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  • At East Coast Mobile Medical we are always looking to provide our valued stakeholders with the latest industry and ECMM news. 

  • Canadian police forces hold off on ordering the on

    Canadian police forces hold off on ordering the only device approved to test saliva for THC From the National Post  Brian" target="_blank">https://nationalpost.com/author/plattpostmedia">Brian Platt September 18, 2018 3:41 PM EDT OTTAWA — Recreational cannabis becomes legal in Canada i...

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  • HOLIDAY CLOSURE : SEPT. 03, 2018

    ECMM WILL BE CLOSED ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2018 FOR LABOUR DAY.  Post Accident and Reasonable Suspicion services will not be affected by the closure. If you need to book an emergency appointment please contact 1-800-294-2971 and follow the prompts to reach our After Hours line. Thank you...

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  • Medical Marijuana Found To Be Undue Hardship In Sa

    Canada: Medical Marijuana Found To Be Undue Hardship In Safety Sensitive Positions - The Problem Of Residual Impairment The Arbitrator in Lower Churchill Transmission Construction Employers' Association and IBEW, Local 1620 dismissed a grievance on April 30, 2018 concluding: The Employer d...

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  • Trucking Regulations Surrounding Cannabis are Stil

    MP Bill Blair addressed concerns from residents about the upcoming changes to drug laws, including those about impaired driving and use by those in safety sensitive positions. Clic" target="_blank">https://www.todaystrucking.com/trucking-regulations-surrounding-cannabis-are-still-being-worked-out-blair/">Clic ...

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  • Drug testing proposal splits group helping Liberal

    The decision to introduce legislation to legalize cannabis, which the government hopes to have in place in July, has placed pressure on the government to establish national rules for workplace drug testing. Please" target="_blank">http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/pot-drug-testing-proposal-1.4579536">Please Click...

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  • DOT Testing Panel Changes

    IMPORTANT MEMO – Changes to US DOT Drug Testing Requirements The US Department of Transportation (USDOT) has made changes to their drug testing requirements taking effect January 1st, 2018. The primary changes pertain to the substances tested for in their standard 5 panel, most notably, it ...

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  • Collection Site Changes - Truro, NS

    After many years of working with ECMM, our collector in Hilden, Nova Scotia is retiring. ECMM is actively working on a replacement site to service the Truro area, however, for the moment this location is temporarily unavailable. While we work towards a replacement site, appointments will be accommod...

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  • NOW AVAILABLE Safety Culture SC100 Training Course

    We are happy to announce our new online training course: Safety Culture SC-100!  Safety Culture is a broad, organization-wide approach to safety management that brings open communication, continuous improvement and increased productivity. A culture is made up of beliefs, attitudes and practi...

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  • Medical Marijuana in the Workplace

    As the number of Canadians who are prescribed medical marijuana grows and the federal government looks at a new legislative framework for the legalization and regulation of marijuana, what does its use mean for the workplace?  Please click below the access the entire article from t...

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  • Nova Scotia Executives Commit to Healthier Workpla

    Nova Scotia Executives Commit to Healthier Workplaces Interesting article published by the CBC - READ

  • Changes Coming Soon to DOT Drug Testing Rules

    Please see below an article from Truck New.Com that discusses Changes Coming Soon to DOT Drug Testing Rules  READ MORE  

  • U.S. DOT updated Employers Handbook

    The U.S. DOT's Office of Drug & Alcohol Poliy and Compliance has updated the Employer Handbook. It outlines What Employers Need to Know About DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing' guidelines.  Take a look at by clicking the link below. http://www.dot.gov/odapc/employer_handbook  ...

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  • Canadian Model for Providing a Safe Workplace

    The Canadian Model For Providing a Safe Workplace: Drug and Alcohol Guidelines And Work Rule v5.0 is the most recent version of the Canadian Model released by the Construction Owners Association of Alberta (COAA) Click the link below to download the document: http://ecmm.ca/files/file ...

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  • Oil sands drug-testing battle reaches critical sta

    Oil Sands Drug-testing

  • Employers Liability for Drunk Employee

    Should an employer be held liable for a fatal car crash caused by a drunken driver who was an executive of the firm? A federal jury in Michigan is hearing the wrongful death suit brought by Gary Weinstein, whose wife and two sons were killed in 2005 when a car driven by Thomas Wellinger crashed i...

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