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Occupational Health Locations

Occupational Health: Ithaca, New York

Posted May 9, 2016

Did you know that Mobile Health has locations nationwide? Chances are you’re already close to one! We’ve expanded, and we want to take the opportunity to show off some of our convenient locations! Do you live in New York? If so, you might find our Ithaca, NY location convenient. Located at 740 South Meadow St,[Read the Rest]

Employee assistance programs for employees struggling with drug addiction

Posted March 30, 2015

An important part of an effective drug-free workplace program is having an employee assistance program (EAP) for employees that are struggling with drug abuse. According to the Department of Labor, the reasons for having an EAP as an aspect of a company’s drug-free workplace program are threefold: 1. Employees are a vital part of business[Read the Rest]

abused drugs

How much do you know about commonly abused drugs?

Posted February 17, 2015

Below is a list of commonly abused drugs with their street names, drug type, method of ingestion, desired effects and side effects, and drug schedule classification. A drug schedule classification is defined by: “..Drugs, substances, and certain chemicals used to make drugs are classified into five (5) distinct categories or schedules depending upon the drug’s[Read the Rest]

Introducing drug-free workplace programs and worker's comp discounts

Recap of Mobile Health’s Code 60 Webinar

Posted February 12, 2015

On February 3rd, 2015, Mobile Health’s Brian McCormack, along with Egan Attorneys’ Susan Egan hosted a webinar to discuss the benefits companies can get from complying with New York State’s Code Rule 60. Representatives from over 50 New York City companies attended the webinar. A brief description of Code 60 is below, as well as[Read the Rest]

Increasing Synthetic Drug Abuse in the Workplace

Posted December 17, 2014

With synthetic drug use on the rise amongst Americans, employers are now faced with a new challenge of maintaining a safe & drug-free work environment.  The increased use of synthetic marijuana products such as K2, Spice, Dream, & Kronic are posing a serious danger for workplaces all around the world. Instep Limited’s chief executive Matthew[Read the Rest]

Workplace drug testing collection methods

Workplace Drug Testing Sample Options

Posted December 15, 2014

When employers establish drug-free workplace policies, they have multiple options when it comes to administering drug tests. Each method varies in detection time and intrusiveness. This is an overview of the four most common drug testing sample types that businesses may use to enforce their drug-free policies. Urine drug testing Urine drug tests are the[Read the Rest]

History of Workplace drug testing

History of Workplace Drug Testing

Posted December 1, 2014

Incredibly, 84% of private employers perform pre-employment drug testing on all new hires in 2006, but it hasn’t always been this way. Prior to the 1980’s, private businesses had very little interest in workplace drug tests. The Federal Government only got interested in such drug testing in the late 1970’s following the discovery of drug use by[Read the Rest]

Phencyclidine: Concern for New York City Employers

Posted November 20, 2013

The plague that spread across America in the 70’s is not gone, and a new SAMHSA study suggests that it might be making a rebound. PCP, angel dust, and wet are just a few of the terms used to describe recreational phencyclidine. Legally used in veterinarian clinics as an animal tranquilizer, recreational users indulge to[Read the Rest]

5 Panel Drug Testing Process

Posted October 9, 2013

Mobile Health performs nearly 200,000 drug tests a year, and has a specialized and professional approach to ensure that every test is reported accurately. Our 5 panel drug test is the most popular drug testing method, most commonly used with urine. It may also be tested using hair, blood, or saliva samples instead. Below is[Read the Rest]

What happens when an employee fails a drug test?

Posted July 5, 2013

What happens when an employee fails a drug test? The entire reason for workplace drug screening is to prevent drug abusers from joining a company payroll. However, what actually happens when a drug test comes up as positive? When in doubt, employers should always consult with a lawyer for legal advice. Every state has different[Read the Rest]

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