CERTIFIED DRUG SCREENING / ALCOHOL & DRUG TESTING

For IMMEDIATE Post-Accident / Reasonable Cause Testing,  call 270.443-1201 and leave a message.  We will reply within minutes.
Federal DOT Drug Testing
On-site Mobile Drug Screening 

 

DRUG SCREENING FOR INDIVIDUALS, EMPLOYERS, SCHOOLS, COURTS, AND INDUSTRY

 

5, 10, or 12 Panel Drug Testing A urine screen that detects Marijuana, Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Amphetamines, Opiates, Benzodiazepines, Barbiturates, Methadone, Phencyclidine, Propoxyphene, Buprenophine, and Oxycodone.

5 or 10 Panel Quick Drug Screen for pre–employment with immediate results.

5 Panel Department of Transportation Urine Testing Federal DOT regulated testing to meet 49 CFR Part 40 requirements. The Medical Review Officer (MRO) reviews each lab report for integrity, authenticity, and detail.

5, 7, 10, 12 Panel Hair Testing Providing highly accurate results detecting drug use for approximately 90 days prior to the test date.

 

D.O.T. Consortium

A consortium is an alliance of organizations which work together to address common needs and goals. Consortium members pool their resources in order to address their needs in a more cost effective or efficient way than could be done independently. Organizations required to implement federal drug and alcohol testing programs may find it beneficial to participate in a consortium to reduce the administrative burden associated with these programs.

Many types of organizations are required to comply with federal drug and alcohol testing requirements. These include transit agencies, school districts, trucking companies, cities, counties and other organizations. In general, transit agencies must comply with Federal Transit Administration (FTA) regulations which relate to employees in “safety-sensitive” positions. Other organizations providing transportation that have employees needing a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) to operate a vehicle must comply with the drug and alcohol testing requirements of the Federal Highway Administration. Any of these organizations may find it useful to participate in a drug and alcohol testing consortium. The D.O.T. requires that 50% of the consortium be drug tested and 10% alcohol tested each year, this is spread out for true random testing. All alcohol and drug screen results that are positive will be kept for 5 years along with records of any refusals, adulterated, or substituted specimens; all negatives are kept for one year. Set up is quick and easy. Set up fee is $75 annually.

 

Program Benefits:
  •   Medical Review Offices
  •   SAMSHA– Laboratory
  •   Results sent to you quickly
  •   Quarterly random pulls without additional cost
  •   2 locations for your convenience (Court Square in Mayfield and Downtown Paducah)
  •   Record keeping provided
  •   15 day billing terms
 
Full Service Administration:
  • Maintain Client List for Random Tests
  • Create Random Test List
  • Report Results — with or without Medical Review
  • Consortium
  • Electronic GPS Monitoring
Our Services Include:
  • Drug–Free Workplace*
  • Attorneys, Court Systems, Social Services, and Pretrial
  • Reasonable Suspicion Training
  • Breath Alcohol Testing (BAT)
  • Background Checks
  • Champion vs. Drugs
  • KY League of Cities
  • Department of Transportation**
  • eScreen
  • Nursing School Programs
  • Health Departments, Home Health Care Agencies, Nursing Homes
  • DCBS/Social Services
  • Family, and District courts.
 
Collections & Online Reporting
  • SAMSHA–Certified Labs
  • Immediate/Quick Test
  • Results By Fax, Mail, or Online
  • DNA Forensics & Relationship Testing

 

  * To learn more about substance use policies, please visit The Institute for a Drug–Free Workplace.

** DOT Physicals are by appointment and in the Paducah office only.