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3. What is the health tracking examination for the prevention of occupational disease?

(1) Based on the epidemiological evidence and exposure to particularly hazardous works, the incubation period for some occupational diseases may range from 10 to 30 years. Hence, in order to enhance the protection of labor’s right to health and relevant interests, the Bureau deal with health tracking examination for the prevention of occupational disease, as well as early detection of signs of occupational-related diseases and early treatment.

(2) Labors who have engaged in harmful work as specified in Paragraph 2 of Article 2 of the “Regulations of Labor Occupational Accident Insurance Health Examination and Follow-up Health Examination for Prevention of Occupational Disease” and who have been insured for one year in a row, for labors who change the works, resign, or withdraw the insurance, the insured unit or the labor him/herself may apply to the Bureau  for occupational disease prevention tracking examination, and may apply for such examination once a year.

(3) Examination fees 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:2022-10-17