With our goal of “Safety in Every Direction” we help to prevent substance abuse in the workplace. We have a staff of trained professionals who perform needed tests to determine if there is a substance problem along with staff who can train your employees on what to look for in the workplace to point out substance issues.

Some of the causes for substance abuse testing can include, but are not limited to, circumstantial instances like anonymous tips or findings of drug paraphernalia; physical characteristics like dilated pupils or needle marks; and behavioral actions like being habitually late to work, poor productivity, or disoriented, just to name a few.

Why should you want your workplace drug free?

  • It’s a voluntary program
  • It promotes workplace safety
  • It increases productivity
  • It reduces absenteeism
  • There is a potential discount on workers’ compensation insurance premiums



  1. Written policy
  2. Education and training
  3. Employee assistance program (EAP)
  4. Alcohol and drug testing
  5. Confidentiality of records
  6. Certification


  1. Written policy
  2. Distribution of documents to employees
  3. State identifying alcohol and drug tests
  4. Statement posted at place of employment
  5. Statement describing Employer’s EPA
  6. Description of the alcohol and substance abuse education and awareness program
  7. Statement describing the confidentiality