2014 Oklahoma Statutes
Title 40. Labor
§40-191. Restrictions on requirement of physical examination - Report not basis of damages.
It shall be unlawful for any person, partnership, association, or corporation, either for himself, herself, or itself, or in a representative or fiduciary capacity, to require any employee or applicant for employment, as a condition of employment or continued employment, to submit to, or take, a physical or medical examination, without providing such examination at no cost therefor to such employee or applicant for employment, or without furnishing, upon the request of the employee or applicant for employment within thirty (30) days after such examination, free of charge, to such employee or applicant for employment, a true and correct copy, either original or duplicate original, of the examiner's report of such examination. It shall further be unlawful for any such person, partnership, association or corporation to require any employee or applicant for employment to pay, either directly or indirectly, any part of the cost of any such examination, report, or copy of report. Provided that the report of any physical examination furnished in accordance with this section shall not be made the basis or predicate for any action in damages against the physician and surgeon making and furnishing such report.
Laws 1949, p. 286, § 2.
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