SO what does Fomema have to say about the complaints? A spokesman said it could only talk if it got the green light from the Health Ministry.
The following information taken from Fomema's website answers some questions from employers.
One reply is about inconsistent medical reports.
Fomema said doctors who were not on their panel for the foreign workers' health-screening programme may not have the criteria for certification for suitability for employment in this country.
It said a doctor may have the opinion that the worker was fit to work despite having detected the likelihood of a communicable disease.
In such cases, the benefit of the doubt is given to the country and not the worker.
On the possibility of tests performed on one patient by different doctors yielding conflicting results, Fomema said this could happen when X-ray findings or lab test results showed abnormalities.
In such cases, the worker's status will be amended to "unsuitable" upon investigation.