Tim Thoelecke, Founder of InOut Labs, represented InOut Labs as an exhibitor at the 2020 ASA Chicago Construction Expo and Safety Conference. The Association of Subcontractors and Affiliates is an independent, nonprofit trade association representing the subcontracting industry and its affiliates. The sold-out conference featured 131 exhibitors and attracted a record 1455 attendees. "We don't [...]
Every employer needs a drug and alcohol policy, whether or not actual testing is conducted. However, a policy not backed up by testing is at risk of failure. That is, if there is no testing, there is no deterrence. Who will be tested -- and when? This question is one of many that must be [...]
The drug-free workplace is an alphabet soup of acronyms. Following is a cheat sheet. DHHS or HHS - Department of Health and Human Services DHHS is the foremost agency of the US government that is responsible for providing health and human services. The US DOT follows HHS guidelines, so when changes are rolled out, HHS [...]
If it’s a truck driver, it’s your responsibility to find out. Many employers make an offer of employment contingent upon the results of a criminal background check and drug test. If the candidates pass, they’re hired. Employers regulated by the U.S. Department of Transportation, however, have another important requirement. First, you must ask the new [...]
HR.BLR.COM: It’s not ‘one size fits all’ in employee drug testing—Every business has different needs.
Article published on HR.BLR.COM, a prestigious web site for Human Resources professionals. "It’s not 'one size fits all' in employee drug testing—Every business has different needs By Tim ThoeleckeMarijuana legalization in many states is catching the attention of Human Resources professionals’ nationwide, and drawing attention to all drug use. Drug use poses a serious threat [...]
The headline of an August 9 article on reason.com reads, “Chicago Opens First Marijuana Clinic, Despite Total Lack of Actual Legal Marijuana.” The Illinois medical marijuana law kicks in January 1, 2014. The law lists [tippy title =”40 specific conditions”] cancer, glaucoma, positive status for human immunodeficiency virus, acquired immune deficiency syndrome, hepatitis C, [...]