- Random Drug Testing
An effective drug and alcohol use deterrent!
Random drug and alcohol testing is considered to be a very effective deterrent for drug use. True random testing means that the "donor" is never warned about and therefore not prepared for the test. Random drug and alcohol testing is commonly requested by concerned parents, social workers, probation officers, employers, self-referrals and lawyers. ADS can set up a random drug test program for your work staff, family member, employee, client or anybody else that you need, anywhere in the US.
The following are examples of drug and alcohol tests that are available to you:
Rapid 5-Panel, 10-Panel or 12-Panel Instant Urine Drug Screen + 7-Panel Adulteration Detection (results in 5 min.)
Lab Tests (non-rapid) 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12 and DOT Panels (results in 2-3 business days)
Hair Strand drug test (5 - 17 panel) for a longer look-back (up to 3 mos., results in 2-3 business days)
Fingernail drug test (5 - 17 panel) for a longer look-back (up to 6 mos., results in 3-4 business days)
Alcohol Breath Screen: Blood Alcohol Concentration
- EtG Alcohol 80-hour and 90-day look-back (results in 2-3 business days)
ChildGuard™ Environmental Drug Testing (Hair and Fingernail) - 5, 7, and 9-Panel (results in 3-5 business days)
If you want to determine the presence of drug metabolites for a longer look-back window, it is recommended that you randomly perform hair strand and fingernail drug testing.
Hair strand and fingernail testing are two ways to get an in depth assessment to determine if someone has used drugs during longer detection windows. Hair strand drug tests search up to three months in the past, or shorter/longer if desired, depending on available sample length. Fingernail testing searches up to six months in the past. The reason that we say "up to" for both hair and fingernail testing is because each individual's hair/nails grow at a different rate.
Hair and fingernail testing are simple specimen collections that yield highly accurate results. In addition, there are no known methods for sample adulteration (hair/fingernail washing will not adulterate the sample). Because specimen collection is directly observed, the risk of adulteration is reduced dramatically.