Aviation Medicine & Occupational Screening

  • Pilot & Aircrew screening
    To screen the visual function and eyes of candidates’ for suitability to work or train as pilots or aircrew as per the protocol of the aviation authority or employer of the applicant
  • Lasers workers screening
    To screen the visual function and eyes of candidates’  for suitability to work with lasers as per NEA protocol
  • Fitness to drive
    To screen the visual function and eyes of candidates’ for suitability to drive as per guidelines endorsed by the traffic police.

Some points to note before eye screening:

Do not drive, take public transport and bring sunglasses and hat as we will be dilating your pupils and you may experience glare in bright sunlight. You may also find it hard to read for a few hours when the pupils are dilated and may not be able to do work required near vision. The pupils will revert to their natural state in 4 to 6 hours later.

Book an appointment with us for an eye screening.