Global Drug & Alcohol Testing Services

1 Feb 2024 | Workplace Drug Testing

Discovering a seamless solution for workplace testing just got easier with our extensive network of trained specimen collectors worldwide. We provide drug testing on various specimen types including urine, oral fluid, nail, and sweat. At our core, we prioritize offering comprehensive testing solutions that cater to diverse workplace requirements.

We provide drug testing for all reasons such as Pre-employment, Random, Post-Accident, Reasonable Suspicion, and Periodic.
Our services adhere to stringent guidelines derived from the US Department of Transportation workplace testing standards outlined in 49 CFR Part 40.

Our Existing Network includes:

Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Saudi Arabia, Myanmar, Kuwait, Palestine, United Arab Emirates, China, Philippines, South Korea, Israel, Sri Lanka, Qatar

Russia, Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Poland, Ukraine, Romania, Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Czech Republic, Greece, Portugal, Hungary, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, Slovakia, Finland, Norway, Ireland, Lithuania, Slovenia, Latvia

South America
Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Columbia, Chile

North America
Mexico, Costa Rica, El Salvador

Australia, New Zealand

Egypt, South Africa, Kenya, Ghana

We offer a variety of drug test panels and cutoff levels in addition to the federally mandated SAMHSA/US Department of Transportation (DOT) 5-drug panel.
Here is the full list of substances that we can detect:

Our Urine Drug Testing Process

Stage 1: Specimen Collection and Drug Screening
Urine Specimen can be collected on-site at your designated location or via our collection site. It can be screened instantly using instant, immunoassay-based test cups or sent to a laboratory for screening.

Stage 2: Laboratory-based Urine GC-MS Confirmatory Test
The specimen will be immediately sealed, bar-coded, and dispatched to the SAMHSA UKAS ISO:17025 or a similar accredited laboratory facility for GC/MS confirmatory testing.

Stage 3: Interview with Medical Review Officer
Positive results will include a brief conclusion/statement of findings, from the reporting MRO.

For more information, please send us an inquiry here.