A safe and productive workplace depends on the integrity and accuracy of the drug and alcohol testing process. At Tomo Drug Testing, we work closely with companies and organizations to create a customized testing program that encourages a safe and drug free workplace.
What is it?
A drug-free workplace refers to an organization (business, government entity, school) where all designated employees and supervisors adhere to a policy designed to discourage the misuse and abuse of drugs and alcohol. In addition, a policy often encourages treatment and recovery for employees with abuse or misuse issues. There is no law requiring companies to have a policy in place; however, employers are finding it is in their best interest in order to increase productivity, decrease employee absence and effectively identify employees struggling with misuse.
Who is subject to drug and alcohol testing?
Many, and often all, employees at the organization are subject to testing, as designated by the organization -wide policy. Many employers require applicants to be tested before beginning employment. Some organizations conduct annual testing of all employees, whereas others conduct periodic, unannounced random tests to give employees or students a reason to say no to drugs and alcohol.
What drugs does the screening test for?
Each organization has the ability to customize their drug and alcohol testing plan to fit the needs of their organization or community. Many employers follow DOT testing requirements but others add testing for specific drugs that may be of concern in their community.
Why choose Tomo for Drug-Free Workplace testing?
- Certified Collectors and Trained Technicians
- Implementation of strict quality guidelines
- Tomo can bring testing to you, reducing employee downtime, travel time, expenses and liability
- Management of random scheduling process
- Accurate, reliable and confidential testing programs