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FMCSA increases random testing rate for 2020

As of January 1, 2020, according to a release on Dec. 27th published in the Federal Register, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has increased the minimum annual percentage rate for random testing for commercial vehicle drivers. In 2019, the...

Why You Need Class III Medical Devices

A medical device must be licensed for a particular purpose by Health Canada before it can be sold in Canada. Depending on the risks associated with that device’s use, a device would be licensed by Health Canada as Class I, II, III, or IV following the Medical...

Top 10 Adulterants — And How to Catch Them

Despite its name, there is a lot more to drug testing than just testing for drugs. Was the sample diluted? Was anything added to the sample? Was the sample even urine? Without the right adulterant screen, a set of tests that determine whether a sample was altered or...

Medical Marijuana and Workplace Drug Testing

Until recently, medical marijuana licenses were so rare that companies didn’t have to think twice about a zero-tolerance marijuana policy. As of April 1st, however, access to the drug became easier as Canadians no longer need a license from Health Canada to...