Be prepared for your next job or career move. Understand the impact of drugs to your body and your future!
What to Know About Your Drug Test Drugs remain in your system based on many factors including your metabolism, the concentration of the drug, and how the drug was consumed to mention a few. Drugs can be detected from as early as immediate use to as late as 6 months prior use. Collectors are obligated to perform an observed drug screen in the case of seemingly tampered tests.
You will need to provide your current photo identification (for example, a driver’s license, passport, other government issued photo identification). Employee ID cards can only be used if the card includes your name, your photograph and your signature.
You will follow a clearly defined procedure to provide complete the collection process. The specifics of the procedure is available for you to review prior to initiating the drug screen.
Failure to cooperate with the collector may be deemed as a refusal to test and the collection process will be terminated.
For DOT testing ONLY: Any out of range temperature, suspected attempt to adulterate the sample, shy bladder will require initiation of a collector observed collection.
If you are unable to provide at least 45 mL of urine, water will be provided to you. You must remain at the collection site until you are able to submit the required sample volume but no longer than 3 hours. Otherwise, the test is terminated.
To ensure an accurate temperature, the sample must be provided within a set period of time. In the case of a sample not within the required temperature range, you will be asked to submit a second sample.
Results are confidential and can be released only to the ordering physician or Medical Review Officer. A Medical Review Officer may contact you for any necessary follow up.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation. We are committed to ensuring accuracy and reliability of screening results.
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