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Onsite/Mobile Drug Testing

Many organizations ask us for On Site Drug Testing. Sometimes the term “mobile drug testing” is used, which can be confusing. “Mobile” implies a vehicle equipped with restroom facilities is dispatched to the employer’s location to collect drug tests. Although there area a few such services around the U.S, it’s relatively rare.

On-site drug testing is when a collector meets your employees on site, whether it’s an office, work site, or even an emergency room, to conduct the testing. On-site drug testing is a growing part of our business.

Save your employees time with onsite drug and alcohol testing. Our certified lab technicians will come to your location and conduct the drug tests.

Scheduled on-site drug testing

Fees are usually less when it’s not an emergency. Scheduled ahead of time with the employer a collector arrives and uses your restroom. On-site collectors are trained in how to secure any restroom  for testing. The collector takes all the samples and ships them to the lab. Results arrive in the usual way.

Schedluled on-site drug testing is generally for random testing or for a hiring event and is most cost effective when there are 6 or more donors.

Unscheduled on-site drug testing

If it’s unscheduled, it’s either post-accident or reasonable suspicion. Our clients are provided a number to call to dispatch one of our qualified collectors. We have collectors all across the U.S.

For DOT regulated employers, a Breath Alcohol Test must be conducted within 8 hours after a qualifying accident, and a drug test within 32 hours. Often on-site testing is the only way to get it done within the time constraints.

Can we use on-site drug testing for both male and female employees?

Absolutely. Our team ensures that the privacy of the donors is guaranteed..

What types of services are available on site?

We offer all types of drug testing and sample collection services, including and not limited to:

  •   Specimens including urine, oral fluid, and hair.
  •   Breath alcohol testing
  •   Point of Collection (POCT) / Rapid Tests *with lab confirmation testing

Onsite/Mobile Drug and Alcohol Testing

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