A company based in Winnipeg is facing serious charges for allegedly faking drug test results for numerous truck drivers for nearly a year.
Winnepeg police say that drug testing company Precision Health Limited failed to perform proper tests on truck driver samples from October 2017 through September 2018. According to reports, 32 trucking companies and hundreds of truck drivers could be affected by the fraudulent drug tests. Investigators say that the trucking companies were unaware that the drug tests had been falsified.
Precision Health Limited’s 53 year old owner Colleen Faye Robinson has been charged with fraud and forgery.
“Investigators learned that the contracted company did not properly test driver samples according to mandated procedures and test results were falsified and provided to drivers,” Constable Jay Murray told CTV News.