Premiere Projects

  • Mobile Medical Corporation Providing On-Site Medical Services & Drug Testing For URS's Washington Division's Clean Air Project.

    Mobile Medical Corporation (MMC) was recently chosen to provide comprehensive on-site medical services to URS Washington Division's Merrimack Clean Air Project in Bow, New Hampshire. MMC's industry pioneering on-site nursing and first aid stations will be responsible for administering initial new hire safety training, providing first responder medical treatment and conducting pre-employment and follow up substance abuse testing and biological monitoring.

  • Clark Construction/Balfour Beatty New Campus East (NCE) Project

    The NCE project is a Clark/Balfour Beatty Joint Venture and a Contractor Controlled Insurance Program (CCIP)- NCE Project started January 1, 2008 and is slated to take about 5 years to complete. The project plans are to construct two stadium sized office buildings, an independent technology center, a five story parking garage, and a self-contained utility station. The construction project is taking place on an 88 acre army base, located in Springfield, Virginia. The site was once used to test foreign nation's explosives, some of which still may be scattered throughout the worksite.

    MMC's on-site staff provides triage, first aid treatment, and post accident drug screens. The staff also monitors follow-up patient treatment and care, as well as assists the CCIP coordinator with claims on patient progress. Each day the on-site staff assists with new hire orientation, meets with patients in the medical facility, does site tours to be aware of topical project changes and is responsible to manage the project emergency transport vehicle, (provided by Mobile Medical Corporation). On-site staff also conducts post accident urine drug screens on every worker injured and pre-employment drug screens when requested by project contractors.

  • Brandon Shores Scrubber (AQCS) Project

    Constellation Energy Group's Brandon Shores Project began in June 2007. This industrial construction project is part of Constellation Energy's compliance with the clean air regulations. The project is the construction of an air quality control system at the Brandon Shores fossil fuel generation station. There are an estimated 800 employees on this project with the bulk of the work being performed by union tradesmen and women from various local unions. When fully staffed, the project is expected to reach 1200 employees.

    Mobile Medical Corporation provides the only on-site medical and substance abuse screening services to this project, covering two shifts daily for six and sometime seven days per week, an average of 135 hours per week. This project is staffed with seasoned EMS professionals on both shifts with a wide range of education and experience in pre-hospital medical treatment. The staff for MMC has become a vital part of the overall safety program at Brandon Shores, assisting daily with documentation and logging of any vital information and statistics related to this project

  • The Pennsylvania State University Owner Controlled Insurance Program

    The Pennsylvania State University Owner Controlled Insurance Program with Marsh Insurance and Zurich North America started on April 14, 2003. The purpose of this station was to provide medical treatment during seven (7) rolling construction projects taking place throughout the campus. The contract was a four year project with demolition of old structures and five new buildings constructed. The projects included the Life Science Building Project, Information Science and Technology Project (IST Building), Eastview Terrace Housing Campus Project, and the East Sub Campus Project. The overall cost of this project was $500 million dollars.

    Mobile Medical Corporation (MMC) set up a 24'x 50' office trailer on the East Sub Campus section to service the projects. Mobile Medical Corporation staffed the first aid station with licensed, trained Paramedics/Registered Nurses as per the job requirements. Mobile Medical Corporation's primary function was to perform triage, first aid treatment, and manage ongoing patient care. The staff on this site also reported claims to the insurance carrier (Zurich North America) on all injuries and accidents, and conducted new hire orientation training, as well as pre-employment and random drug testing of all workers.

    The MMC staff assisted in selection of the physician panel and helped monitor treatment of injured patients by documenting treatment plans and progress. The staff assisted in customizing job descriptions for these patients to get them back to work quickly.

  • U.S. STEEL Corporation Contractor Substance Abuse Program

    Mobile Medical Corporation began a drug-free partnership with US Steel in 2002 during its major outage projects. MMC coordinates testing for all contractors and employees prior to entering US Steel plants. In January of 2007, US Steel established mandatory a drug testing requirements for any contractor performing work on USS property. They adhered to the new rules by setting up an onsite facility at the US Steel plant, located near Pittsburgh, PA. The purpose of this program is to enforce testing requirements for pre-employment testing, post-accident testing, and random testing.

    Mobile Medical Corporation is the third party administrator for US Steel in the Pittsburgh, Monongahela Valley. MMC's on-site program administrators to provide orientation to new contractors, collect pre-employment urine drug screens, notify US Steel's designated representatives when workers produce non-negative results, and maintain a data base for each contractor at a USS site.

    The onsite staff is also responsible for submitting the testing information to the MMC corporate manager. Together, the manager and staff administer a random program by creating a selection list and collecting the tests at the jobsite. The onsite staff and corporate manager also create statistical reports for corporate management. US Steel pays for the hourly rate for the on-site collector and MMC bills the individual contractors for the drug screens.

  • Ironworker-Management Progressive Action Cooperative Trust

    The Ironworker International Labor-Management Committee, IMPACT, has developed National Substance Abuse Testing Program with standardized policy and centralized administration. Local unions contributing to the IMPACT fund enroll in the program through the central TPA, who then sets up their local jurisdiction for testing, initiates the program and trains the program users.

    Each Local Union's program information is rolled into the IMPACT national database, which uploads eligible worker information daily to a secure, pass-code protected, online verification system that is shared between participating locals nationwide. At this time, the program includes policy, procedure and materials for substance abuse testing and supervisory training. Phase II of this project is to add other workers credentials, such as employee background checks and safety and training certifications.

  • Master Builders Association of Western PennsylvaniaContractors Substance Abuse Testing Program

    The Western Pennsylvania Construction Industry “Drug Free” Partnership is a substance abuse program developed by the union contractors and multiple building trades to create a “drug free” workplace in the construction industry in Pittsburgh, PA. The program includes over 25,000 union construction workers who are testing annually for annual, random and post accident testing. Testing is conducted in 33 counties through a network of collection facilities and on site testing at job sites and union halls. The program was initiated in 2000 is contractor driven. Contractors verify that workers have a valid program test though MMC's online verification system. The program is used by over 200 contractors who perform an average of 3000 verification each month.

    MMC coordinates all program testing and regular program maintenance. MMC administers the onsite random testing for this project. Jobsites are randomly selected through contractor pool and all workers onsite must report for test collection. MMC also notifies members when the annual test is due. Other responsibilities include MRO evaluation and enforcing disciplinary procedures.

  • Reliant Energy Contractors Substance Abuse Testing Program

    All contractors, subcontractors, and maintenance contractors on this project are required to participate in the Reliant Energy Contractors Substance Abuse Testing Program All managers, supervisors and new hires are required to check in to the Mobile Medical Corporation drug-testing trailer as part of the hiring process.

    Workers who do not have a current Reliant Energy drug test or a recognized program card have a pre-employment test collected. New hires with a "Drug-Free" Program Card or a recognized program test will have their program test verified. Contractors using another facility for testing must provide proof, i.e., chain of custody, copy of test results, or valid drug free card, to the MMC medical technician on-site.

    Project Random Testing is performed regularly throughout all RELIANT ENERGY outage projects. Selection is from the project pool and all contractors, subcontractors, and maintenance contractors working at the project are subject to Random Testing.

    If a worker damages property or injures himself or another person he is subject to post accident testing. A breath alcohol test is included with a post accident test.

    Any worker who has a confirmed positive test is on a Reliant Energy project is removed from the jobsite and is added to the Reliant Energy comprehensive coded system, which restricts him/her from working at any Reliant Energy project until he/she has completed the rehabilitation requirement and disciplinary procedures. All workers who test negative are added to the comprehensive eligibility list for valid pre-employment test on any Reliant Energy project.

    The primary role of MMC on this project is to enforce the requirements of the Contractor Substance Abuse Program, coordinate all testing and administer the random testing for each project. As each new hire checks in, the on-site technician first checks him for prior offense, then verifies if there is an existing recognized test, and finally collects a new test if one is needed. MMC coordinates MRO Interviews with any worker who tests positive and reports the result to appropriate designated representatives. It is also the responsibility of MMC to administer the random testing during the project. At the end of each project, MMC prepares a final project report which includes the number of tests and verifications sorted by contractor along with project testing statistics (number of negative and positive results) and a cost savings analysis. The information from each outage project is updated to the companies' comprehensive reports for the Reliant Contractor Substance Abuse Testing Program.

  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Drug Free Workplace Initiative

    IBEW implemented a Drug Free Workplace Program for all International Officers, International Representatives, and management personnel at the International and district offices beginning February 2005. The kick-off was prior to beginning their approved Category I language for the IBEW locals throughout the country. Testing is completed at each location and participants are placed into a program random pool.

    MMC reviewed the policy written by the International and developed an implementation plan. MMC also coordinates all testing at district office locations and at the International headquarters in Washington, D.C., collects data, administers the random program and enforces disciplinary procedures.

    In addition to the International's program, MMC provides testing and administration for IBEW locals through out the United States.

  • Construction Industry Substance Abuse Program Union Construction Industry Partnership

    MMC was selected in 2000 as the third party administrator for the Construction Industry Substance Abuse program, an industry wide substance abuse program developed through the Cleveland Building Trades. The program was designed to eliminate repetitive testing and provide a safe workplace. The program has gained acceptance statewide and is also accepted by the Ohio BWC as a comparable “Drug Free Workplace Program” enabling contractors/customers to receive discounts on their workers comp rates.

    The program includes annual, random and post accident testing using a ten-panel drug screen. MMC Cleveland coordinates all testing, training, data management and reporting. Also, MMC promotes the program statewide through industry associations and organizations and sits on the Ohio Safety Congress “Drug Free Workplace” Panel.