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Employer Services

MSDT offers pre-employment, random, post-accident, reasonable suspicion, return to duty, and follow-up drug and alcohol services.  We are available at our walk in facility or we may come to your facility 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.  Our service niche is coming to you!

Pre-Employment Testing

Mid-South Drug Testing offers pre-employment candidate testing whether part of the application process, before an offer of employment is made; or as part of the hiring process, after an offer is made but before the employee begins work. A hair sample is an excellent specimen choice for this test.

TESTING METHODS: 🧪Urine, Oral Fluid/Saliva, Hair, Breath Alcohol

Random Drug/Alcohol Testing

The testing of employees who are chosen using a “neutral-selection” basis without advance notice. This is accomplished when an employer chooses a specific percentage of participants to be tested from the total number of employees. Those chosen, using a blind computer-generated selection process along with a small number of alternatives, will be drug tested with no advanced notice. Random urine testing is an excellent choice to help ensure a substance-free workplace.

TESTING METHODS: 🧪Urine, Oral Fluid/Saliva, Hair, Breath Alcohol

Reasonable Suspicion/Cause Drug/Alcohol Testing

The “cause” required is an objective, factual, individualized basis for testing, such as when an employee’s behavior or physical appearance suggests use or possession of drugs and/or alcohol. This may also include alcohol on the breath, unusually slurred speech, lapses in performance, inability to respond to questions and physical symptoms of alcohol or drug influence. Either urine or saliva are your best methods for testing.

TESTING METHODS: 🧪Urine, Oral Fluid/Saliva, Hair, Breath Alcohol

An employee who is involved in an on-the-job accident (vehicular or otherwise), which may have involved human error and may have caused a fatality, injury, or property damage, may be tested for drugs and/or alcohol using either a saliva or urine specimen.

TESTING METHODS: 🧪Urine, Oral Fluid/Saliva, Breath Testing

Post Accident Testing
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