[MCOH-EH] [External] Re: Color Vision testing

da.sampson da.sampson at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 14 05:29:40 PDT 2019

I believe that acp certification requires all lab workers to have color testing.Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone
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Pharmacists and facilities workers should also be tested secondary to electronic wiring and point of care testing.


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I screen all my staff because so many things are color coded you never know who may be colorblind.. but not everyone has time for that. I do believe I was required for nursing and Lab for sure to be tested as
 they had to answer questions about color in testing lab test and other nursing duties.

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How do you determine which departments get screened?

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Employee health performs the test.  We simply use the standard book.  We son’t have a policy, and we only test for certain departments.

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Hello all, 
1)            How do you approach color vision testing of employees and who administers the tests?

2)            What kind of Quality Assurance is required on results?
3)            How do you handle reporting of failed tests to supervisors, both procedurally, and with respect to the implications on employees’ personal health information being shared with supervisors?

4)            Are these employees given accommodation if necessary?
5)            Care to share your policy?
Thank you for your time and any input you provide.
Tim Crump, MSN, FNP
Tim Crump, MSN, FNP
Family Nurse Practitioner
Multnomah Pavilion 1 SE, Suite 1110
Occupational Health
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