Who Needs Us?
Any workplace industry, Department of Transportation FMCSA, school systems, families.
Drug testing studies show that people who are monitored and closely watched by their family members are less likely to begin using drugs in the first place. As an individual customer, you maintain complete control of the test results so the testing can be discreet and confidential. No information is released to anyone without your written consent. Do you need to set up a random drug testing program for your teen or other family member?
A survey of business executives underscored the benefits of drug testing from a company's perspective. For example, 77% of the respondents said that since implementing drug testing they were seeing a better caliber of job applicants. A "better public image" was cited by 58%, while 56% said they were experiencing fewer workplace drug problems. Also noteworthy was that 54% had noticed an improvement in employee morale.
Department of Transportation
- Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
- Federal Aviation Administration
- Federal Railroad Administration
- Federal Transit Administration
- Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
- United States Coast Guard
CDL drivers who operate commercial motor vehicles subject to the CDL requirements on public roads in the U.S. are performing safety-sensitive functions and are subject to DOT drug and alcohol testing (§382.103). This includes all full-time, part-time, intermittent, backup and international drivers.
Schools that have adopted random student drug testing seek to decrease drug use among students via two routes. First, they hope random testing will serve as a deterrent and give students a reason to resist peer pressure to take drugs. Secondly, drug testing can identify teens who have started using drugs and are good candidates for early intervention and treatment.