In this case study, we will explore how mining companies can use various types of occupational tests to reduce Total Recordable Incident Rates (TRIR) long term.
This article addresses what employers should know about testing for marijuana in 2023.With the legalization and decriminalization of marijuana in more and more states, the way employers conduct drug testing will evolve.
In this article, we will briefly cover just three State Drug Testing Laws 101-type questions that we get all the time.
Are you an Ontario-based employer trying to understand provincial workplace safety governing bodies and requirements? Knowing your obligations and ensuring compliance can be challenging. Read on to find out what you need to know to protect your workers.
This article covers the common OHS risks, challenges, and compliance regulations to help employers in the territories stay on top of their OHS responsibilities and ensure their workplace campaigns are safe and effective.
The pandemic and subsequent supply chain crisis have brought the relationship between food security and worker health into sharp focus. Delivering global food security means keeping workers healthy, and unfortunately, in several vital areas, food manufacturing, packing and transportation sector employees are at risk.
At SureHire, our experts are frequently asked when employers should test their employees. Of course, keeping employees and the public safe are the main reasons to test, but there are many scenarios that might prompt an employer to complete occupational testing. Here are 6 of the most common reasons for initiating occupational health testing.