100% accurate test results.
Two -step testing methodology backed by state-of-the-art Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry and stringent chain of custody controls.
Prompt turnaround report of results.
Results on negative specimens provided within 24 hours (often the same day). Positive specimen results within 48 hours.
Laboratory certified by the National Institute of Drug Abuse.
Certification attests to the fact that our testing protocol, methodologies and chain of custody procedures meet the most rigorous standards in the industry.
Very Competitive costs.
Efficient, automated procedures allow us to offer very competitive rates. This allows your business the opportunity to make use of this valuable testing on a comprehensive basis.
Expert witness testimony to stand any legal challenge.
Because we are entirely confident of the accuracy of our test results, we offer our clients expert witness testimony for any legal challenges they might face due to actions taken based on our ltest results.
Total commitment to customer service.
We provide a very important, specialized service to our clients. It is a service with serious consequences and serious responsibilities. One of these responsibilities is to be readily available to accommodate our customers special inquiries, requests and requirements. Our account representatives and pathology staff is committed to providing customer service as accurate and reliable as our test results.
Statistically, Drug Abuse Costs American Employers an Astounding $60 Billion Every Year.
- 65% of all 18-25 year olds entering the full time workforce for the first time have experience in illegal drug use: 44% within the past year.
- One-in-four narcotic users sell drugs to co-workers, friends and neighbors to support a drug habit.
- Employees on drugs are 2.2 times more likely to request early dismissal.
- Employees on drugs are 2.5 times more likely to miss 8 days of work or more.
- Employees on drugs are 3 times more likely to be late for work.
- Employees on drugs are 5 times more likely to be involved in an accident off the job, which in turn affects attendance or performance on the job.
- A recent survey of drug users who were seeking help in regard to their drug habits revealed that: 44% had sold drugs to other employees. 18% had sold drugs to other employees. 18% had stolen from co-workers to support their habit.