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WELCOME:

WELCOME A NNUAL P HYSICAL E XAMINATION

ANNUAL PHYSICAL EXAMINATION:

ANNUAL PHYSICAL EXAMINATION Reference: PNP Memorandum Circular Number 2016-020 PNP COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH AND PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAM

Rationale::

Rationale: The Philippine National Police, as an institution and one of the leading law enforcement and public safety agencies of the government, believes that the physically and mentally fit personnel can deliver effective and efficient police/public service. Previous physical health programs were developed for PNP personnel because of their exposure to high level job-related stresses affecting their physical, emotional and mental well-being.

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However, there had been incidents that resulted in exhaustion and other cardiovascular diseases, or as a result of performing the PFT without preparation. The PNP, in order the recurrence of similar incidents, intends to improved its Physical Fitness Program by adopting and implementing the PNP Comprehensive Health and Physical Fitness Program (PCHPFP) in order to remove those who cannot maintain being physically fir and to categorize them with Total Permanent Physical Disability (TPPD)

PHYSICAL PROFILE SERIAL SYSTEM:

PHYSICAL PROFILE SERIAL SYSTEM Develop by the US Military and Armed Forces of the Philippines. Its basic purpose is to provide an INDEX TO THE OVERALL FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY of an individual in relation to the specific function of the police service. The Physical profile serial system is based primarily on the function of the body systems and their relation to the police duties. The functions of the various organs, systems and integral parts of the body are considered

PHYSICAL PROFILE 1 (P1):

PHYSICAL PROFILE 1 (P1) Considered to possess a high level of medical fitness May withstand the rigors of prolonged police work or its core functions of patrol operations, investigative and intelligence operations, traffic management and other public safety functions May engage in fatiguing work, marching and prolonged hand to hand fighting for long periods of time Those 39 years old and below with no medical problem/defects

PHYSICAL PROFILE 2 (P2):

PHYSICAL PROFILE 2 (P2) May be exposed to the rigors of work for prolong period, the same as those categorized as P1, but may have minor defects light or slight limitation of movement May perform normal police duties and can cope with requirements of police work. For those 40 years old and above

PHYSICAL PROFILE 3 TEMPORARY (P3T):

PHYSICAL PROFILE 3 TEMPORARY (P3T) Considered to possess medical conditions or physical defects that can still be treated, controlled or cured within specific period as prescribed by the attending HS Medical Officer. Individual who has one or more medical conditions or physical defect that may require temporary physical activity/ limitations while on-going treatment May still be required to perform administrative duties/function, unless re-classified by HS

PHYSICAL PROFILE 3 PERMANENT (P3):

PHYSICAL PROFILE 3 PERMANENT (P3) Considered to possess medical conditions or physical defects that cannot be treated or cured as prescribed by attending HS Medical Officer. Individual has one or more medical conditions or physical defects that may require permanent physical activity limitations. Unable to perform full effort except for brief or moderate period Have the ability to work at least 8 hrs a day with periods of rest and defend himself/herself in close encounters. May still be required to perform administrative functions/duties.

PHYSICAL PROFILE 4 (P4):

PHYSICAL PROFILE 4 (P4) Considered to possess one or more medical conditions or physical defects of such severity that performance of duty is drastically limited. Fails to meet the criteria of the first three classifications. Provided also that the continued police service is contributory directly or indirectly to the worsening and deterioration of the medical condition as certified by appropriate medical specialist UNFIT for further police service!

APE:

APE PROCESS FLOW

REGISTRATION:

REGISTRATION

2. BLOOD EXTRACTION:

2. BLOOD EXTRACTION

3. VITAL SIGN:

3. VITAL SIGN

4. BODY MASS INDEX (BMI):

4. BODY MASS INDEX (BMI)

5. URINALYSIS:

5. URINALYSIS

6. CHEST X-RAY:

6. CHEST X-RAY

7. ECG:

7. ECG

8. VISUAL ACUITY TEST ( SNELLENS):

8. VISUAL ACUITY TEST ( SNELLENS)

9. REVIEW OF APE FORM:

9. REVIEW OF APE FORM

10. DENTAL PROFILING:

10. DENTAL PROFILING

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