Confidential Drug Testing

On site collections are available 24/7 for all:

  • Periodic Testing
  • Pre-Employment Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • Random Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • Reasonable Suspicion Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • Follow-Up Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • Post-Accident Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • Return to Duty Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • Breath Alcohol Tests
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Trained professional collectors are ready 24/7 . Drug testing options include instant drug testing with same day results or traditional laboratory testing with results available in 24 for negative results and up to 48 hours for positive results . On-site collection option is great for random and pre-employment testing when hiring large groups.

To set up your on-site collection:

Call (915) 532-4648
Department Of Transportation (DOT)

  • Customized Drug and Alcohol Testing Policy
  • Membership in DOT random testing consortium or individual selections
  • 5 Panel DOT Drug and Breath Alcohol Testing
  • Drug testing includes specimen collection, initial lab test and GC/MS confirmation
  • Random selections and notifications – quarterly
  • Nationwide collection site network
  • Consultation and administrative support
  • Supervisor Training
  • Substance Abuse Professional Referrals
  • Customized chain of custody forms
  • Certified Medical Review Officer reporting of results via secured fax, email Competitive pricing

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Non Dot Testing

Confidential Drug Testing (CDT) is on a mission; To provide the most “ Fair, Accurate, and Legally Defensible” drug test for both our clients and their employees.

Because every business and workforce is unique, every employer should make a careful determination about the drug testing program elements that are most beneficial for their workplace.

That’s where CDT can step in to help lead the smallest of companies in implementing a comprehensive drug-free workplace program.
CDT Drug Free Workplace Services includes:
  • Written company policy
  • Supervisor training
  • Employee education
  • Referral information for Substance Abuse Professionals
  • Drug testing and formal Employee Assistance Program referrals
  • Nationwide network of collection sites
  • SAMHSA Certified Laboratory Analysis
  • Medical Review Officer
  • Breath Alcohol Testing
  • 24/7 on call service
  • On-site Drug and Alcohol Testing Service
  • 24 hr. Turnaround on most Negative Test Results
CDT Why Drug Test

Drug testing programs aim to filter out drug users and deter drug use in the workplace..
Therefore, if the overall goal is to establish a safer, more productive and drug-free work environment, there are many benefits3 that employers receive from drug testing programs including:

  • Improve employee productivity
  • Reduce on-the-job accidents and workplace crime, including theft and violence
  • Reduce employee turnover
  • Decrease absenteeism
  • Lower workers’ compensation insurance and healthcare costs, including premiums
  • Comply with state or federal regulations
Pre-employment Tests

Pre-employment drug testing is the most common type of drug testing performed. Employers typically use it to proactively protect themselves from the negative impacts of hiring drug users. Pre-employment testing is usually performed after a conditional offer of employment has been made and a negative drug test result is required before an applicant starts working.
Post-accident Tests

As its name indicates, post-accident, sometimes referred to as “post-incident,” drug testing is performed after an employee has been involved in a workplace accident. Testing is used to determine whether drugs were a factor in the incident. Some examples of criteria include fatalities, injuries that required medical assistance, police citations, or damages to a vehicle or property above a specified monetary amount.
Random Tests

Random, or “spot,” drug testing is a strong deterrent to drug users because it is conducted on an unannounced basis. Using a random selection process (e.g., computer-generated), an employer selects one or more individuals from all the employees included in the employer’s workplace drug-testing program.
Reasonable Suspicion Tests

Reasonable suspicion testing, also known as for cause drug testing, is performed when supervisors have evidence or reasonable cause to suspect an employee of drug use. Evidence is based upon direct observation, by a trained supervisor or manager. Specific reasons for reasonable suspicion testing include physical evidence of illicit substances, patterns of erratic or abnormal behavior, disorientation or confusion and an inability to complete routine tasks. CDT offers reasonable suspicion training for supervisors or managers. Call for more information at (915) 532-4648. Our staff is ready to answer any question or to assist you in the determination of reasonable suspicion.

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