Tag: post-accident drug testing

Drug Testing

Preventing drug-related workplace accidents

June 13, 2019 By

Post-accident drug positivity has been increasing annually since 2011. Workplace accidents are expensive and dangerous; however, with workplace drug testing programs in place, many may be prevented.

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Year in Review: Top seven blogs in 2017

December 19, 2017 By

We are excited to countdown of the most compelling stories of the year and to recognize a nomination by our team for our favorite social share.

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Increases in illicit drugs, including cocaine, drive workforce drug positivity to highest rate in 12 years

May 16, 2017 By

The Quest Diagnostics Drug Testing Index shows increases in positivity for illicit drugs, such as marijuana and cocaine, across virtually all test types.

Drug Testing

Post-accident positivity climbs among American workers

January 4, 2017 By

Quest Diagnostics Drug Testing Index data shows a significant increase in positive post-accident drug tests in the American workforce.

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By the Numbers: 24/7 emergency collections

September 29, 2016 By

In this edition of "By the Numbers," we look at the numerical values that enable our 24/7 emergency collections to operate as efficiently as they do.

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Post-accident drug testing guidelines under review by OSHA

September 20, 2016 By

Learn why OSHA is reviewing post-accident drug testing guidelines. What impact will it have on accident reporting and drug testing programs?

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OSHA’s new rule and post-accident drug testing

May 31, 2016 By

Learn what employers should know about a new OSHA regulation published May 12, 2016 and its potential impact on post-accident drug testing.

Illicit drugs

Comparing policies in states with legalized marijuana

December 23, 2015 By

A new, first-of-its kind survey from SHRM compares substance abuse policies in states where medical and recreational marijuana is legal.

New to Drug Testing

New to drug testing: Post-accident testing

April 4, 2014 By

Post-accident drug testing, sometimes referred to as “post-incident” testing, can help determine if drugs or alcohol may have influenced an accident.