With locations throughout the Terre Haute, Indiana area, National Drug Screening is your professional choice for drug and alcohol testing programs for both individuals and employers. Drug tests can be ordered quickly online or with a quick phone call to 866-843-4545. This can be urine drug testing or hair drug testing. Both DOT drug testing and Non-DOT drug testing are available in the Terre Haute, Indiana area.
New drug test centers have opened in Terre Haute, Indiana. Call today to order an immediate drug test. Services for drug testing are available for employers and for individuals. Many drug testing panels are available. The most common drug test panel is Marijuana (THC), Cocaine (COC), Opiates (OPI), Amphetamines (AMP), and PCP. We get many calls from individuals in Terre Haute for random drug testing, probation, court ordered, child custody and personal drug testing.
Employer Drug Test Requirements
Employers in Indiana should pay careful attention to laws for drug test requirements. State contractors for public works projects must conduct drug testing, to include random testing; A drug-free workplace program is required. In addition, industries subject to required drug testing include mine workers, school bus drivers, and child care, employers.
Drug tests for cocaine are available in Terre Haute, typically a10 panel drug test is used for Non-DOT employers. The 10 panel includes: AMP-Amphetamines (including MAMP-Methamphetamine, MDMA-Ecstasy); COC-Cocaine: OPI-Opiates (including codeine, morphine and heroin); PCP-Phencyclidine; THC-Marijuana; BZO-Benzodiazepines BAR-Barbiturates; MTD-Methadone; PPX-Propoxyphene; and Meth – Methaqualone. For DOT regulated employers the 5 panel drug test is required.
National Drug Screening offers employer both DOT regulated and Non-DOT drug testing programs.
Crime and Illicit Drug Use in Terre Haute
The overall crime rate in Terre Haute is 72% higher than the national average for every 100,000 people, there are 13.51 daily crimes that occur in Terre Haute. Terre Haute is safer than 24% of the cities in the United States and also In Terre Haute you have a 1 in 14 chance of becoming a victim of any crime. Where there is crime there is traditionally illicit drug use.