A drug & alcohol screen conducted on your job applicants helps to protect your business and employees from the affects of drug & alcohol use in the workplace. Typically, a screen includes an alcohol breath test and urine screen (urine is recommended over saliva as it detects drugs in the system for a longer period of time).
We recommend short-listed applicants are screened prior to any offer of employment, rather than after employment commences.
What if an Applicant does not Pass the Drug & Alcohol Screen?
There can be many reasons why someone may not pass their drug & alcohol screen. For instance, some medications may affect the result. Our experts will guide you through the process and coordinate confirmatory testing through a NATA accredited laboratory to clarify results, allowing you to be confident in your decision-making.