Medical Surveillance

The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH), better known as Cal/OSHA, requires that employees with the potential for elevated exposures to certain harmful agents are provided the opportunity to attend Medical Surveillance examinations. Examples of such potential exposures can include, but are not limited to: loud noises, hazardous chemicals, biological hazards, regulated carcinogens, asbestos, lead, and crystalline silica.

The purpose of the SDSU Medical Surveillance Program is to ensure that this preventive administrative hazard control is implemented effectively at SDSU.

SDSU Medical Surveillance Program

Medical Surveillance Notification Form