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1. What is a health inspection for occupational sickness prevention?

(1)In order to protect an insured person’s health, the Bureau of Labor Insurance holds health inspections for occupational sickness prevention. Such inspections are held to help discover occupational sickness at an early stage, so that such sickness can be treated as early as possible.

(2)The insured who engages in harmful work as stipulated in Paragraph 1 of Article 2 of the “Regulations of Labor Occupational Accident Insurance Health Examination and Follow-up Health Examination for Prevention of Occupational Disease” and whose period of the most recent insurance coverage has been lasting for more than 1 year from the date of acceptance of the application by the Bureau may apply for such examination once a year.

(3) The examination fee shall be paid by the Bureau with reference to the provisions of the relevant items listed in the national health insurance medical service payment items and payment standards.
Last Update:2022-09-13