Why drug test?

Drug abuse in the workplace puts employers at a risk for increased accidents, more absenteeism, lower productivity, and higher insurance costs. Urine testing, like all drug testing methodologies, helps to mitigate these risks by filtering out drug users from an...

NCAA drug testing

The NCAA and its member schools share the responsibility of not only testing, but also educating student-athletes to prevent drug usage. The NCAA conducts testing at its championships, and year-round on campus in Division I and II programs. In addition, the majority...

FMCSA RANDOM DRUG TESTING REQUIREMENTS

Every employer shall comply with the requirements of this section. Every driver shall submit to random alcohol and controlled substance testing as required in this section. (b)(1) Except as provided in paragraphs (c) through (e) of this section, the minimum annual...

Why Is It Dangerous To Drive When You Are Tired

At least 50% of American adults admit to having driven while drowsy. A staggering 20% of people have actually fallen asleep at the wheel in the past year, and one in 25 drivers reports having fallen asleep at the wheel in the last month. Drowsy driving is responsible...

WHAT IS A CHAIN OF CUSTODY AND CONTROL FORM?

The term “Chain of Custody” form is commonly referred in acronym usage as a CCF or CoC, and references a document or paper trail showing the seizure, custody, control, transfer, analysis, and disposition of physical and electronic evidence of a human specimen test....