§ 35.22. Requirement of examinations.
(a) Employers shall cause every employe engaged in the activities specified in § 35.21 (relating to applicability) to be physically examined at least once a month by a licensed physician for the purpose of ascertaining if symptoms of lead poisoning appear in any employe.
(b) The employe shall submit himself to the monthly examination, and to examination at such other times and places as he may reasonably be requested by the employer. The employe shall fully and truly answer all questions in regard to his physical condition asked him by the examining physician.
(c) These examinations shall be made by a licensed physician designated and paid by the employer, and shall be made during the working hours. A time allowance at the expense of the employer shall be made to each employe so examined.
This section cited in 34 Pa. Code § 35.21 (relating to applicability).
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