A prescription safety
available to businesses
Clients save up to 40%
on prescription safety
eyewear purchased from
an optometrist's office
There is no cost to enroll
Once a worker is tested by the system, he/she
receives either a “pass” or “refer” result. A pass
means the system has found no impairment
compared to their normal baseline. Refer means
the system has found some form of impairment
that requires the attention of a supervisor.
The system doesn’t identify the cause of the
impairment – only that it exists.
“It is identifying any kind of impairment
that exists now,” said Roberts. “Impairment can
come from alcohol or drugs, but it can also be
because of health problems, new prescriptions,
lack of sleep from a new child in the family, poor
reactions to shifts – things that I like to call ‘unintentional
impairment.’ Everyday things that
can be deadly if not identified.”
KEEP SAFETY IN SIGHT
“Our system is not punitive.
We say you’re not good
today so go home and we’ll
see you tomorrow, and we’ll
drive the worker home.”
– Lorne Schnell, Morsky Industrial Services Ltd.
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