Choosing the best screening for your company / What's trending

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Question: What is the preferred specimen (urine, salvia, hair etc..) for use in a workplace drug-testing program? There is no clear-cut answer as each methodology has it's pros and cons.

Non-federally regulated clients (NREG clients) have the ability, based on their specific drug free workplace programs, to use specimen other than urine at their general discretion. Trending, are employers combining their specimen collection for pre-employment, random, post-accident, reasonable suspicion, follow-up and return to duty testing. For example: in pre-employment testing, urine and hair testing specimen are the most popular combination. This allows employers a more effective evaluation of prospective employees, as they consider cost, whether testing can be done on-site and the time of the detection window. Employers often find, that using multiple specimen testing methodologies, strengthens their overall drug testing program.

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