Mobile Workplace Testing Services

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Flexible On-Site Workplace Testing

We provide Flexible On-Site Workplace Testing, offering a comprehensive array of solutions to elevate the well-being and safety of your workplace. Our tailored services are thoughtfully crafted to cater to various aspects of occupational health, fostering a healthy and productive work environment.

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We Promote a Safer Workplace

Through these services, we help identify potential health risks, monitor employee’s wellbeing and contribute to a safe and healthy work environment.

Occupational Wellness Solutions

Our Goal is to Enhance Workplace Health and Safety

Drug and Alcohol Testing

Drug and alcohol testing in the workplace ensures a safe, healthy, and productive work environment while minimizing the risks associated with substance abuse. At Canadian Occupational Wellness, we offer the two common types of drug and alcohol testing methods; Point-of-Care Testing (POCT) and laboratory-based testing. For both POCT and laboratory based testing, we offer a range of different panels, suitable for your specific needs.

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POCT Drug and Alcohol Testing

POCT refers to testing methods that can be performed on-site, providing rapid results within a short period. These tests are often conducted using urine or saliva samples and can detect a wide range of drugs, including marijuana, cocaine, opioids, amphetamines, and alcohol. POCT is commonly used in workplaces and roadside screenings, enabling quick decision-making regarding a person’s immediate fitness for duty or driving.

Lab Based Drug and Alcohol Testing

Our laboratory-based drug and alcohol testing involves sending samples, typically urine, to our partnered laboratory for comprehensive analysis. This method provides a more extensive and accurate assessment of substance presence and concentration. Laboratory-based testing can detect a higher level of sensitivity and specificity. It is commonly used in situations where confirmation of results is necessary, such as in legal proceedings, pre-employment screenings, and substance abuse treatment programs.

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Oral Fluid Testing

Oral fluid drug testing, also known as saliva drug testing, is a method used to detect the presence of drugs or their metabolites in a person’s oral fluid or saliva. This type of testing has gained popularity due to its non-invasive nature, ease of sample collection, and shorter detection window compared to other testing methods. During an oral fluid drug test, a collection device is placed in the individual’s mouth to absorb saliva, which is then analyzed for the presence of drugs using various testing technologies.

One of the key advantages of our oral fluid drug testing is its ability to detect recent drug use, typically within the past 24-48 hours, depending on the substance. This makes it particularly useful for workplace testing or situations requiring immediate results.

DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing

At Canadian Occupational Wellness, our drug and alcohol testing program includes DOT (Department of Transportation) testing. DOT drug and alcohol testing refers to the specific guidelines set forth by the Department of Transportation, which apply to safety-sensitive positions in transportation industries, such as trucking and aviation who travel across the U.S Border. These regulations mandate specific testing panels and cutoff levels, as well as the use of approved testing laboratories and procedures.

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Hair Strand Testing

Hair strand testing is a method used to detect the presence of drug metabolites in an individual’s hair sample. Unlike other drug testing methods that analyze urine or saliva, hair strand testing offers a longer detection window, spanning approximately 90 days. This is because drugs and their metabolites can become incorporated into the hair shaft as it grows. During the testing process, a small sample of hair is collected near the scalp and sent to a specialized laboratory for analysis.

Hair strand testing provides several advantages over other testing methods. It offers a retrospective view of an individual’s drug use over an extended period, making it useful for monitoring substance abuse patterns. Additionally, it is difficult to adulterate or tamper with hair samples, making it a reliable method for determining long-term drug use history.

Audiometric Testing

Audiometric testing, also known as a hearing test, is a crucial diagnostic procedure used to evaluate an individual’s auditory system and assess their ability to perceive sounds. This non-invasive examination is conducted by our certified audiometric technicians. The test involves the use of specialized equipment, such as headphones and an audiometer, to measure the person’s hearing sensitivity across various frequencies and intensities. The results of the test are represented on an audiogram, which displays the person’s hearing thresholds for different frequencies. This information helps identify the type, degree, and configuration of any noise induced hearing loss or impairment.

By accurately assessing an individual’s hearing abilities, audiometric testing plays a crucial role in establishing an employee’s baseline hearing abilities, educating them about appropriate hearing protection, and monitoring for any changes in hearing.

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Spirometry Testing

Spirometry testing is a fundamental pulmonary function test used to assess lung function and aids in diagnosing respiratory conditions. It measures the volume of air an individual can inhale and exhale forcefully and the speed at which they can do so. The results obtained from spirometry testing provide valuable information about lung capacity, airflow limitation, and the presence of obstructive or restrictive lung diseases.

Through spirometry testing, our technicians can identify abnormalities and refer to specialists for further evaluation of lung conditions such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and interstitial lung disease.

Spirometry testing in the workplace serves as a proactive measure to promote respiratory health, detect early signs of lung impairment, and maintain a safe working environment.

Fit For Work Assessments

Pre-employment fit for work assessments are an integral part of the hiring process in many organizations. At Canadian Occupational Wellness, our assessments are designed to evaluate the overall health, physical fitness, and suitability of a candidate for a particular job role. Our assessments include components such as medical history questionnaires, physical examinations, and screenings for specific health conditions or occupational hazards.

By conducting comprehensive fit for work assessments, employers can make informed decisions regarding candidate suitability and make necessary arrangements to accommodate individual health needs. These assessments serve as an essential step in creating a safe and productive work environment while ensuring the health and well-being of both employees and employers.

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Vision Screening

Occupational vision screening is a proactive measure implemented to assess and monitor the visual acuity and eye health of employees. At Canadian Occupational Wellness, this screening typically involves a series of tests performed by our certified nurses. The test includes visual acuity tests, colour vision tests, depth perception evaluations.

Our primary goal of workplace vision screening is to identify any potential vision impairments or eye health issues that could affect an employee’s job performance or safety. By detecting problems early on, employers can take appropriate measures to address them, such as providing corrective eyewear or arranging for further medical evaluation.

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Contact Canadian Occupational Wellness today to schedule our professional and efficient testing team to come directly to your workplace, ensuring the health and safety of your employees. Experience peace of mind and compliance with our comprehensive and tailored mobile testing solutions.