Many Workers Misuse
Alcohol AND Drugs.
Oral Fluid Testing Can Effectively and Efficiently Find Both Substances
A Free Webinar Presentation
OraSure Technologies, Inc.
and Co-Sponsored by
Randisi and Associates
November 19, 2013 at 2 pm Eastern
Featuring Bill Current and James Randisi
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Earn 1 Credit CEU
Workplace substance abuse is a growing problem in the United States. Many think that marijuana is the number one abused substance in the U.S, but actually alcohol is the most abused substance. And the associated human and financial costs are staggering. Unfortunately, many employers make the mistake of assuming that because alcohol is a legal substance there's nothing they can do to prohibit employees from being under the influence of alcohol while on the job. Just the opposite is true. To effectively address workplace substance abuse it requires a balanced approach that includes both drug and alcohol testing. And oral fluid testing represents an attractive alternative to traditional testing methods that may be a perfect fit for many companies.
Oral fluid testing can:
Join well-known drug and alcohol testing expert Bill Current along with Jim Randisi of Randisi & Associates, Inc. for an informative and timely presentation on the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace. They will also explain the latest substance abuse statistics, how drugs and alcohol affect the workplace, and the state and federal legal considerations of oral fluid drug and alcohol testing. Most importantly, they will also describe the advantages of oral fluid drug and alcohol testing.
- Help increase a company's drug testing ROI,
- Help employers efficiently and effectively test for alcohol,
- Increase the likelihood of identifying illegal drug use immediately after ingestion of a drug, which is ideal in post-accident and reasonable suspicion circumstances, and
- Eliminate drug test cheating