Onsite collections can save you TIME and MONEY. When factoring in your employee wages for travel and wait times, your drug test per person could be costing you more than you think. The trip to the clinic does make sense at times, but more often than not, our onsite service can be more beneficial. Give us a call and we can help assess your situation. We have found that Onsite Testing is the most effective way to drug test large groups of employees with a minimal loss of productivity.
Onsite collections can help maintain the integrity of the drug testing process. When sending an employee offsite for a drug test, there is ample opportunity to try and cheat the test. Onsite drug testing services can help your drug and alcohol-free policy enforce and support a safe working environment.
Valley Drug Tests offers random drug and alcohol testing selections through our consortium services. We can place your regulated employees (DOT / FAA / FMCSA / USCG) into an appropriate random selection consortium to facilitate your random selections.
In addition, if you have non-regulated employees whom you wish to randomly test for drugs and/or alcohol, we can place them into our non-regulated selection consortium or, if you prefer, we can create a company-specific selection pool to draw from as well.
Supervisor Traning-Online (DOT)
Employee Awareness Training: Provides employees with a basic understanding of the problems associated with drug and alcohol use and the impacts of that use on the workplace. Employees learn when to say "when" and when to say "no".
The Supervisor's Role: Focuses on how supervisors can improve the productivity of their employees. It educates supervisors about key management skills that can help employees modify (or change) their behavior so they can become more successful at work.
Drug Testing: Teaches employees and supervisors about the drug testing process, from specimen collection through the medical review of results.
Alcohol Testing: Trains employees and supervisors about the alcohol testing process and the role of the substance abuse professional in counseling.