1. In accordance with Article 20 of the Occupational Safety and Health Law, employers shall conduct physical examinations when employing workers; the following health examinations shall be conducted for in-service workers.
(1) Regular Health Check
(2) Special health examination for those engaged in special health hazard operations.
(3) Designated by the central authority concerned as a specific target and specific items of health examination.
2. In accordance with Article 14 of the Labor-Health Protection Regulations, when an employer employs a worker, in addition to the inspection items outlined in the attached Table 8, the employer shall implement special physical examinations in accordance with the types of careers and the health check items outlined in Table 9. However, the following circumstances can be exempted from the preceding general physical examination.
(1) Temporary or short-term jobs not of a continuous nature and less than six months.
(2) Health examination requirements have been regulated elsewhere.
(3) Other announcements designated by the central authority concerned.
This physical examination and subsequent health examination data will provide the University with important reference information for occupational safety and health management.
3. Failing to participate in the medical examination for new employees without any reason will lead to a fine of up to NT$3,000 according to Article 46 of the Occupational Safety and Health Law. The employer shall keep the relevant examination records for 7~30 years.4.you may provide a medical report of an accredited institution for medical examination.https://hrpts.osha.gov.tw/asshp/hrpm1055.aspx