Why test for marijuana?
Here are 4 critical questions every employer should be asking when it comes to maintaining a safe and healthy drug-free workplace.
Oral Fluid Drug Testing and Emerging Technologies
Oral fluid testing remains an important part of a drug-free workplace program with many benefits from the form of collection to industry-wide appeal.
Navigating drug testing in the great resignation
It's more important than ever for employers to offer competitive hiring processes to find the best possible employees for their workplace.
Employee wellness during the holidays
Substance abuse increases during the holiday season with possible detrimental effects to both personal and professional life.
Drug testing in the age of legal marijuana: An interview with Faye Caldwell, Esq.
The complexities of marijuana continue to challenge employers. We asked an industry expert for her take and what employers should consider.
Expiring Federal Drug Testing CCF
Prepare now for the expiration of the Federal CCF. Using old forms after this date will cause significant delays because a MFR will be required.
Ask the Experts: Drug testing cutoffs
Employers should carefully select a drug test specimen type and cutoff level based on the desired window of detection and regulatory requirements.
Ask the Experts: Hair drug test collections
The amount of hair needed for a hair drug test is approximately 100 milligrams made up of the first 1-½ inches from the root end. The hair is typically cut from the crown of the back of the head in a manner where it will not be as noticeable. Learn more about hair drug test collections.
Ask the experts: Secondhand marijuana smoke
Can you fail a drug test from secondhand smoke? There are no published, peer-reviewed studies to date that indicate someone would test positive on a drug test due to incidental exposure of marijuana smoke. Learn more from Dr. Barry Sample, Quest Diagnostics.
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.