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Employers Choice Screening provides Occupational Health Screening & Training solutions that assist federal agencies to meet their annual contracting requirements

Employers Choice Screening is a certified small disadvantaged business registered with the Small Business Administration (SBA) through the 8(a) Business Development Program. We serve local, state, and federal government agencies to provide innovative background screening, occupational health testing, and compliance training services to meet your specific needs. We assist our clients in strategically meeting their operational and contractual goals and objectives and have the ability, resources, and staff available to successfully manage and perform on any federal contract as a prime contractor or subcontract partner.

Employers Choice Screening has successfully performed professional services as a Prime Contractor for numerous Federal Government Departments. Please feel free to contact us for a capabilities request, past performance, or quote.

Federal Contractor Profile (SAM.GOV)
Employers Choice Online Inc
DUNS Number: 078273241 I Cage Code: 6LB09 I
Unique Entity ID (UEI): XNY3W3ESBJ83

Occupational Health Screening Services Include:

  • Audiometric Testing / Hearing Conservation Testing Program
  • Respirator Fit Testing Services & Training
  • Medical Surveillance Physical Examination Services
  • Drug Testing
  • Health Screening & Immunizations

Training Services Include:

  • Sexual Harassment Training
  • Diversity (DEI) Training

Registered NAICS Code(s):

  • NAICS 561611 Investigation Services
  • NAICS 561450 Credit Bureaus
  • NAICS 621999 All Other Miscellaneous Ambulatory Health Care Services
  • NAICS 621498 All Other Outpatient Care Centers
  • NAICS 621511 Medical Laboratories
  • NAICS 621340 Offices of Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapists, and Audiologists
  • NAICS 611430 Professional and Management Development Training
  • NAICS 541611 Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services