Up to 50 percent of all workers’ compensation claims are related to workplace substance abuse. Substance impairments may lead to 3.5 times more accidents.
Paperless Drug Testing
Our closed-loop testing event increases efficiency and helps you control costs. A paperless process helps achieve a 24-hour turnaround for negative results and instant urine test results using eCup and xCup options.
Urine, Hair & Oral Fluid Testing
Our urine drug testing includes a vast nationwide network of collection sites and supports extensive panel options, including DOT urine testing. Hair testing can uncover habitual drug use that might not be apparent through urine or blood tests. Pre-employment drug screening using hair provides insight into a longer window of detection. Spot checks for illegal drugs involving oral fluid tests can save lives. We schedule reputable partner providers to come directly to your premises to administer oral fluid tests to your staff.
Candidates can schedule employment drug testing and health screening directly from their mobile devices. Our network of nationwide clinics makes it easy to find a site that can accommodate their medical service requirements at one location.
DOT Medical Services
We provide DOT Physicals and Non-DOT Physicals on a nationwide basis at 3,500 sites. Our system utilizes electronic ordering which allows you to track where in the process your employee’s recertification or job candidates new certification currently stands (ordered, at the site, missing information, and complete result). Our tracking takes the guesswork out of when can I hire this candidate?
DOT Drug Testing
Make sure your drivers are never impaired on the road. Perform a standard DOT-approved drug test and/or random, post-accident or reasonable suspicion drug screening and breath alcohol testing. Drivers can electronically schedule their DOT and non-regulated drug tests and physicals through their mobile devices and process electronic chain of custody forms.
Compliance and what you need to know to perform employment drug testing
Employers using a Consumer Reporting Agency (CRA), to run background checks to assess candidates and employees must comply with the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and various laws, agencies, and regulations that govern employment screening. When running a drug screening program, it’s also important to do the following:
Create & Follow A Company Drug Testing Policy
Drug testing must be administered fairly and consistently. Candidates seeking employment can be tested as a condition of employment, but all incoming employees need to be tested and no one may be singled out.
Check Your State’s Laws
Some states have imposed limitations on pre-employment drug testing. For example, California allows a drug test only after the applicant has received an offer of employment conditioned on passing the test. In other states, employers that drug test may be required to provide written notice or indicate in their job postings that testing is required. Check your state’s laws.
Be Proactive About Compliance
Always consult with your legal counsel if you have questions about drug tests as part of your employment screening program.