A safe and productive workforce begins with a drug-free workplace. Pinkerton offers a comprehensive menu of state-of-the art substance abuse testing services for both regulated and non-regulated employers. Count on us to provide:
Pinkerton will work with you to customize your workplace drug testing program to meet your specific needs, including:
Pinkerton offers breath alcohol and instant saliva alcohol testing for employees at thousands of patient service centers nationwide. The tests are performed on-site by trained and certified professionals. Breath alcohol tests (BAT) conform to the Department of Transportation (DOT) model specifications for screening devices that measure alcohol.
Pinkerton offers employee drug screening collections at more than 11,000 patient service centers (PSCs) throughout North America. Collections are coordinated through laboratory owned in-network facilities. When additional coverage is needed, collections are performed through Pinkerton-trusted third-party facilities. Pinkerton will manage the contracts with the selected facility to perform the screening services for our client.
When time is of the essence, we provide instant employee drug testing devices for drug abuse screening that is rapid, reliable, and easy to use. These instant devices, also known as Point-of-Collection Testing (POCT), provide on-site screening for drugs of abuse, urine specimen validity, and saliva alcohol. Confirmations of nonnegative specimens are available through our certified laboratories.
Pinkerton’s laboratory-based drug testing options are designed to meet the needs of any workplace drug testing program. Our occupational testing laboratory network consists of strategically located facilities throughout the U.S. that are certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Uniform processes and a single web-based platform provide standardized reporting regardless of location.
Pinkerton Medical Review Officers are certified by the AAMRO and members of the Drug Alcohol Testing Industry Association. We encourage the use of a Medical Review Officer (MRO) to review all negative and nonnegative results. Many variables may affect duration of detectability, such as drug metabolism, half-life, a subject’s physical condition, fluid balance and state of hydration, and route and frequency of ingestion.
To learn more about Pinkerton’s Employment Drug Testing services, please contact us today.