If you need a drug test today, National Drug Screening can assist you with one phone call. We can accomplish drug testing at our drug screening centers across the United States of America, including centers located in Wisconsin and open daily.
Drug and alcohol testing in Wisconsin is accomplished with hair testing, urine testing, oral fluid testing, and fingernail testing. If you need to test your teenagers for drugs, we can help; one phone call and we can get you in for a drug test today. K2 and Spice are dangerous and can cause health consequences. Bath salts are dangerous and cause many emergency room visits. National Drug Screening drug testing centers can test for bath salts and k2 – spice.
A drug-free workplace program has five major components, it is not just drug testing. A comprehensive drug-free workplace program consists of:
- Drug and Alcohol testing policy
- Employee education on the harmful effects of drugs and how one can get help for a substance abuse problem
- Supervisor training so that your supervisors know the signs and symptoms that someone might be under the influence and needs a reasonable suspicion drug test
- Employee assistance program (EAP) – providing resources so employees with a drug or alcohol abuse problem can get help
- Drug testing –typically pre-employment, random, post-accident, return to duty and follow up
Employers in Wisconsin have an opportunity to implement a comprehensive drug-free workplace drug program. National Drug Screening can assist employers with a drug-free workplace policy, either a non-DOT policy or a DOT policy. Employers in Wisconsin should be drug-free.
There is no comprehensive drug-free workplace law in Wisconsin. Since 2007 employers may terminate employees for failure to pass a drug test. All employees covered under the federal omnibus transportation act are required to be tested. Those include pilots, CDL, individuals handling toxic materials, health workers, and security personnel such as law enforcement and guards. DOT drug and alcohol testing is mandatory for DOT safety-sensitive positions.
All public works contractors must have a drug-free workplace program in place. Contractors may have a random testing policy in place, but it should require testing based upon just suspicion or post-accident. Contractors who fail to test their employees will be forced to stop work and have their contracts canceled.
The Wisconsin worker’s compensation fund has penalties of 15% or up to $15,000 for worker-related injuries due to substance impairment. An employer can deny a worker’s comp claim up to $15,000.00 when an employee tests positive on a post-accident test after the accident. In order to take advantage of the denial of the workers’ comp claim, the employer must have a drug-free workplace program that is communicated to all employees, is available for review by prospective employees, and explains the types of tests an employee or prospective employee may be subject to. All employees must be subject to the policy and management must be tested. This policy must be made clear during the interview process, the employee must consent as part of the conditions for employment, and all candidates must be shown the same agreement.
You must use either a third-party testing organization like National Drug Screening for sample collection or perform onsite collections through trained and certified administrators.
As part of a drug-free workplace program, you must have a disciplinary process for those who test positive for alcohol and/or drugs, refuse to be tested, or attempt to alter the results. Wisconsin law has no restrictions on policy discipline, including discharge. All costs of testing must be borne by the employer.
If you need a drug test now in Wisconsin, our National Drug Screening Centers can help you. Yes, we test individuals on a daily basis for personal drug testing, school drug testing, probation drug testing, court-ordered drug testing, and more. Our National Drug Screening testing facilities are open daily and we test for drugs and alcohol with certified drug test results provided back to you. All policies are custom written as no two organizations are exactly alike and no two drug-free workplace policies will be exactly the same either. Drug-free workplace policies must meet the need of the organization now and in the future. A general drug-free workplace policy generally starts with a company statement regarding the company’s obligation and right to have drug and alcohol-free employees on the job and to provide a safe work environment. This means that during working hours employees are expected to be free from any substance, whether legal or illegal, that can negatively affect job performance or risk the health and safety of employees and the public.
April 03, 2014, the medical marijuana statute was passed in the state of Wisconsin but waits for the governor’s signature. This legislation does not legalize the use of marijuana in any general way but only allows the use of cannabinoids for treating a rare childhood disease. This is a part of the THC found in marijuana that does not give the user a high. Wisconsin employers can still discipline or discharge employees using marijuana recreationally. This must be specifically outlined in the company’s drug-free workplace policy. Smoking only at home, off-duty, or on weekends provides no protection if the workplace drug test comes back positive for marijuana. Possession in the state of less than an ounce is still punishable by six months in jail and a thousand-dollar fine.
Many teens and young adults are now using synthetic marijuana like k2 and spice. These chemicals do not show up in a standard 5-panel or 10-panel drug test. National Drug Screening centers can test for k2 and spice, the drug testing for k2 and spice must be specified in advance.
Some of the other companies in Wisconsin offering drug testing include AMC Drug Testing, Legal Testing Services, Options Labs, Psychemedics Corp, Lab Zone, Treatment Centers of XL, Accurate On-Site Drug & Alcohol Testing LLC, Express Drug Screening, U.S. Onsite Drug and Alcohol Testing, Assurance Drug Testing Laboratories, Accurate Drug Testing, Bellevue Total Health Drug Testing Center, Bellin Occupational Health Solutions, MedPro Testing Center, The Watershed Addiction Treatment Programs, Quality Addiction Management, Exam Professionals, Trutest Drug and Alcohol Testing, Noble Diagnostics, Compliance Service, and Aspirus Occupational Health.
National Drug Screening can work with your company in Wisconsin for your needs for drug-free workplace policy, drug testing, alcohol testing, DOT drug testing, supervisor training, employee education, mobile or on-site drug testing, rapid drug testing, and much more. One phone call and you can discuss all drug and alcohol testing services for your company in Wisconsin.
National Drug Screening offers drug testing with quest diagnostics and LabCorp using patient service centers or psc. Both laboratories are SAMHSA certified for drug and alcohol testing. All types of drug testing programs are available including hair testing, five-panel, and 10-panel drug testing options. Drug testing will include the following drugs and more: amphetamines: amphetamine, methamphetamine, MDMA (ecstasy), cocaine metabolite, opiates: codeine, morphine, hydrocodone, hydromorphone, oxycodone, oxymorphone; phencyclidine, marijuana metabolite, barbiturates, benzodiazepines, methadone, propoxyphene, methaqualone.
If you need a drug test today our National Drug Screening drug testing centers can help you today with just one phone call. Parents that want to test their children or teenagers can call our national drug screen confidential phone number to get a drug test scheduled today with complete confidentiality.
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