Drug testing centers are open daily in Charlotte, North Carolina for urine drug screening, hair follicle testing, and ETG alcohol testing. One phone call and same-day service is available for your drug testing need whether, for probation, court-ordered drug test, DOT drug test, MRO services, workplace drug test, employment drug test or personal drug test.

Same day service is available in Charlotte, North Carolina for urine drug screening, hair follicle testing, and EtG alcohol testing. For urine drug testing most drug testing facilities offer instant drug screening with negative drug tests results reported back the same day.

Employer drug testing programs are available in Charlotte, North Carolina for pre-employment drug testing, random drug testing, reasonable suspicion testing, follow-up drug testing, return to duty drug testing, and post-accident drug testing. Employers in Charlotte, North Carolina are encouraged to implement a drug-free workplace program. There are few restrictions for workplace drug testing in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Employers must report to the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles all positive drug test results for employees who are CDL holders within 5 business days of receiving notice of a positive test. Such employees in North Carolina are disqualified from operating a Commercial Motor Vehicle until proof of completing a return to duty criteria under U.S. Department of Transportation regulations.

Cheating on a drug test is illegal in Charlotte, North Carolina. For a first offense, the person is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor. For a second or subsequent offense under this section, the person is guilty of a Class I felony.

When an employee tests positive for drugs or alcohol there is a provision in the North Carolina law whereby a worker’s comp claim can be denied. The law states that – No compensation shall be payable if the injury or death to the employee was proximately caused by:

  1. His intoxication, provided the intoxicant was not supplied by the employer or his agent in a supervisory capacity to the employee; or
  2. His being under the influence of any controlled substance listed in the North Carolina Controlled Substances Act, G.S. 90-86, et seq., where such controlled substance was not by prescription by a practitioner; or
  3. His willful intention to injure or kill himself or another.

A result consistent with “intoxication” or being “under the influence” from a blood or other medical test conducted in a manner generally acceptable to the scientific community and consistent with applicable State and federal law, if any, shall create a rebuttable presumption of impairment from the use of alcohol or a controlled substance.

An employee fired in North Carolina based on a positive drug or alcohol test can cause a denial of unemployment benefits. This is misconduct which is grounds for denial of the claim. Examples of misconduct are:

  1. Violating the employer’s written alcohol or illegal drug policy.
  2. Reporting to work significantly impaired by alcohol or illegal drugs.
  3. Consuming alcohol or illegal drugs on employer’s premises.

If you need a drug test, hair follicle test or EtG alcohol test in Charlotte, North Carolina call us now for immediate same day service. Our drug testing specialists are standing by to take your order for a drug or alcohol test. Drug testing is confidential, secure, fast and affordable.