What is Drug Testing Form?
Some private companies, institutes or state institutions that require alcohol and drug testing need Drug Testing Forms. By having a drug-free workplace, employers are limiting the negative effects that drug usage can have on their company. Federally regulated job positions require mandatory pre-employment urine tests. On the other hand, private employers don`t have a legal obligation to have a drug testing policy. Bus drivers, taxi drivers, truck drivers, and airline pilots are also federally required to take these tests. Studies show an increase in employee productivity, morale, turnover, missed work and theft when regular drug tests are administered. Large companies or institutions that have this type of drug-test policy are using regular or random testing on their workers. Given a large number of workers, it is more profitable to buy Drug Tests in Bulk.
What is a drug test and why you should buy Drug Tests in Bulk?
Drug tests are designed to detect the presence of drugs in a person’s metabolism. Most of our buyers are choosing drug testing cups to save time and identify different numbers of substances at once. Combined with wholesale savings of up to $500, buying Drug Tests in Bulk is the smartest choice. Our POC (point-of-care) urinalysis cups are FDA approved and CLIA waived. The most important thing about them is their reliability, accuracy, and cost-efficiency. This allows patients to do quick, reliable, painless and easy urine testing on their own. Dozens of Drug Addiction Treatment Facilities and Drug Rehabilitation Centers are already using our products. the most cost-effective packages are:
- 10 Panel Drug Testing Kit (100 Cups)
- 12 Panel Drug Test Cups (100 cups + ETG Strips)
- 12 Panel with Adulterants/Drug Test Cup – CLIA, FDA- 100 cups
- 13 Panel with FYL/ Drug Testing Cups (100 cups)
- Oral swabs (25 Pack) 10 Panel
Mandatory Guidelines for Federal Workplace Drug Testing Programs
Mandatory Guidelines for Federal Workplace Drug Testing Programs are using Urine drug testing to detect drugs in a person`s metabolism. This allows federal executive branch agencies to test for additional Schedule II drugs of the Controlled Substances Act. This applies to drug-free workplaces.
*Scientific and technical guidelines for federal workplace drug testing programs were established by The Department of Health and Human Services. HHS has also established standards for certification of laboratories that use urine drug testing for federal agencies. On April 11, 1988. HHS published the Mandatory Guidelines for Federal Workplace Drug Testing Programs. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) revised Guidelines multiple times throe the years. SAMHSA proposed Mandatory Guidelines for Federal Workplace Drug Testing Programs using Urine and publish it in the Federal Register on May 15, 2015. This to allow federal agencies to collect and test oral fluid specimens if urine testing is not possible.
Despite additional laboratory costs Workplace Drug Testing has shown great results. Each federal agency has established its agency plan. The plan is based on its mission, employee duties, and the potential consequences to the public health and safety or national security. Drug testing should prevent the failure of an employee to adequately perform their duties and responsibilities. Employers are buying Drug tests in bulk to detect: oxycodone, oxymorphone, hydrocodone, and hydromorphone in addition to codeine, morphine, and 6-acetyl morphine.
Necessary Drug Testing Forms
The government has strict guidelines on how to perform alcohol and drug testing.
- Instructions for performing urine drug tests must be available to everyone taking these kinds of tests.
- The Medical Review Officer (MRO) must require personal documents to complete the necessary documentation and sign off on the test results.
- Specimens collected may not be used for purposes other than drug and validity testing.
- HHS LABORATORY must retain specimens that, among other things, have been reported “drug positive” for a minimum of one year.
- The Manufacturer must have a package insert by the HHS-certified laboratory.
- If the collector finds an adulterant or substitution product he can record this as a refusal to test
- The donor can request to see the collector identification document with a photo.
- If the collector observes the donor attempt to substitute a urine specimen he can record this as a refusal to test
- The collector must be the same gender as the donor. There are no exceptions to this requirement.
- Provisions for donor privacy while providing a specimen.
- The sample must be stored in a secure temporary area to prevent high temperatures to affect the test results.
- If a donor cannot provide a sample, the collector can offer him/her water to drink. The donor may drink an 8-ounce glass of water every half an hour. (No more than 40 ounces through a period of up to exceed 3 hours.) The donor is not obligated to drink fluids during the waiting period.
Pre-Employment drug testing
Some companies are requiring Pre-Employment drug testing. Each state categorically defines its laws. This law allows the employer to test their employees during work. The most common tests are:
- Blood tests -Breath tests
- Urine tests
- Sweat tests
- Saliva test
- Hair drug test
It is important to use drug tests at job positions where drug use would affect work. For this reason, drug testing is mandatory in some countries. Therefore, drug testing forms approved using quality drug testing products. For this reason, companies are already buying Drug Tests in Bulk. A quality drug test can detect drug usage for up to 90 days in the past.
What types of drug tests you can buy in bulk?
Blood tests detect amphetamines, cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamines, opiates in a blood sample.
Hair drug test use hair samples to screen for cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamines, opiates, and phencyclidine.
Mouth swab drug tests (oral fluid tests) can detect drug usage up to two days after using through the saliva. These kinds of testing are simple and noninvasive. This is very important for employers, therefore when buying Drug Tests in bulk they rather choose to buy Oral swabs (25 Pack) 10 Panel.
Drug urine tests are the most common type of testing. By using practical Urine Drug Testing Cups it`s possible to detect the presence of alcohol or illegal drugs in a person`s urine. The presence of cocaine, alcohol, amphetamines, methamphetamines, opiates, marijuana and nicotine can be found in a donor`s urine.
Some employers are randomly testing their employees to check the presence of illegal drugs. At some companies, drug testing is performed regularly and it is usually scheduled.
How can drug use cause harm in the workplace?
Usage of drugs can influence judgment, harm job performance or put the lives of others in danger. Employees who work with heavy machinery are extremely dangerous if abusing drugs. Some studies estimate that one of six workplace deaths are caused by drug and alcohol usage.
Who is the collector?
A person who is trained to collect the sample from the donor and give instructions to him/her during assistance. The collector needs to know the entire collecting procedure (Mandatory Guidelines) for Federal Workplace Drug Testing Programs. Here are some of the rules:
- The collector who has a personal relationship with the donor (relative or spouse) cannot collect a sample.
- The collector needs to ensure the donor`s privacy, the security of the specimen and avoid offensive or inappropriate statements.
- Make sure the donor signs the Federal CCF (Federal Drug Testing Custody and Control Form) before testing.
- -ater source or acceptable alternatives available.
Restrictions during specimen collection:
- Unauthorized access during the collection and access to the materials or the site records.
- The donor cannot have any items that he/she can use to contaminate, replace or dilute the sample.