1. To qualify for workers’ compensation discounts. Many states offer employers a discount on their workers’ compensation insurance premiums if they take certain steps to maintain a drug-free workplace, which includes testing job applicants.
2. To avoid legal liability. If an intoxicated employee harms someone on the job, the employer could be legally liable for those injuries. Workplace drug and alcohol use may also violate OSHA and state occupational safety laws.
4. According to the federal government, drug and alcohol use takes a toll on the American workplace. Problems relating to drug and alcohol abuse cost $80 billion in lost productivity in a single year. Employees who use drugs are three times more likely to be late to work, more than three-and-a-half times more likely to be involved in a workplace accident, and five times more likely to file a workers’ compensation claim.
– MRO (Medical Review Officer) and non-MRO urine analysis available
– Third Party Administration
– DOT drug & alcohol screening, pre-employment, random selection, reasonable suspicion, post accident & return to work drug screening
– Precautions taken against adulteration
– Negative and positive non-MRO results generally within 48 hours
– Positive MRO results generally within 72 hours
– Laboratory printout with results
– Training and Supplies available to do instant drug testing in-house at your facility
Hair Drug Testing
Alcohol Screening & Testing
– Alcohol Blow Tube Screening
– DOT Alcohol Testing (Phoenix Portable Breath Tester)
– DOT/non-DOT Instant Oral Saliva
Employee Drug Testing
– Create, implement & maintain a Drug Free Workplace Policy
– Random selection
– On-site drug screening
– Employee & Supervisory Training
– DOT drug testing
– Random selection done at no additional charge
– Maintenance of Drug Free Workplace Policy done at no additional charge