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Aboriginal-Owned and Operated

Why is this important?

As an Aboriginal business our passion comes from the knowledge that what we do for you makes a difference to you as a client, but also increases awareness of all Indigenous businesses in Alberta.

We are King Safety Solutions Inc.

We have worked within the Occupational Health and Safety field for over 20 years, first through our heavy equipment sandblasting and painting company as an NCSO, then as an OH&S Safety Officer for a welding company and now through King Safety Solutions Inc. 

Not only will you receive excellent customer service, but we can provide health and safety information to both large/medium-sized corporations and smaller companies/individuals. (See Professional team listed below)


We strive to keep ourselves, and our clients, up-to-date on all the latest changes in all aspects of the Canadian and U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Occupational Health and Safety drug testing areas. 

Our goal is to provide a fast, customer-serviced-based experience for each client.

Our professional team includes:

•      Certified Technicians (Breath Alcohol, Consortium/Third-party Administrators, Certified                 Specimen Collector, Certified DOT Specimen Collector)

•      Medical Review Officer

•      SBMHSA-Certified lab services

•      Certified Occupational Health and Safety Officer

•      National Construction Safety Officer

Not only do we offer the convenience of same-day appointments, but we also offer after-hour 24/7 emergency services.

We ensure all personal and medical information remains strictly confidential at all times. 

Importantly, we also understand and appreciate the sensitive nature of our work and faithfully adhere to current privacy legislation for both Canada and the US government.


According to The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence

"Up to 40% of industrial fatalities and 47% of industrial injuries can be linked to alcohol consumption and alcoholism"

"Shortfalls in productivity and employment among individuals with alcohol or other drug-related problems cost the American economy $80.9 billion in 1992, of which $66.7 billion is attributed to alcohol and $14.2 billion to other drugs.", and

"Drug testing as part of the hiring process is the most frequently used testing program reported by workers, followed by testing upon suspicion (30%) and post-accident (29%); about one quarter of workers report random drug testing on the job."

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The folks at King Safety were courteous and efficient - I was in and out of there in less than 15 minutes. 

Bruce, Sandblasting and Painting Company