Nationwide Employee Onsite Drug Test Collections

Onsite drug testing and onsite drug test specimen collections performed anywhere nationwide!

Onsite drug screenings locally and nationwide using instant result kits - urine or oral fluids - or...

Onsite specimen collections using lab analysis for drug testing

Any number of employees or job candidates- from 10 to 1,010

Any city in the USA- all 50 states!

Pricing from $16 per person

An OHS Inc. specialty is onsite drug testing: from 10 to 1,010 of your employees or your job candidates! Drug tests administered at your company's offices, job sites, or job fairs, anywhere in the USA!

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Onsite drug testing (including drug screening with instant result kits) offers many advantages. Compare the pros and cons below.

CONS OF CLINIC DRUG TESTING

TYPICAL CLINIC DRUG TEST SPECIMEN COLLECTION SCENARIO

Employee must leave job-site and drive to clinic or hospital for their drug test

Employee, therefore, exposes the employer to potential liability by both workers’ comp and civil liability (if he/she is in an accident on the way to/from the clinic)

PROS OF ONSITE DRUG TESTING

TYPICAL ONSITE DRUG TEST SPECIMEN COLLECTION SCENARIO

The employee does NOT have to leave the company job-site

The employer’s exposure to any type of liability potential (e.g., an automobile accident) during an on-site collection process is virtually nil

TYPICAL CLINIC COLLECTION SCENARIO

The clinic must always give first priority to the sick or injured, meaning the employee-donor wastes time (and your payroll) waiting at the clinic to be seen

Your employee is not only low priority while waiting at the healthcare facility, but risks getting ill due to exposure, leading to time off work

TYPICAL ONSITE SCENARIO

The employee-donor is always the onsite collector’s number one priority

The employee continues working up to the minute they are notified of their drug test

Your employee has zero exposure to sick people at a clinic or hospital

Your employee has zero wait-time for the drug testing and the collection process

TYPICAL CLINIC COLLECTION SCENARIO

The clinic and hospital personnel usually are not forensic drug-test specimen collection experts, as collecting a urine specimen for a drug test is NOT the same simple process as collecting a urine specimen for a routine health urinalysis

The healthcare personnel are often overworked, leading to rushing and carelessness, and the specimen collection process and chain of custody may be mishandled

Clinic and hospital personnel only complete these procedures occasionally during any given week

If not completed correctly and legally for drug testing purposes, a positive test result that cost an employee their job will not hold up in a court of law.

These oversights can subject the employer to possible unlawful termination proceedings and very serious financial liability consequences

TYPICAL ONSITE SCENARIO

Onsite specialists are forensic drug test specimen collection experts

Onsite specialists are trained specifically in proper and accurate drug testing.

Most healthcare facilities complete one or two forensic drug test specimen collections a week (in the course of performing other multiple duties), while an onsite specialist can complete 100-200 forensic drug test specimen collections in any given week and thousands in the course of a year

The Drug Test Technician (DTT) is far more experienced at performing forensic drug test collections correctly and correctly processing the critically important chain of custody form

This helps ensure that the drug test and specimen collection process is forensic and that the results – negative or positive – are always legally defensible in a court of law

TYPICAL CLINIC COLLECTION SCENARIO

Other critical forensic procedures are often overlooked

Busy clinics don’t always properly secure the bathroom used for specimen collection (a violation of USDOT drug test protocol)

When rushed, clinic personnel rarely check for clean fingernails or have the donor wash hands

Busy clinics often fail to detect the possession of specimen adulterants, especially by forgetting to prevent donors from taking their coat, purse, or any type of bag with them into the bathroom

TYPICAL ONSITE SCENARIO

Onsite collection specialists are expertly trained in all essential forensic procedures

Onsite collection specialists know that it is their job to follow the forensic procedures exactly and always

Specialists are familiar with the various types of specimen adulteration and substitution techniques used by addicts

Onsite collection specialists know collection avoidance ploys that are commonly practiced by perennial drug-abusers and addicts who can and always will cheat on their drug test when given any chance to do so

Employee Drug Testing Services

We make drug testing your staff and potential staff quick, affordable, and easy. Our employee drug testing services are made to fit into your schedule and provided at your convenience by specialists who can constantly maintain the integrity of the test from start to finish. Workplace drug testing will offer you confidence and promote a healthy and safe working environment.

For more information, please contact us so we can discuss your company’s onsite drug testing options.

OHS Inc. can drug test 10 to 1,010 of your employees or job candidates onsite! At your workplace. At your Job Fair. Anywhere in the USA!

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