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DOT to Add Synthetic Opioids to Testing
POSTED ON March 22, 2017 IN Drug Testing Industry News

At the end of January 2017, the US Department of Transportation proposed new rules in the Federal Register to modify its current DOT drug testing program to add hydrocodone, oxymorphone, oxycodone, and hydromorphone to its panel.

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New Expansion on FRA Rule for Drug and Alcohol Testing
POSTED ON March 8, 2017 IN Drug Testing Industry News

In late May of 2016, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) announced a new expansion of two rules that will increase the protection of railroad employees. One rule includes the FRA’s existing DOT alcohol and drug testing regulations which will soon extend to Maintenance of Way (MOW) employees. The final Roadway Worker Protection Rule will take effect on June 12, 2017.

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Benefits of Mobile Drug Testing
POSTED ON October 15, 2016 IN Employee Drug Testing

Mobile drug testing is becoming increasingly popular around the United States as a common business practice. Gone are the days where tracking and documenting your employees as they travel to and from a drug testing facility for many companies and industries because there are just so many benefits for mobile drug testing. Occupational Drug Testing … Continue reading Benefits of Mobile Drug Testing

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Common Myths About Drug Testing
POSTED ON September 15, 2016 IN Drug Testing Industry News

Drug testing can be a big concern in your industry of work if regular or routine drug tests are administered. There are plenty of myths about how to easily pass a drug test, but many are simply not true! Occupational Drug Testing knows all of supposed “tricks” in the book, and we want to debunk … Continue reading Common Myths About Drug Testing

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Steps to Take After a Workplace Accident
POSTED ON August 15, 2016 IN Employee Drug Testing

Workplace accidents happen all the time, and the best way to deal with each case is to have a plan in place for your employees. As the first 24 hours after an injury are crucial, it’s important to be effective and efficient in the ways the injury is handled. Occupational Drug Testing is a go-to … Continue reading Steps to Take After a Workplace Accident

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