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WNY Occupational Health Care provides substance abuse testing during normal business hours and 24 hours per day, 7 days a week with our on-call service.*

Testing is provided for Pre-employment, Post Accident, Return to Duty, Follow Up, Random, and Reasonable Cause.

All testing is performed in accordance with applicable State and Federal Regulations.

Drug and Alcohol Screening at WNY Occupational Health Care

*After normal business hours, testing is available for Post-Accident and “Reasonable Cause” situations. An On-Call Occupational Health staff member will test the individual in the Emergency Department of Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center, in the Occupational Health Clinic or on-site at the employer’s location.

Prior arrangement is required for after hour testing.

Your Choice of Tests

Offering a variety of test panels

A variety of different test panels are available including:

  • Hair testing. All testing is performed in accordance with applicable State and Federal Regulations.
  • Breath Alcohol Testing. This testing is performed in accordance with the Department of Transportation guidelines for Evidential Breath Testing.

WNY Occupational Health Care can also provide Third Party Administration (TPA) services for employers who are required to maintain compliance with Federal Regulations for random testing and statistical record keeping. In addition many employers may choose to use a TPA to manage their company program.

WNY Occupational Health Care can provide services that include:

Current Program Review

Comprehensive Written Policies

Eligible Employee List Management

Random Selections

Collection Site Selection

Employee Education

Medical Review Officer Services

Eligible Employee List Management

Statistical Record Keeping

Supervisor Education

It is suggested and in some cases required, that all companies performing Substance Abuse Testing have a written policy regarding reasons for the testing.