Tag: drug screen

Urine testing

Thwarting drug test cheaters

May 4, 2021 By

There are safeguards to help employers prevent a job applicant or employee who uses drugs from cheating or altering a drug test. Learn more.

Reasons for Testing

Random drug testing benefits employers

January 12, 2021 By

As drug use continues to rise, it is more important than ever to combine pre-employment testing with a random drug testing program.

Alcohol

Keep alcohol off the roads

December 29, 2020 By

December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month, bringing awareness to the consequences of impaired driving, and driving under the influence and preventing motor vehicle fatalities caused by alcohol consumption.

Drug Testing

The 5 panel drug test

March 3, 2020 By

The best building block for your drug-free work policy. The 5-panel drug test screens for the five most common drugs. It is the considered the standard.

News

Quest to sponsor 2019 NDASA conference

August 21, 2018 By

Quest Diagnostics Employer Solutions will be the Chairman Circle sponsor for the National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association conference in March 2019.

We're There

I’m there: Liz Vokolek

July 16, 2018 By

Liz Vokolek believes that by personally owning the problem and the solution, we can create a more productive work environment and a better customer experience.

Illicit drugs

Fentanyl fuels rise in overdoses

July 11, 2018 By

Illicitly manufactured fentanyl ranks as the top substance involved in fatal overdoses and it is often mixed with cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine.

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Avoid testing delays: Transition now to the new Federal CCF

June 25, 2018 By

We encourage you to proactively prepare for this change and double-check your paper CCF inventory today. Act now.

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Drug testing brings possibility

April 17, 2018 By

One drug test can open up a world of opportunities and potentially change someone’s life. Watch our video series and meet Sandra, Matt, and Kate.

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Our littlest addicts

March 29, 2018 By

Our country struggles with an opioid crisis and, unfortunately, adults are not the only ones impacted. According to Reuters Investigates, a baby is born dependent on opioids every 19 minutes and the number of children born with neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) is rising.