Drug Testing in New Jersey

If you need a drug test in New Jersey, just give us a call – 866-843-4545 or Order Online. We specialize in individual drug tests, court-ordered drug tests, personal drug tests along with hair follicle drug tests, and ETG alcohol drug testing. Immediate service is available for a drug test to be scheduled today at our drug testing facilities in all areas of New Jersey.

New Jersey became the 13 State to legalize recreational marijuana. The law allows the possession and use of marijuana by anyone over 21 years old within the state of New Jersey. Employer drug testing for marijuana in New Jersey is complex and employers should seek guidance.

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Employers in New Jersey can implement drug testing programs but must pay careful attention to a well-written drug-free workplace policy. Employees should be given advance notice of a drug testing policy. This policy should include provisions for drug testing, employee assistance programs, employee education on drug and alcohol abuse, and supervisor training on drug and alcohol abuse along with recognizing signs and symptoms that an employee may be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

In New Jersey, attempting to cheat on a drug test is a crime. It is a criminal offense to substitute or adulterate a test specimen. It is a criminal offense to manufacture, sell, provide, or possess any device or substance designed or commonly used to substitute or adulterate a test specimen.

Random drug testing programs in New Jersey should be implemented for employees in safety-sensitive positions. The courts have found the concern for safety outweighed the individual’s expectation of privacy.

For teachers, the New Jersey Boards of Education may require existing employees to be subject to drug testing; they must require job applicants who have received a conditional offer of employment to undergo a physical examination (which may include drug testing). Such testing must be conducted by a physician or institution designated by the applicable board of education. All drug testing costs must be paid by the applicable board of education.

Employers in New Jersey have the ability to use the intoxication defense to deny a workers’ comp claim. Compensation is paid provided the employee was himself not willfully negligent at the time of receiving such injury and provided the employee was himself not willfully negligent at the time of receiving such injury, and the employee was willfully negligent shall be one of fact to be submitted to the jury, subject to the usual superintending powers of a court to set aside a verdict rendered contrary to the evidence.  Intoxication or unlawful use of a controlled dangerous substance is considered willful negligence.

The New Jersey Department of Health is committed to the effective implementation of the New Jersey compassionate use medical marijuana act. A qualifying patient, primary caregiver, alternative treatment center, physician, or any other person acting in accordance with the provisions of act n.j.s.2c:35-18 shall not be subject to any civil or administrative penalty or denied any right or privilege, including, but not limited to, civil penalty or disciplinary action by a professional licensing board, related to the medical use of marijuana as authorized under this act.

Recently a union county assemblywoman, Linda Stender (d-union) declared New Jersey’s declared medical marijuana program “broken,” and introduced legislation that scraps many of its most rigid provisions and allows people to grow their own supply. This was reported on July 2, 2014.

Employers are encouraged to take a careful look at their drug-free workplace policies before continuing drug testing for marijuana. See more regarding the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory, Enforcement Assistance, and Marketplace Modernization Act.

Individuals needing a drug test in New Jersey can call for immediate drug testing. Drug screening with hair and urine is available. ETG alcohol testing is popular for court-ordered drug testing for individuals in zero-tolerance alcohol programs. If you need a 5-panel drug test or a 10-panel drug test, call for immediate service.

For drug testing in New Jersey for employers call now: 866-843-4545 or Order Online.

Drug testing in New Jersey for individuals for immediate testing, call now: 866-843-4545 or Order Online.

Marijuana Laws for New Jersey

Marijuana considerations are important and marijuana laws often update often, check out Marijuana in the Workplace.

Drug Testing Laws for New Jersey

No two states have same the same drug testing State Laws – Check out state laws for Drug Testing.

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