Synthetic drugs, are becoming more prevalent in workplaces as users look for quicker, greater, and easier highs and dealers look for ways to circumvent drug laws. Here’s what you need to know as an employer.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) is considering amendments to their drug testing program to include oral fluid testing as an acceptable workplace drug testing method. In light of this potential shift, oral-fluid testing is becoming more popular with Canadian and US employers. Keep reading to learn more…
A non-negative specimen is not the same as a positive specimen. A drug test result is categorized as positive if testing indicates the presence of a targeted drug or its metabolite at a level above the minimum cut-off. However, a non-negative specimen also does not clearly indicate that the test subject has not used prohibited drugs.
The 13-panel drug test screens for commonly misused prescription drugs and illegal substances including Amphetamines, Barbiturates, Benzodiazepines, Cannabinoids, and more. Learn more…
Developing an effective drug and alcohol policy requires a knowledge of the testing types and knowing which one is most applicable to your business needs. Here’s what you need to know about the 5-panel urine test and the 5-panel oral fluid drug test.
Understand drug testing cut-off levels for various test types, including urinalysis, oral fluid, and hair follicle testing.
Get a quick overview of the benefits of urine drug testing in the workplace, including the substances detected and more.