Encompass Compliance Corporation (ENCC) Hires Schoonover as Chief Operating Officer
CHARLOTTE, NC–(Marketwired – June 20, 2016) – Encompass Compliance Corporation (OTC PINK: ENCC) announces that it has made an addition to its management team, hiring Mr. James Schoonover as its Chief Operating Officer.
James A. Schoonover, 59, comes to ENCC after a 16 year career with MEDTOX Scientific, which was sold to Laboratory Corporation of America in 2012. Schoonover has been involved in the drug and alcohol testing industry since 1987, having held both operating and marketing positions with companies involved in laboratory testing and specimen collection services.
Richard Sharp, CEO of Encompass, stated, “Jim Schoonover brings a very successful track record of growth and profitability to Encompass Compliance Corporation. His ability to profitably grow MEDTOX from $20 MM to $120 MM while providing clients with exceptional service was well recognized in the drug and alcohol testing industry. His public company experience will help Encompass, as we bring our new web-based compliance platform to market. I believe Jim will offer a fresh perspective and heightened communication capabilities to our valued shareholders.”
About Encompass Compliance Corp.
Encompass Compliance Corp. is the most comprehensive provider of workplace drug, alcohol & marijuana compliance services. The company provides organizations with policies, procedures and training for supervisors and employees to manage their drug and alcohol testing programs. In addition Encompass provides claim defense services for your safety, risk and legal teams as well as information and content that supports your Human Resource and Drug Compliance Program Managers.
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