This industrial construction company implemented pre-hire Fitness-to-Work testing with SureHire in April 2012. From April 2012 to December 2015, *4322* candidates were tested.
This trucking service company implemented pre-hire Fitness-to-Work testing with SureHire in January 2014. From January 2014 to December 2015, *951* candidates were tested.
John, a 37-year-old carpenter, was performing overhead work when his shoulder gave out, resulting in a shoulder strain. John was taken to a family doctor for an injury assessment, put off work, and referred for diagnostic imaging and rehabilitation. This injury resulted in a WCB lost time claim.
SureHire saved my husband's life in May 2013.
Donor's Wife - Newfondland
An Alberta-based camp & catering company started pre-employment drug and alcohol testing in January 2008. Within that year, management became concerned with the high number of injuries and WCB costs and as a result implemented SureHire’s Fitness-to-Work Program in June 2009 as part of their pre-employment process.
In June 2014, one of SureHire's strategic clients completed on-site reasonable suspicion tests for 75 of their employees. The results came back with a 44% positivity rate for THC.
A candidate completed Fitness-to-Work testing. Due to his previous history of carotid artery blockages, Medical Review followed up with the candidate and indicated that he needed to follow up with his doctor. Approximately a week later, he called SureHire and thanked us for saving his life as he had another blockage.
Candidate for the Fitness-to-Work Program