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Pre-employment medical examinations

Quick and Quality Service

  • State of-the-art technology makes it possible to send results within an hour of a clinical exam's completion
  • The best turnaround time of the industry from the appointment to the result in less than 48 hours
  • Detailed report that facilitates your decision-making process
  • Access to a Canada-wide network of clinics, three of which are located in the Montreal metropolitan area (Brossard, Laval and Montreal) and one in Trois-Rivières
  • Unique to Biron: A functional capacity assessment tailored to the inherent risks of the task (a kinesiologist goes on-site at no cost)
  • Our physicians, nurses and kinesiologists work collaboratively to ensure candidates have the physical and mental abilities to perform the duties and tasks of the job

Why should you do pre-hiring medical exams?

All of our pre-employment exams are tailored to address the unique risks and characteristics of your workplace. Each examination protocol is customized and conducted according to strict quality standards, regulated, applied and supported by specific procedures.

The Biron Team’s pre-hiring examination can help you:

  • Determine if an employee meets the physical and psychological requirements of the position
  • Select the right employee for the right position
  • Identify health problems that may endanger the health and safety of employees
  • Prevent workplace accidents
  • Reduce the direct and indirect costs of injuries or illnesses
  • Reduce replacement and turnover costs
  • Establish a baseline for potential claims
  • Reduce the costs of the Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST)

Interesting statistics

  • Studies have shown that the average cost of a workplace injury is between $32,987 (IRSST) and $38,355 (CSST).
  • The average cost of a pre-hiring medical exam is $200.

Conditions for maximizing the success of a pre-hiring medical exam

  • Establish the requirements for each task
  • Establish and follow a systematic examination procedure
  • Choose relevant tests according to the requirements of the task
  • Collect data in a comprehensive manner, ensuring that it is directly aligned with the task requirements
  • Use a standardized testing procedure
  • Update the program when tasks are changed