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Numerous studies have proven the advantages of drug testing in the workplace. The first and foremost reason for drug testing is workplace safety. Following workplace safety there are many financial advantages and financial savings associated with drug testing.

Here are just a few:

  • Increased productivity
  • Increased moral
  • Reduced accidents
  • Reduced absenteeism
  • Reduced employee theft
  • Reduced turnover
  • Reduced healthcare costs
  • Fewer worker compensation claims
  • Reduced diverted managerial time dealing with issues (i.e. employee drama)

Studies show having a written drug testing policy and implementing a random drug testing program saves money and increases production. A written drug policy is the first step in having a drug-free workplace. Small companies often do not have an HR department to implement a drug policy. Chemical Testing is here to Help. We have a sample policy that we freely give out. If you have a question about a drug policy feel free to ask. We encourage companies to be specific and clear with their drug policy. Companies should also have the policy looked at by legal counsel prior to implementation. An important step, that is often overlooked, is the policy should be signed by each employee and kept in their file.

Instant Drug Testing

Most companies choose instant testing because they want the results now.

Pre-Employment Drug Testing

Pre-employment drug testing is an essential step in ensuring a safe and drug-free workplace.

Random Drug Testing

Random Testing has been the government standard used by the USDOT for all CDL drivers.

Post Accident Drug Testing

Post-accident testing is a critical step in assessing workplace safety.

Reasonable Suspicion Alcohol Or Drug Test

Reasonable Suspicion Alcohol or Drug Test may be conducted when a supervisor or another employee has directly observed specific discernible signs of an employee being unfit for duty.

Return To Work Drug Testing

Return-to-duty test is for an employee who has tested positive for an illicit substance or has violated the drug and alcohol policy.

Follow-Up Drug Testing

Follow-up testing is for the employee who has returned to work after a Return-to-duty test.

Does your business need a Drug Testing Program?

Chemical Testing Mobile Service can help you set up a Drug Testing Program for your business.