Did You Know Lobdock Impairment Detection Is Nation Wide?
If you are looking for a company that offers both mobile drug testing and many clinic locations, Lobdock Impairment Detection is a reliable and straightforward solution. As a nationwide third-party administrator, we find convenient testing locations for you within our collection site network of over 5,000 locations or we can even arrange testing at your…Read More
Drug & Alcohol Testing: Everything You Need To Know
Do I need a drug and alcohol testing policy? Well if you’re a regulated industry then the answer to that is absolutely! What about non-regulated businesses? Where does drug and alcohol testing come into play? Is it necessary? Or is it worth it? What are the benefits of testing? Let’s get to answering these exact…Read More
A Complete Guide To Hiring A TPA
Partnering your company with a TPA means you’re adding an extra level of security to your business. By working with a third-party administrator you can spend less time developing policy, running background checks, and setting up drug tests. TPA’s can handle all of this for you so you can spend more time focusing on what…Read More
How Does the FMCSA Clearinghouse Help Me?
If your business is regulated by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), you have surely heard of the FMCSA Clearinghouse by now. If you haven’t heard of the FMCSA Clearinghouse, you must contact your Drug and Alcohol Consortium or Third Party Administrator (C/TPA) to get enrolled! What is the FMCSA Clearinghouse? The FMCSA opened…Read More
Drug and Alcohol Testing: 10 Reasons to Do It
If you supervise or employ safety sensitive workers, the lack of a drug and alcohol testing program could cost you a fortune in lost productivity and accident claims. Did you know nearly 25% of workers have admitted to drinking during the workday at least once during a year? Did you know nearly one-fifth of workers…Read More
14 Answers to Return to Duty Drug Testing Questions
1. What is return to duty drug testing? Return to duty drug testing most commonly occurs within safety-sensitive positions. It’s a single test required by the Department of Transportation (DOT) performed at a scheduled time followed by successful completion of a drug and alcohol recovery program. Those managing the general workforce are free to set…Read More
Open Enrollment is a Great Time to Re-evaluate Your Drug and Alcohol Policy
It’s that time of year again. Time to prepare for insurance open-enrollment and consider the effectiveness of various vendors you use, which makes it a great time to plan for next year and re-evaluate your drug and alcohol policy. What works and what doesn’t? Are you getting the support you need? Are you giving the…Read More
COVID-19 caused Drug Use Increase
A study released last week revealed what many have suspected: the Covid-19 Pandemic has resulted in a drug use increase. The study, co-authored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and Millennium Health, found higher drug test positivity rates for cocaine, fentanyl, heroin, and methamphetamine positivity. Rates of drug use increase Since the…Read More
What is Reasonable Suspicion Drug Testing?
A Reasonable Suspicion Drug Test is ordered when a supervisor sees evidence or obvious signs of drug or alcohol impairment.Read More
Marijuana and Pre-Employment Drug Testing
While marijuana use is still federally illegal, many states have either legalized it in some capacity or are considering a law change. We often hear about another state voting on some type of legal marijuana use and regulation. To date, most states have remained employer friendly for managing marijuana use in the workplace, but now…Read More