Resources: Webinars

Webinar: Cannabis and the workplace
Our webinar helps employers navigate the complexities of cannabis and the workplace. Register today and learn how to better navigate this complex topic.
 
Drug positivity rates continue at historically high levels
Marijuana positivity continues double-digit increases to keep overall drug positivity at historically high levels, according to the latest Quest Diagnostics Drug Testing Index.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Does workforce drug testing work?
There is a wealth of research that shows that workforce drug testing can help to foster a healthy, safe, drug-free environment.
 
New insights from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health
It is important for employers to examine trends and data, such as NSDUH, that helps to inform a workforce drug testing program.
 
Proposed guidelines for hair drug testing
SAMHSA has proposed scientific and technical guidelines for the inclusion of hair in Federal drug testing programs. Note: These are only proposed Guidelines and hair testing is not approved for any Federally mandated drug (eg, DOT) testing. Read all public comments online including those from Quest.
 
Know the risks of marijuana
Increased awareness on the potential risks of marijuana is needed as more states continue to pass legislation around the drug.
 
Debunking 5 popular marijuana myths
Facts based on decades of research on the effects of cannabis in humans have helped to debunk many modern day marijuana myths.
 
Drug use rises again in the American workforce
Drug positivity in 2019 hit a 16-year high in the US workforce, according to the latest Quest Diagnostics Drug Testing Index.