OSHA clarifies guidance, drug testing is permissible if done right.
In a ruling to take effect November 1, 2016, OSHA bans blanket testing after a workplace injury. Company policies which require all workers to be tested when seeking treatment for a work injury are considered “retaliatory” by OSHA, and so […]
Revised 10/31/2018 for clarity and completeness Workplace Drug Testing must be based on a formal company policy. Many employees are subject to testing for illicit drugs use and alcohol intoxication as a condition of employment. It is important for employers […]
(Revised for readability Nov 10 2018) Observation is either required, or not allowed, in mandated testing. Under some circumstances, collection of urine specimens for drugs screening must be observed directly by collection personnel. Observation must be by a person of […]
In urine drugs testing, collection of the specimen is critically important . If drivers are in Northern California and able to have testing and specimen collection performed at our parent company, Occupational Health Services, you can be assured that all […]