Mobile and On-Site Services

Mobile occupational health services can be a cost efficient and effective way to meet the increasing demands of regulatory challenges in the workplace.

It's also a great option to minimize employee’s time away from the job while allowing your company to meet medical compliance requirements without compromising productivity.

HAPPI's mobile and on-site services include:

  • DOT exams
  • OSHA-mandated surveillance exams
  • Pre-employment exams
  • Audiometry

To discuss on-site service options for your company, please contact Leslie Hlad or Julie Decker at 724-772-5400.

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Contact Us

Suite 2200
20130 Route 19
Cranberry Township, PA 16066

Phone: 724-772-5400
Fax: 724-772-5406

Leslie Hlad, MPH

Julie Decker
Account Executive

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