Drug Testing

DRUG TESTING

National Applicant Screening is one of the nation’s leading providers of services for drug testing in the workplace. Our innovative approach means our clients receive extraordinary customer service, cutting-edge technology, and the best pricing available. Screens can be used for pre-employment, random and post-accident programs. Workplace drug testing is serious business, often regulated by governmental agencies. Through our years of experience we’ve become experts in this field, and our expertise translates into drug-testing solutions for you. We have the knowledge, the experience and the ability ... and we can help you. When conducting workplace drug testing for your company, why not use the best!

 

At NAS, we only use the highest forensic quality drug testing available through Urinalysis.   The Urinalysis testing meets all federal and state requirements through a NIDA certified lab. All screened positives are automatically confirmed through Gas Chromatography/ Mass Spectrometry) and verified by our MRO (Medical Review Officer) who is a medical doctor and an expert in the substance abuse field. Any positive samples are stored for one year for litigation purposes. Of course expert testimony in any litigation is also available. We also supply instant drug test kits for various drug panels.

 

We will identify convenient local testing sites for applicants. Our technology enables us to report results more quickly, enabling you to make informed decisions faster. Results are made available via a secure Web site, with leading-edge capabilities, or can be delivered to a dedicated computer fax. Using any one of these reporting options, you will receive negative test results within 24 to 48 hours from the time the sample is shipped. Drug test results will be archived along with other pre-employment screening results, so a complete pre-employment file is available for each applicant in a single, easy to access location.

 

BENEFITS OF A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE

 

Companies that implement efficient drug-free workplace programs typically will: