Prior to the adoption of Ord. 21480 on 10/15/2012, Section 19-146 read as follows.


    (a) A city employee or job applicant may, at any time, be required by the department head   with the approval of the director  to undergo medical examinations or some form of work capacity assessment by physicians or specialists chosen by the city's employee health medical advisor to determine the employee's fitness or continued ability to perform the essential functions of the employee's job. The city medical examination report form shall be used to record the results of the physical examination.

    (b) The results of such examinations or assessments shall be kept by the city's employee medical advisor for use in considering the appropriate treatments, therapies and accommodations and to determine the employee's continued fitness for work. The results may also be used when discussing accommodations with the employee and to determine the employee's continued fitness for work.

    (c) The city's employee medical advisor and wellness educators shall, during their office hours, be available to all employees for emergency medical consultation and first aid treatment.


(Ord. No. 14617, § 2, 9-18-95; Ord. No. 17016, § 1, 9-17-01; Ord. No. 21456, § 1, 9-17-12 )

    Editor's note--Ord. No. 14617 § 2, enacted September 18, 1995, repealed § 19-146 and enacted the new provisions set out above. Former § 19-146 derived from Code 1964 § 22.1110 and Ord. No. 13488 § 1, 10-19-92.