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ninerfour

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So apparently NATCA and the FAA have come up with an OJT recall plan. This along with seeing in the 19’ hiring bid thread that MMPI scheduling has begun again in New Jersey only at this moment, it sounds like things are picking up a little bit. Not gonna speculate on when just want to put the information out there that a plan is now in place on a national level.

quick summary of the plan is, they’re using Harvard’s Global Health Institute as the metric on which they measure cases. They’ve given colors to indicate where the facility is at in terms of risk per 100,000 people. Red being 25 or more cases per 100k people. Green being less than 1 case per 100k. Facilities must maintain a risk level of yellow or green for two consecutive weeks for OJT (perhaps other employees/work that’s non-control related Like HR stuff) to resume. Status and risk level of facilities is tracked and reviewed weekly.

there’s some more red tape as well but this is the gist of things.
Honolulu has resumed mmpi testing as well! Hopefully that means a lot of other facilities will too and we’ll get to get this process moving! I think the mmpi was the only clearance thing that was not being conducted and holding us up. So hopefully as long as facilities are in the green/yellow, we can get our CIL and get moving!
 

ZR-388

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Does anyone know if the Physical / Drug Test / MMPI 2 / eQip has any leeway with when it is scheduled or if you get the schedule all at once? I am going to be out of the country after December, and would prefer if possible to get all 3 of these scheduled in as small a timeframe as possible so that if I need to come back to the US it can be a short amount of time. I am planning on coming back for Academy of course but would prefer to only come back once before that happens.
 
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shoak

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Does anyone know if the Physical / Drug Test / MMPI 2 / eQip has any leeway with when it is scheduled or if you get the schedule all at once? I am going to be out of the country after December, and would prefer if possible to get all 3 of these scheduled in as small a timeframe as possible so that if I need to come back to the US it can be a short amount of time. I am planning on coming back for Academy of course but would prefer to only come back once before that happens.
You need to complete all CIL stuff within 60 days of receiving the CIL email.
You can schedule everything as close as possible. I believe eQip was sent to me around 1-2 weeks after I did my fingerprints. However, if ever the investigator needs to have an in-person interview, that can be at any point.
 

ninerfour

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You need to complete all CIL stuff within 60 days of receiving the CIL email.
You can schedule everything as close as possible. I believe eQip was sent to me around 1-2 weeks after I did my fingerprints. However, if ever the investigator needs to have an in-person interview, that can be at any point.
Do you remember how far back you had to document doctors appointments/hospitalizations and prescriptions? I’m trying to gather that info so I’m prepared. And did you just call your doctors and find out when your appointments were? I think that’s pretty much the only way to find out without guesstimating.
 

shoak

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Do you remember how far back you had to document doctors appointments/hospitalizations and prescriptions? I’m trying to gather that info so I’m prepared. And did you just call your doctors and find out when your appointments were? I think that’s pretty much the only way to find out without guesstimating.
I don't remember being asked about previous medical appointments since I don't have any medical issues, I might be wrong. But the pre-employment medical worksheet has a section asking if you ever had any medical condition, past and current, and all associated prescriptions(dosage & frequency).
 

ninerfour

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I don't remember being asked about previous medical appointments since I don't have any medical issues, I might be wrong. But the pre-employment medical worksheet has a section asking if you ever had any medical condition, past and current, and all associated prescriptions(dosage & frequency).
Gotcha thanks!
 

Merle

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Do you remember how far back you had to document doctors appointments/hospitalizations and prescriptions? I’m trying to gather that info so I’m prepared. And did you just call your doctors and find out when your appointments were? I think that’s pretty much the only way to find out without guesstimating.
Last I knew it was the last 3 years.
 

32andBelow

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Do you remember how far back you had to document doctors appointments/hospitalizations and prescriptions? I’m trying to gather that info so I’m prepared. And did you just call your doctors and find out when your appointments were? I think that’s pretty much the only way to find out without guesstimating.
If you have insurance you can get a print out of all the charges submitted to them. That should cover everything. They should have the date of service too
 

ninerfour

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Ps. Going forward keep a running list. Cus they ask for all this again for your every 2 years medical appointment.
Got it. Thank you! I actually just called and asked for it and they’re printing me a document to pick up later! It was super easy. Glad to have that checked off
 

Zeeshan

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I am assuming you don't have to provide details about the emergency visits like I had food poisoning and was on medication for one week, stuff like that, right?
 

Foppery&Whim

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I am assuming you don't have to provide details about the emergency visits like I had food poisoning and was on medication for one week, stuff like that, right?
On the pre-employment medical worksheet, it will ask you about historical and current medical conditions/prescriptions. Just be truthful. I also had food poisoning and disclosed it.
 
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