Category: New to Drug Testing

New to Drug Testing

New to drug testing: Over but not out

May 1, 2014 By

Whether you’ve been in the industry for two weeks or twenty years, in some ways, we are all new to drug testing.

New to Drug Testing

New to drug testing: We’re there

April 23, 2014 By

We believe it’s not enough to simply deliver results, but instead we strive to be there for our clients through every step of the drug testing process.

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New to drug testing: Medical professional panels

April 17, 2014 By

Despite their knowledge and training, medical professionals are just as at risk for substance abuse as the general public.

New to Drug Testing

New to drug testing: Webinars

April 10, 2014 By

Our webinars are hosted by industry experts in an effort to provide you with information that you can use to optimize your drug testing program.

New to Drug Testing

New to drug testing: Post-accident testing

April 4, 2014 By

Post-accident drug testing, sometimes referred to as “post-incident” testing, can help determine if drugs or alcohol may have influenced an accident.

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New to drug testing: Medical review officer

March 28, 2014 By

An MRO is an independent, licensed physician who is responsible for reviewing laboratory results and evaluating medical explanations for them.

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New to drug testing: random testing

March 20, 2014 By

While keeping drug users from being hired is important, deterring current employees from using drugs is just as vital.

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New to drug testing: Pre-employment screening

March 13, 2014 By

There are many drug testing programs available, but pre-employment screenings help to filter out drug users before they even step foot on your premises.

Oral Fluid testing

New to drug testing: Oral fluid testing

March 5, 2014 By

While urine is the industry standard for drug testing, oral fluid is the best option for detecting recent drug use.

Synthetic drugs

New to drug testing: Synthetic stimulants

February 28, 2014 By

Synthetic compounds change frequently and our scientific experts must monitor, and adjust our testing panels to an ever-changing list of substances.