Drug And Alcohol Testing

Drug And Alcohol Testing

Drug & Alcohol Tests in Long Beach, CA

Maintain a safe and drug-free workplace.

Skyline Health Group regularly works with companies of all sizes and industries, helping them with everything from drug and alcohol testing policy creation to implementation.

Drug and alcohol testing

Drug Testing Quick Facts

Testing for agencies:

DOT drug and alcohol testing services for employers with safety-sensitive employees or individual contractors in the following DOT-regulated agencies:

  • FMCSA, Federal Aviation & Railroad Administration
  • Federal transit Administration & PHMSA
  • US Coast Guard

Testing for employment:

We can test for your needs, including:

  • Personal Testing
  • Court Ordered
  • Parole
  • Pre-Employment Testing
  • Employee Drug Tests
  • Random Testing

Whatever your testing needs – odds are we can take care of it!

5-Panel Drug Testing:

List of the drugs that are screened for in the

DOT 5-panel urine drug test:

  • Marijuana (THC)
  • Cocaine
  • Amphetamines
  • Opiates
  • Phencyclidine

Benefits of Testing:

Benefits of implementing drug and alcohol testing in the workplace:

  • Help save lives and prevents injuries.
  • Deters employees from illegal drug use.
  • Help reduces employer liability.
  • Employers can easily identify employees with substance abuse issues.
Drug & Alcohol Testing Information

Long Beach DOT - BAT And Drug Screening

What is Breath Alcohol Testing?

All DOT-regulated employers have a responsibility to ensure that their employees undergo the necessary DOT alcohol testing. DOT regulations are fairly strict when it comes to alcohol testing.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration must approve the device used to detect alcohol usage, known as an evidential breath testing device, or EBT. Furthermore, only a certified breath alcohol technician can operate the EBT.

Alcohol Testing is needed for a variety of reasons, including court-ordered test, DOT random alcohol test, post-accident testing, and other situations.

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