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Regulated Drug Screens

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Regulated drug screening is typically required for employees who work in safety-sensitive positions, such as those in the transportation, healthcare, and construction industries. These screenings are designed to detect the presence of illegal or prescription drugs in an employee's system and help identify potential substance abuse issues.

To learn more about which bodies require regulated drug screens, visit our blog Who Requires Regulated Drug Testing.


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