Protecting organizations by screening applicants at every level.
We incorporate 5, 8, 9, and 10-panel urinalysis drug tests
Drug Screening Tests
Whether you need drug testing or alcohol testing for post-accident, drug-free workplace policy, or Department of Transportation (DOT) issues, Hire Image is here for all your drug screening needs. We will guide you through the drug screening process, including Medical Review Officers, also known as MROs, chain of custody procedures, available collection sites, and receiving test results. We can also create a turnkey program for your company to become a drugfree workplace. A drug testing policy is written on your behalf, customized to the needs and specifics of your business.
Hire Image offers several other BIGGER BOLDER
drug screening options to employers
Creating a Drug-Free
Before implementing a drug-free workplace program, employers must familiarize themselves with all local, state and federal laws that may impact it. For more information and instructions on how to create a drug-free program for your organization, please visit Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
Employers seeking information about the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) drug- testing regulations should visit DOT’s Office of Drug and Alcohol Policy and Compliance which features many resources including downloadable Employer and Employee handbooks.
According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA),
most people who abuse alcohol, prescription drugs, or illegal drugs are employed.
We Are Your
Keeping you informed every step of the way is one of our main priorities. Our other priorities include quality, timeliness, and excellent customer service – everything you should expect from a trusted partner.
We utilize Labcorp and Quest collection sites located all across the country. Drug test results are reported by Medical Review Officers (MROs) using the most advanced technologies available. Drug screening test results can be part of a background check report, or ordered separately.