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Environmental Health and Safety

Environmental Health and Safety
135 Dykstra Hall
1628 Claflin Rd
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506

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Occupational Health and Medical Monitoring

Exposure to various hazardous agents found in the workplace poses potential health risks. Individuals with specific risks may be required to have personal exposure monitoring, preventative measures (e.g., vaccines or antigen testing), medical monitoring (medical tests, serum collection), or medical surveillance (healthcare provider review of reported symptoms and/or medical test results).  These services must be provided to the employee at the expense of the employer.