Drug Testing



In 2006, over 2 million Americans used illicit drugs during work hours during the prior year. Approximately 3 million workers used an illicit drug within two hours of reporting to work and over 2 million used illicit drugs during lunch breaks. Over 7% of Americans reported using alcohol during the workday and 9% reported having worked during a hangover (Frone, 2006b).” 
("Addiction in the Workplace Survey." Hazelden Foundation. Center City, MN. Hazelden Group, 2009)


According to the U. S. Department of Labor, small and mid-sized businesses are most susceptible to substance abuse in the workplace.Safety, attendance, medical costs and productivity are all at risk when illicit drug use is present. Take steps to ensure that your business has a comprehensive drug-free workplace policy in place by calling us today.


Drug Free Workplace Act Compliance:
Employers who fail to carry out the requirements of the Act may be penalized and prohibited from receiving or participating in any future federal contracts or grants. PHRS provides guidance to employers on implementation of the six steps required under the drug-free workplace and compliance mandate.

We also administer federal-mandated Department of Transportation (DOT) and Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) drug testing and non-mandated testing for the following categories: pre-employment, random and periodic, reasonable suspicion, post-accident and return to duty.  We provide these services on your work site or at PHRS. Call us for more information, 671-637-6906/7/8  on drug screening and workplace policies.  24 hours drug screen services are also available.
 


PHRS provides:
  • Pre-employment drug screens 
  • Random drug and alcohol screens 
  • Post Accident/For Cause drug and alcohol screens 
  • Compliance with DOT drug screen requirements 
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for a complete Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace 
 
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