Resources: White Papers

The new age of marijuana white paper
This white paper aims to shed light on the drug, its legal classification, and the importance of drug testing in the workplace.
 
Pre-employment drug testing
Pre-employment drug screening, the most common reason for drug testing, takes place as part of the hiring process.
 
Random drug testing webinar
Experts uncover why random drug testing is beneficial to deter drug use in the workplace in our July 15 webinar. Register now.
 
The 5 panel drug test
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.
 
Marijuana frequently asked questions
Whether it is about its legal status, its side effects, or if employers can drug test employees, questions are plentiful about marijuana. We’ve answered some of the most frequently asked questions to help you sift through the noise and get a true sense of the current state of marijuana.
 
International drugs—a series introduction
Drug use around the globe is increasing. We will take a deep dive into data from the World Drug Report in our new international drugs blog series.
 
3 ways we are improving customer support
We compiled the top 3 reasons why our employer customers contact us to build self-service resources to best support their most common drug testing inquiries.
 
Webinar in review: Flip the switch, why you should turn on digital drug testing
In our recent webinar, our experts highlighted the value of electronic Custody and Control forms for workplace drug testing.
 
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.
 
Webinar: the true value of electronic Custody and Control Forms (eCCF)
In our upcoming webinar, Flip the switch: why you should turn on digital drug testing, learn the true value of electronic Custody and Control Forms (eCCF).