For companies looking to get started with alcohol testing, purchasing an Evidential Breath Testing (EBT) device (especially for multiple technicians) is a significant investment. Many companies may be tempted to use a non-EBT device because of the lower cost, but only an EBT device can be relied upon to provide accurate and legally defensible alcohol … Continued
The Construction Owners Association of Alberta (COAA) recently published version 5.0 of their “Canadian Model”, The Canadian Model For Providing a Safe Workplace: Drug and Alcohol Guidelines And Work Rule v5.0. This version features a welcome increase in both clarity and readability, and a number of sections have been overhauled, including a much-improved section outlining … Continued
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 Devices Regulations under the Food and Drugs Act, … Continued
EDI launches K2 Spice test. Express Diagnostics is excited to offer the DrugCheck® dip urine test for K2 or “Spice” with a cutoff of 25 ng/mL, the lowest cutoff for synthetic marijuana on the market. The DrugCheck K2/Spice Test is available in multi-panel cup and dip, as well as single test strip or dip cassette.