UAB Hospital Employee Health is conducting N95 Fit Testing in accordance with OSHA standards for hospital employees. The purpose of the N95 Respiratory Protection Program is to establish standard operating procedures based on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Standards for General Industry (29 CFR Part 1910, Subpart I, Standard Number 1910.134) to ensure the protection of all employees from respiratory hazards through proper selection and use of respirators. A list of employees required to fit test annually can be found in the UAB Health System: Airborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan, January 1, 2014, Appendix C.

N95 Fit testing will be held at the location listed below:

Employee Health North
University Hospital
Russell Wing- 1st floor across from HR
RWUH Suite 101
1813 6th Avenue South
Hours: 7 a.m.- 4 p.m. (office closed from noon to 1 p.m.)
Phone: 205-996-9270
Fax: 205-996-9274

Testing Information:

  • The process will take at least 10 minutes. There is no appointment necessary but new employees with scheduled physical appointments will be seen before walk-ins.
  • Employee should not smoke, eat, chew gun, or drink anything other than plain water 15 minutes prior to fit test.
  • We will not be able to fit test anyone with ANY facial hair per OSHA standards. EMPLOYEES WITH FACIAL HAIR SHOULD NEVER WEAR AN N95 TO CARE FOR PATIENTS ON AIRBORNE PRECAUTIONS!
-If you were not fit tested by hospital employee health in 2013, please print and complete the Initial N95 Respirator Use Form.
-If you completed the Initial N95 Respirator Use Form, were medically cleared then fit tested in 2013, please print and complete the Follow-Up N95 Respirator Use Form.

Please bring applicable form with you when come for fit testing.
Forms can be found under the Health Forms tab.


Sherri Crowe, SPHR
Executive Director
Hospital Human Resources

Tarra Mosley-Green, RN,MSN
Employee Health Supervisor

Donald Lee Bowman, BA, HRM, RN
Donna Harrell, RN, BSN
DAngelo Jones, CRNP
Jessie McCrary, RN, BSN
Brian Bailey, RN
Robin Shapielak, RN

Regina Harper, BS, Office Operations Supervisor 
Marla Pickett, Office Service Specialist III
Janel Tate, Office Service Specialist III


Please Note: The forms on this page can be completed online and then printed. This action requires Adobe Acrobat® Reader (free). If you do not have Adobe Acrobat® Reader download it, and return to this page.

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Healthcare workers are at risk for accidental needlesticks, splashes or other exposures to blood or body fluids. We all should do everything possible to protect ourselves (and others) from these occurrences by using safety devices, protective equipment, standard precautions and other elements of safe practice.

If an exposure occurs, the employee should report it as soon as possible to Employee Health. When the office is open, you can report directly to us. After hours, on weekends and holidays report by calling the Call Center at 934-3411 and asking them to page the person on call for the Needlestick Team.
Please read the Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control Plan for more information.