Workplace Drug Testing

On-Site Mobile Drug Testing

Businesses lose over $100 Billion per year due to substance abuse in the workplace. Our company provides Instant Results and/or Laboratory drug and alcohol tests to businesses who value implementing a drug testing program. Ardent has various options for clients; such as:

Options:

  1. Mobile, On-Site Testing. We test employees at your designated location which saves you Time & Money. Little to No Employee Downtime!

  2. Send applicants/employees to our location

  3. We can provide access to a Lab near you and you pay our same low price

 

Laboratory Testing:

  • All of the labs we work with are SAMHSA Certified and have GC/MS confirmation testing

  • We can accommodate state and federally regulated industries

  • Over 37,000 collection sites available in the United States

 

Why Instant testing?

  • All tests are FDA Cleared or CLIA Waived

  • Immediate, Accurate Results

  • Lower cost per test

 

We offer instant tests from 5-12 panels, which test for the most commonly abused drugs. Each panel screens for the parent drug or a metabolite of a parent drug.

Mobile OnSite Testing is quick and easy. Our Techs are dispatched to your location -anytime...anywhere, we will be there! It doesn't cost an Arm & a Leg, so Call for a Quote and Schedule your testing

What Are The Benefits Of A Drug-Free Workplace?
  • Increased productivity

  • Reduced turnover

  • Reduced tardiness

  • Reduced absenteeism

  • Safer work environment and reduced liability

  • Saving of valuable time on the hiring process

  • Hiring only drug free employees

  • Reduced health insurance costs

  • Workers Comp Insurance Incentives - many States require a 5% discount

Who is Required to Drug Test Employees?

- Anyone operating a business that requires a license from the Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) (e.g USCG, FAA, etc), Health and Human Services, Public Utilities Commission (PUC), and Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).

- Any company receiving Federal Contracts or Grants. Some states require testing if you are receiving monies.

 
                                                            How to Become a Drug-Free Workplace!

 

We offer a Turnkey Program for your company to become a drug free workplace and can create a Drug Testing Policy customized to your specific business needs . This policy will comply with all federal and state regulations for DOT or Non-DOT drug testing requirements. We are always here to answer your questions and address concerns.

 
Your Company Qualifies As A Drug-Free Workplace Program Once The Following Components Have Been Implemented:

 

    Drug Free Workplace Policy

Prepare and circulate a written statement for acknowledgement by all employees that illegal drug use will not tolerated and that job performance deterioration resulting from abuse of legal drugs, including alcohol, will result in adverse personnel actions.  The statement should explain that drug and alcohol abuse creates both economic and social consequences that are unacceptable to your community.

    Employee Awareness and Education

Provide a drug orientation program to advise all employees of your organization's policies and the drug-and-alcohol-related economic, health and legal liabilities that brought about the policy.  Ongoing educational efforts to inform employees about the negative consequences of drug and alcohol abuse are also essential in changing their attitudes about the problem.  This can be accomplished with meetings, brown bag lunches, and educational handouts.

    Supervisor Training

Train supervisors on substance and alcohol abuse so those closest to the problem can be coached on the signs, symptoms, behavior changes, performance problems, and intervention concepts attendant to drug and alcohol abuse.

    Drug and Alcohol Testing

Consider a drug and/or alcohol testing program to detect and deter drug and/or alcohol use or abuse.  If testing is adopted, it should conform to proper procedures.

    Employee Assistance Program

​Establish an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) that provides counseling and referral programs, to be operated either by your own staff or by a contractor.  The program should be operated in a confidential manner.  Employer is not required to pay for these services.