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What are the benefits of DISA's drug testing services?

DISA's industry-leading vendor partners, combined with an extensive range of drug testing methodologies set our standards higher for customers. Our drug testing solutions offer expanded service offerings, cutting-edge technology, and a single-source solution for all your drug testing needs. By implementing a drug testing program with DISA, you'll find:

  1. Reduced employee healthcare costs
  2. Improvements in employee morale, productivity, and performance
  3. Decreased absenteeism, accidents, downtime, turnover, and theft
  4. Compliance with state or federal regulations
  5. Being able to identify and refer employees who have drug and/or alcohol problems
  6. Providing a safe workplace for employees
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What is a drug and alcohol screening?

Drug and alcohol testing helps identify alcohol and both prescription and illegal drugs in an individual’s body. Drug and alcohol testing is a common practice for employers for pre-employment, as well as random, reasonable suspicion, post-accident, return-to-duty, follow-up drug testing, etc. Drug and alcohol testing can be conducted through a variety of testing methodologies, including oral-fluid, urinalysis, and hair, each offering a different window of detection which is especially beneficial when combined with two or more testing methodologies.

DISA's industry-leading vendor partners, combined with an extensive range of drug testing methodologies set our standards higher for customers. Our drug testing solutions offer expanded service offerings, cutting-edge technology, and a single-source solution for all your drug testing needs. By implementing a drug testing program with DISA, you'll find:

  1. Reduced employee healthcare costs
  2. Improvements in employee morale, productivity, and performance
  3. Decreased absenteeism, accidents, downtime, turnover, and theft
  4. Compliance with state or federal regulations
  5. Being able to identify and refer employees who have drug and/or alcohol problems
  6. Providing a safe workplace for employees

Cut-off levels have been established to rule out passive or second hand smoke inhalation.  Clinical studies have been conducted to establish the cut-offs, and the studies concluded that it is extremely unlikely for an individual to test positive due to passive or second hand smoke inhalation.