On-Site Drug Screening Service

We offer on-site drug screening with instant results! The cost is only $35 per test with no travel to another facility and no waiting for results.
Employers who choose to perform pre-employment or random drug screening of employees may do so on-site or at our office. Our Drugscan 10 Test detects 9 classes of drugs:

  • Marijuana
  • Opiates
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Amphetamines
  • Methamphetamine
  • Cocaine
  • PCP
  • Barbiturates
  • Ecstasy
  • Methadone
  • After completion of the test, the employer is provided a report for documentation in the employee's file. If the tests results are positive, the sample is sent to a certified lab for verification. An additional cost of $30 will be charged for verification.

    Did you know, workers who are under the influence of drugs or alcohol:

  • Increase Accidents-3.6 times more likely to injure themselves or another person in a workplace accident
  • 5 Times more likely to be injured in an accident off the job which, in turn, affects attendance and performance on the job
  • Increased medical claims- 5 times more likely to file a worker's compensation claim
  • Increased Absenteeism-2.5 times more likely to have absences of 8 days or more
  • Excessive tardiness-late arriving to work or returning from lunch
  • Increased product defects are more likely to have difficulty concentrating, more difficulty recalling instructions, more difficulty with complex assignments
  • Decrease productivity
  • Types of Drug Testing

    Pre-employment drug screening

  • Testing that is part of the application process before an offer of employment is made.
  • Testing that is part of the hiring process after an offer of employment is made, but before hiring actually occurs (a "conditional offer of employment")
  • Testing that occurs sometime soon after the individual begins work, but passing the drug test is made a condition of continued employment (i.e., even though the individual is already working, his or her hiring will not become final unless the individual passes the required drug test).
  • Random drug testing

    The testing of employees who are chosen on a "neutral-selection" basis without advance notice. Random testing also includes the testing of all employees in a company (or a particular division of the company) when the date and time of the testing are unannounced and randomly selected.

    For-cause drug testing

    This is synonymous with "probable cause" and "reasonable suspicion" testing. Typically, the "cause" required is an objective, factual, individualized basis for testing, such as when an employee's behavior or physical appearance suggests drug use or possession of drugs, or there are other indications of a violation of the company's substance-abuse prevention policy.

    Periodically announced

    This testing occurs when employees are given advance notice of the date and time that testing will take place. It is often conducted as part of a regularly scheduled employment physical or fitness-for- duty medical examination.

    Post-accident

    This testing of an employee who is involved in an on-the-job accident (vehicle or otherwise) which may have involved human error, and which causes a fatality, a serious injury, or significant property damage.

    Rehabilitation monitoring

    This testing occurs during an employee's participation in a rehabilitation program and/or upon the employee's return to work.

    Safety-sensitive responsibilities

    Testing of employees whose job responsibilities are safety-sensitive.