Physicians perform a physical examination, review medical history, and assess results prior to classifying the individual according to OSHA Class A, B, C or D requirements. Where medical indications necessitate follow-up, NDI physicians direct the individual to their personal care provider. NDI does not diagnose or administer treatment based on the medical evaluation. Drug testing, vaccination and supplemental medical services are also available.

Over 85% of emergency services across the county are staffed by volunteers. Whereas a visit to a doctor’s office or clinic would involve taking leave, NDI schedules medical evaluations for evenings and weekends. The NDI medical team comes to your facility, at your convenience.

Frequent communication between NDI and our clients assures adherence to departmental and industrial policy and procedure. NDI provides updates on services and regulations, and is always available to answer questions.

Service Listing

Class “A” complete osha-mandated physical examination for interior firefighters

  • Vital signs: pulse, respirations, blood pressure and, if indicated, temperature
  • Dermatological system
  • Ears, eyes, nose, mouth, throat
  • Cardiovascular system
  • Respiratory system
  • Gastrointestinal system
  • Genitourinary system
  • Endocrine and metabolic system
  • Musculoskeletal system
  • Audiometry (Maicro 728) (hearing test)
  • Color blindness test
  • Spirometry test (pulmonary function test)
  • C.B.C. (blood tests) and SMAC 25 (47 tests)
  • 12 lead Electrocardiogram (E.K.G.)
  • Medical physicians to perform tests
  • Medical report indicating status

Class “A” re-certification physical examination

  1. Medical examination
  2. Pulmonary function test (pft)
  3. Medical report indicating status

Class “B” physical examination

  • All of the above with the exception of pulmonary function test (pft).

Class “C”/”D” physical examination

  • C.B.C. (blood tests) and SMAC 25 (47 tests)
  • 12 lead Electrocardiogram (E.K.G.)
  • Medical physicians to perform examinations
  • Medical report indicating Class “B” or “C” category.

“JR. PHYSICAL” Junior physical examination for junior firefighters ages 17 and under

  • Vital signs: pulse, respirations, blood pressure and, if indicated, temperature
  • Dermatological system
  • Ears, eyes, nose, mouth, throat
  • Cardiovascular system
  • Respiratory system
  • Gastrointestinal system
  • Genitourinary system
  • Endocrine and metabolic system
  • Musculoskeletal system
  • Audiometry (Maicro 728) (hearing test)
  • Color blindness test
  • 12 lead Electrocardiogram (E.K.G.)
  • Medical physicians to perform tests
  • Medical report indicating status