Learn what you can do to prevent substance abuse problems in the workplace before they start. Let Workplace Connection help you establish, develop and/or modify your company’s drug-free workplace program.
Drug and Alcohol Testing Services
Workplace Connection performs drug and alcohol testing services for more than 1,000 clients, including municipal governments, local boards of education and private companies. Our testing includes:
- Screening for adulterants, including nitrates
- Breath-alcohol testing
- 24-hour “on-call” service for post-accident testing compliance
- Medical Review Officer (MRO) services at no additional charge
- Substance abuse professional (SAP) and employee assistance programs
Drug testing services are available at Valley’s seven Primary and Walk-In Care Centers; they can also be done on-site at your workplace for convenience. Valley’s laboratories are DHHS/SAMSHA certified.
In addition, supervisor training will provide you and your staff with the education necessary to lead an effective substance abuse testing program.
DOT/CDL Exam & Drug Testing
The Department of Transportation, under rule 49 CFR 390.5, has required employers with CDL cardholders under their employ to comply with physical examinations and drug and alcohol testing (49CFR382). These regulations are comprehensive and include strict details for compliance.
Remaining DOT-compliant is important for any business that requires its employees to have commercial driver's licenses (CDLs). DOT regulations mandate that individuals carrying a CDL must submit to regular drug and alcohol testing, including urine and breathalyzer tests in order to ensure their own safety and the safety of those around them.
We provide DOT testing services for a variety of circumstances, including:
- Post-accident testing
- Testing for reasonable suspicion
- Random drug/alcohol testing
- Return-to-duty testing
Workplace Connection stands ready to assist you in complying with these regulations with our drug and alcohol testing services. We coordinate and manage all parts of the drug test process, from random testing selection to collection to lab to medical review and reporting.