What type of testing do you need?

Note that you must arrive with valid government-issued photo ID and for mask fit tests you must be clean shaven. (Checkboxes for hearing, lung, mask fit, and other assessments at bottom of list.)

Point of care drug panel testing (POCT)

Note that all non-negative results are sent to lab for confirmation.


Drug panel--5/7 panel POCTDrug panel--8 panel POCTDrug panel--10 panel POCT (COAA and DOT compliant)Drug panel--12 panel POCTDrug panel--oxy only POCTDrug panel--fentanyl only POCT

Lab specimen collections (LAB)


Drug panel--5/7 panel LABDrug panel--8 panel LABDrug panel--10 panel LABDrug panel--12 panel LABOral fluid drug panel--6 panel LABOral fluid drug panel--12 panel LAB

Other testing


Breath alcoholHearing (audiometry)Lungs (pulmonary function)Health assessment (requires extra scheduling)

Respiratory fit testing

Note you must be clean shaven for this test. You should also have a back-up mask type to test, in case your first choice isn't a fit.

​A list of the available brands and sizes of masks we use for fit testing is available on our main respiratory fit testing info page.


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What date and time works best for you?

Our hours for testing at our Edmonton facility (Safety Coordination Services) are:

  • Monday to Friday, between 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
  • After hours testing from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. is by appointment only (call to inquire and set up an appointment: 780-485-3585)

We also offer testing at our Leduc facility (Leduc Safety Services) on Wednesdays between 9:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. by appointment only (call to inquire and set up an appointment: 780-485-3585)​

And how can we reach you to confirm the booking?