Do you need help creating an employer drug screening program? A proper drug testing program requires a proper mix of many testing steps and cooperating policies. The experts at Fastest Labs are uniquely qualified and equipped to help employers design comprehensive alcohol and drug testing policies and programs that perfectly fit their needs.
We're proud to announce that we've once again placed on Entrepreneur Magazine's Franchise 500 list. In fact, this year we climbed over 100 spots to #314, a reflection of our "exceptional performance in areas including financial strength and stability, growth rate, and brand power."
Fastest Labs is honored to be chosen by Franchise Business Review as a top franchise for their Franchise Satisfaction Award in 2017. Out of thousands of leading franchise brands, this award identifies the top 50 franchises in each size class. Fastest Labs is proud to have made the list this year in the Small (under 50 locations) class!
If you are wanting to determine paternity outside of the court system for your own personal use, a non-legal DNA test could suffice. However, this test is not admissible in court. It is important to know the difference between legal and non-legal DNA testing so that you can explore your options.
Both instant and lab based urine tests have their purpose and it is important to know the differences when selecting which test to take. A urine drug test is the only method approved for federally mandated drug testing programs. If you are required by federal guidelines to be drug-tested, you must obtain a urine drug test.
Unfortunately, drug abuse takes a toll on lives, families, and can wreak havoc in the workplace. According to a national survey, more than 60% of adults know someone who has gone to work under the influence of drugs or alcohol. That adds up to higher absenteeism, more workers’ compensation claims, and lower productivity.
Custody battles can be difficult, especially when a child’s safety and welfare are at risk. In cases where there is evidence of illegal drug use or abuse of alcohol or other controlled substances, the court may seek ways to ensure the parent is capable of responsibly caring for their child(ren). One common measure is to order drug testing for the parent suspected of having a problem.