Workplace drug and alcohol screening (aka "drug and alcohol testing"). For most employers, this is a scary subject. The administrative burden, costs, and legalities can strike fear in any business. Luckily, Screensoft is here to solve these challenges.
Implementing a drug and alcohol testing program for your business is a significant undertaking. One common method of reducing these challenges is by joining a drug testing consortium. Most employers don't realize there are five common types of drug testing consortia. Each has their own advantages and disadvantages. If you plan on joining a drug testing consortium, it's important to identify the right model for your business.
Commercial owner-operators have some loopholes when it comes to drug testing. They need to be disciplined and have self-control. If they're self-employed, how do they meet the Department of Transportation's drug testing requirements?
A drug testing consortium is one random drug testing program consisting of many employers. Consortia are usually offered to employers regulated under the Department of Transportation. Applying them to the general workplace also has its advantages.