employers to determine applicants eligibility during hiring process.
Random Drug Screening: Employers often use a random drug testing when there's reasonable suspicion of an employee using drugs.
Instant Result: An employer may request an express result of an employee's drug test depend on timing factors involving the hiring process.
D.O.T Drug Screening: Any employees associated with the following jobs are often requested to have a D.O.T pre-employment or random drug or alcohol testing:
Post-accident Drug Testing: After a job related accident, an employer may decide to investigate whether the use of drug by an employee was a contributing factor of that accident.
Post-accident Alcohol testing: After a job related accident, an employer may decide to investigate whether the use of Alcohol by an employee was a contributing factor of that accident.
Court order Drug Testing: For Domestic Violence cases, a court may request one or both parties to have a drug test using a detection window between 3 months to a year. Such drug screening is often performed using hair samples that can detect up to 17 specific drugs.
Steroids: During "Domestic Violence" cases, a court may order a party to be tested for steroids. The detection window is between six months to a year.
CHILGUARD: When there is concern that a child or children may have been exposed to certain drugs, Chilguard can prove such exposure and accidental indigestion as well.