WHY DOES DRUG TESTING MATTER?
Drug testing protects your organization and creates a positive workplace environment of safety and well-being. Employees can rest assured that a drug-free workplace benefits themselves, their coworkers, and their managers to work in harmony together. Other benefits include:
Employees in drug-free workplaces feel a greater sense of safety and security. For example, let’s take a construction contractor or a heavy vehicle driver – their very safety depends on their coworkers being alert, focused, and sober at all times.
Employees in drug-free workplaces can take comfort in knowing that their health is not compromised by the actions of co-worker.
Employees in drug-free environments typically experience higher levels of productivity.
Employees in drug-free workplaces experience higher morale with their team.
What type of drug testing do we offer?
We offer a wide range of regulated and unregulated drug testing, including custom and standard panels. Feel free to browse our examples below, and contact us if you need a specific drug test that you do not see below.
We offer a variety of urine drug tests, as well as the DOT drug test:
- 5 Panel Standard Test – DOT Look A-Like Panel
- 10 Panel Test – Instant Point of Care, or SAMSHA Lab Tested
- DOT Drug Testing for regulated industries and safety sensitive positions
- Custom packages and panels to meet your requirements
Although urine tests were once the standard specimen test in the US, in recent years they have become more expansive, combining the use of urine, hair, oral fluid, and even fingernail drug testing for more effective programs. At Vertical Identity, we offer the following specimen types:
At Vertical Identity, we take the confusion out of alcohol testing. We offer Alcohol Drug Panels and ETG Alcohol Testing at all our clinics Nationwide. Both DOT and Non-DOT.
WHAT DRUGS DO WE TEST FOR?
Although individual drugs can be tested for, drug testing is typically conducted using panels or groups of drugs. Below are some of the most commonly tested drugs.