Drug Testing Services in Vermont

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Drug testing in Vermont is easily accomplished with one phone call, our customer service representatives are standing by to assist you with immediate drug testing. National Drug Screening offers drug testing centers in all areas of Vermont. Most often drug testing is a 5-panel or 10-panel drug test but often alcohol testing is included. Click here to find an immediate testing location in your area.

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Employment drug testing is available in Vermont, it is important for employers to pay attention to Vermont laws on drug testing. All DOT regulated companies must have comprehensive drug testing programs and non-regulated employers must pay attention to strict drug testing laws in Vermont. A medical review officer (MRO) must be involved in the drug testing process giving employees an opportunity to explain a positive drug test result. The MRO is the gatekeeper of the drug testing process. Individuals often need a drug test for court-ordered programs, personal reasons, testing teenagers, child custody cases, divorce cases, school requirements,s and more. National Drug Screening offers over 6,000 drug testing locations throughout the United States. For a drug test in Vermont call today. Drug testing is available in our centers in: Stowe, Burlington, Woodstock, Montpelier, Killington, Bennington, Manchester, Rutland City, Northeast Kingdom, Brattleboro, Jay, Ludlow, Shelburne, St. Johnsbury, St. Albans, Middlebury, Waterbury, Stratton, Warren, Cabot, Dover, Springfield, Windsor, Wilmington, Londonderry, Quechee, Jamaica, Weston, Burke, Green Mountain National Forest, Grand Isle, Newport, South Hero, Waitsfield, Plymouth, Peru, Dorset, Grafton, North Hero, Brandon, Colchester, Derby, Brownsville, Proctorsville, Charlotte, Essex, Vergennes, Poultney, Bellows Falls, and South Burlington.

Drug-free workplace programs are available in Vermont.

National Drug Screening advises Vermont employers of the strict laws affecting drug testing in Vermont. In Vermont, other than regulated DOT employers; random drug testing is prohibited. Employers conducting drug testing must offer some type of EAP program or referral service as part of their drug-testing program. A comprehensive drug-free workplace must be implemented for a Vermont employer to begin drug testing. This includes a written policy, employee education, supervisor training, employee assistance program (EAP) all before drug testing can begin. An employee who refused a drug test can be terminated. An employee who tests positive for a drug test may not be terminated if the test result is positive and the employee agrees to participate in and then successfully completes the employee assistance program. However, the employee may be suspended only for the period of time necessary to complete the program, but in no event longer than three months. The employee may be terminated if, after completion of an employee assistance program, the employer subsequently administers a drug test and the test result is positive. Many employers do drug testing in Vermont and set up drug-free workplace programs. Drug testing providers in Vermont include: Any Lab Test Now, Arcpoint Labs, Occupational Drug Testing, LLC, Onsite Drug Testing of New England, Brattleboro Memorial Occupational Health Services, Advantage Drug Testing, Drug Testing Centers of America, National Drug Screening Centers, Drug Testing USA and the Center for Occupational Health. One phone call to National Drug Screening can access a drug testing facility anywhere in Vermont with next day service always available.

Vermont does have provisions in the law for the denial of workers’ compensation claims and denial of unemployment claims due to a positive drug test. Under the workers’ compensation law – compensation shall not be allowed for an injury caused by an employee’s willful intention to injure himself, herself, or another or by or during his or her intoxication or by an employee’s failure to use a safety appliance provided for his or her use. The burden of proof shall be upon the employer if he or she claims the benefit of the provisions of this section.

Vermont does have a medical marijuana law. Employers are under no obligation to accommodate marijuana use. It is not discrimination to fire an employee for using medical marijuana. Employer drug-free workplace policies should always be written or revised to address medical marijuana. Consultants are available from National Drug Screening to write and revise drug-free workplace policies.

National Drug Screening is a member of the Drug & Alcohol Industry Testing Association (DATIA merged with NDASA in 2023).
Drug testing centers are open daily and provide drug and alcohol testing for individuals.

Drug testing is available for: court-ordered programs, probation, legal cases, divorce, child custody, and required testing for colleges and universities.

All major laboratories are utilized including LabCorp, Quest Diagnostics, Alere Toxicology, Clinical Reference Labs (CRL), and Medtox. All laboratory patient service centers and collection sites are available for immediate testing.

Your drug test can be scheduled today with one easy phone call. Drug testing locations are available and convenient to where you live and work. An easy process – it is confidential and secure.

Negative drug test results are available the next business day after specimen collection. Your results are reported back to you with fast turnaround by e-mail, fax, or us mail.

Drug Testing and alcohol testing in Vermont

Drug testing in Vermont for employers call now: 866-843-4545

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Marijuana Laws for Vermont

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

Drug Testing Laws for Vermont

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

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