Tag: Drug Testing Index

Illicit drugs

Marijuana webinar recap

June 27, 2014 By

Experts presented a webinar about marijuana use, common terminology, state laws, and insights from the Quest Diagnostics Drug Testing Index.

New to Drug Testing

New to drug testing: Drug Testing Index

November 26, 2013 By

The Drug Testing Index has been the industry’s ‘go-to’ report on drug use trends for more than 25 years.


Baseball players are not the only ones failing drug tests

August 9, 2013 By

Like Major League Baseball, other employers are also working to crack down on drug use.


The status of drugs in the American workplace

July 10, 2012 By

The Status of Drugs in the American Workplace by Dr. Barry Sample, published in the July 2012 issue (Vol. 10, No. 6) of Case In Point.


Positives spike for safety-sensitive workers

March 19, 2012 By

New Drug Testing Index data reveal a 33% jump in cocaine positives in the federally mandated, safety-sensitive workforce.


Prescription opiates rank second behind marijuana in workforce positives according to Drug Testing Index

October 12, 2011 By

American workers continue to use prescription opiates at high levels. Development of clear workplace policies is reinforced with help from the DTI.


Bringing the DTI to life

October 3, 2011 By

This new video highlighting information reported by our most recent DTI shines a spotlight on methamphetamine abuse and its highly addictive nature.


Hawaii meth project features DTI data

July 7, 2011 By

The 2010 Quest Diagnostics Drug Testing Index cited, workers in Hawaii are four times more likely to test positive for meth in workplace drug testing.

Oral Fluid testing

Oral fluid reveals heroin use

January 28, 2011 By

Oral fluid has revealed approximately five times more heroin use in the general U.S. workforce than previously believed.


Insightful webinars on drug testing

March 17, 2010 By

Director of Science and Technology, Barry Sample, presented a Webinar entitled "Recent Trends in Workplace Testing for Illicit Drugs in Hair and Urine."