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What's the cost of not doing drug tests?
Employees who abuse drugs: *
function at around two-thirds of their productive capacity.
are almost four times more likely to be involved in a workplace accident.
are five times more likely to file a workers’ compensation claim.
are twice as likely to request early dismissal or time off.
are 2.5 times more likely to have absences of eight days or more.
are three times more likely to be late for work.
35% of workers have seen or heard of on-the-job drug use by co-workers. (Institute for a Drug-Free Workplace)
AAIMCheck offers a broad selection of drug testing options. Specimens can be collected at a laboratory service center or on site. The range of detection can be between 24-hours to 3 months, depending on collection method. When selecting the best drug testing methodology to meet your needs there are several decisions to make:
What drugs do you want to detect?
What time range of detection do you want?
Where should collection take place?
How soon do you need results;
What test(s) are most cost-effective?
Does the organization’s policies specify the drug testing structure and methodology?
AAIMCheck helps you find the best answer and recommend the right solution for your organization’s specific needs.
*according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration