Workplace Drug Testing
Business owners are losing over $100 billion per year due to substance abuse in the workplace. We can help you create a turnkey drug-free workplace program and provide you with laboratory or instant testing. We can also facilitate testing all over the US through our large network of collection sites, so contact us about your testing program – we can help!
Our comprehensive drug-free workplace program includes the following:
- A written drug-free workplace policy
- Employee education materials & program
- Supervisor training
- Employee assistance program or employee referral
- Drug and alcohol testing
- And more
Benefits of a drug-free workplace:
- Increased productivity
- Higher caliber applicant pool
- Reduced turnover
- Reduced tardiness and absenteeism
- Reduced health insurance costs
- Safer work environment, lower liability, and lower workers compensation costs
Let us customize a testing program for you!
We have contracts with all of the major laboratories and can conduct testing for a variety of substances. Call us today to discuss your testing needs.
Hair Follicle Drug Testing
This is a great option for an employer or parent wanting to determine historic drug use going back further than a few hours or days. Hair Follicle Testing for drugs is a great way to get an in depth assessment of up to 90 days (per 1.5″ of hair).
Simple specimen collection (hair is cut, not pulled!) with highly accurate results are provided quickly and meet the same reference standards as urine. In addition, there are no known methods for sample adulteration (hair washing will not dilute the sample). Because specimen collection can be directly observed, the risk of adulteration is even further reduced. Hair testing is also forensically defensible in most courts of law.
When compared with urine specimen testing, hair testing provides up to 2.5 times the number of positives and a longer detection window. Hair testing commonly tests for Amphetamines (including Ecstasy), Cocaine, Marijuana, Opiates, and Phencyclidine (PCP).
Alcohol testing can be done utilizing a variety of specimens (breath, urine, saliva, etc.) and depending on what information and detection window you require we can identify the test for you. We offer federally regulated alcohol testing, urine alcohol testing, ETG testing, among others.