Oral Fluid Drug Testing FAQWhat you need to know about Oral Fluid Drug Testing
Why should I use oral fluid drug testing?
Oral fluid testing is suitable for all testing reasons – from pre-employment to random to for-cause and post-incident.
Why is oral fluid testing becoming more popular?
How long can a drug be detected in oral fluid?
What drugs are detected with a urine test?
What are cut off levels?
Is drug testing reliable?
Our DNA, drug and alcohol testing service has been carrying out DNA, drug and alcohol testing for the legal profession for many years. All our legal tests follow a strict chain of custody and are legally admissible in UK courts.
What happens when an employee is tested?
The necessary documentation will be completed and the sample transported to the laboratory for confirmation of any drugs which are non-negative on site.
What if an employee declines to be tested?
Some policies outline that if an employee declines a drug or alcohol test, their test result will be an automatic fail.
What facilities should be provided for urine collection?
Is introducing workplace drug testing expensive?
Is there any preparation required for the test?
Can an employee challenge the result?
How soon after use can a drug be detected in oral fluid?
Can oral fluid testing be affected by over-the- counter medications?
Can an oral fluid test be beaten?
Who collects the sample?
To arrange any of our business services or workplace drug and alcohol testing services please contact our friendly UK based customer service team on 0333 600 1300 or email@example.com.
Feel free to get in touch with any workplace testing enquiries at all that you may have. We also have Toxicology specialists at hand to provide expert advice and interpretation of results if your situation is particularly complex.
Last reviewed: 29/09/2023