Post-Accident Testing Basics

There are five main reasons to require a drug test for employees: pre-employment, random, routine retesting, reasonable suspicion, and post-accident. The exact rules of the last of the five, post-accident, will depend on the governing body that regulates a given industry. These governing bodies will determine what qualifies as an accident and when a post-accident… Read Full Article

Why MRO Reviews Matter

A medical review officer (MRO) is a 3rd party medical professional who holds either a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) or a Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.), and is responsible for reviewing the results of a drug testing laboratory. Having an MRO review the results of an employee drug test isn’t required in every state, unless it’s… Read Full Article

5 Ways to Improve Your Onboarding

  Outdated slideshows, absurdly thick stacks of paperwork, and a potent mix of awkwardness and anxiety have sadly become standard onboarding procedures for companies all over the country. These methods have become so overused that new hires either dread them or, at the very least, have become numb to them. While this current state of… Read Full Article

Why Are DOT Physicals Necessary?

To be a CDL driver, you’ll need two things: a valid commercial driver’s license and a valid medical card. Medical cards are proof that the driver is of good health and capable of safely performing all the duties of a commercial driver. In order to get a medical card, drivers are required to pass a… Read Full Article

The 4 Biggest Drug Screening Mistakes

Drug screening, especially pre-employment testing, has slowly become the norm for businesses all across the country, which is leading to safer workplaces and job sites. While this is good news, companies who implement drug screening programs need to be aware of the common pitfalls of employee drug screening. Selectively Random Tests– If your company is… Read Full Article