Saliva drug testing is the second most utilized screening method and it detects recent drug use in the previous 24-36 hours. As with urine testing, Saliva testing is suitable for all testing reasons—from pre-employment to random to post-accident. Employers typically administer saliva collections under the direct observation of the test administrator, which reduces the likelihood of donor tampering.
In addition to an immediate result, saliva drug tests can also be sent to a certified laboratory for analysis and MRO review.
Contact us today to schedule a saliva drug test.
Implementing your own drug and alcohol testing program can be a challenge. No matter the size of a company, employer’s face compliance issues that include state laws, federal laws, OSHA and other agency regulations that must be met – and these rules change over time.
To make sure your drug program is compliant with state and federal regulations, it involves a lot of research, planning and administrative work – all of which can be costly and time consuming.
As Joe Reilly, past Chairman and board member of the Drug & Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA) said in an article, “drug and alcohol testing is serious business; it is not like buying office supplies where you get the lowest price for 100 staplers. You need a drug testing program with many moving parts and you need service, compliance, accuracy and someone who will answer the phone.”
Remember: You don’t hire a plumber to do your electrical work, so why hire an urgent care clinic to do your drug testing?
As a Best-in-Class Consortium/Third Party Administrator (C/TPA) and collection site, CJ Cooper & Associates is proud to be entrusted to manage our customers’ drug and alcohol testing programs in a variety of industries.
Contact us today at 319-377-5373 to see if CJ Cooper & Associates is right for your organization.