Category: Urine testing
Thwarting drug test cheaters
There are safeguards to help employers prevent a job applicant or employee who uses drugs from cheating or altering a drug test. Learn more.
Challenging the poppy seed defense
A Quest Diagnostics study helps to answer the question: Can eating poppy seeds produce a positive drug test for a job applicant or employee?
Seven facts about urine drug testing
Why is urine testing the most frequently used method for workforce drug testing? Get the facts about urine testing from Quest Diagnostics.
Back to basics – What you need to know about each drug test specimen
Our webinar series teaches you the fundamentals of the most popular drug test specimens to help employers execute a successful workforce drug testing program. Watch now.
A closer look: Drug testing panels
With hundreds of different combinations of detectable drugs and cutoff levels, there’s a urine testing panel for almost any reason for drug testing.
5 drug positivity take-aways from our Industry Insights webinar
Read about the 5 take-aways from our recent webinar covering the latest data from the Industry Insights: Quest Diagnostics Drug Testing Index.
3 Ways Cheaters Cheat
A drug testing program is only as good as its safeguards. Learn some of the most common ways people try to cheat a drug test and how to stop the cheaters.
What is a regulated drug test?
A regulated drug test typically involves a urine or alcohol collection performed for specific agencies categorized as “safety-sensitive” workplaces because of the potential influence of their job on public safety.
6 highlights from our urine drug testing webinar
We kicked off our three-part webinar series, Back to basics, focusing on urine drug testing. Read six highlights from the webinar surrounding best practices for collections and laboratory processes that help to ensure an accurate urine drug test.
Back to basics webinar series: urine drug testing
In our upcoming webinar series, Back to basics: urine drug testing, Mark Haworth and Charlie Sullivan, answer common questions about urine drug testing.