Drug Screening is cheap and fast, but not particularly accurate.
Parole boards and some companies hiring low paid employees are the primary users of on-site drug screening.


These types of drug screening tests are the cheapest way to go for some situations but not what most companies use that need to have a valid and legitimate drug screening program.

A “drug test”  is used by most major corporations. If the applicant’s sample passes the drug screen, the individual’s sample is given a passing status.

If the sample does not pass the drug screen, it then moves to the “drug test” or confirmation process.

To qualify as a “drug test” the following sophisticated scientific analysis process has to be performed on all results.

GC/MS  ( gas chromatography/mass spectroscopy ) is high tech equipment which measures the molecular size, charge, and weight of the atoms in the drug metabolites.

This equipment is expensive but it can measure  the difference between poppy seeds and opiates, ibuprofen and THC metabolites, nasal sprays and amphetamines and many other drugs.

Along with pre-employment drug screening, we also offer a complete menu of all other employment screening services from criminal records checks to instant state driving records.

For a complete listing and description of the other pre-employment screening services we offer,  please Click Here

Our Automated Employment Screening provides an applicant controlled process that allows FCRA compliant background check forms, including Electronic Chain-Of-custody  forms and  releases to be completed online by the applicant.

We provide several short   videos    to  easily acquaint you with the system.

This makes the background check process fast and easy.

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