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Random, Post-Accident and Reasonable Suspicion Testing

Random, Post-Accident and Reasonable Suspicion Testing

Are your random, post-accident and reasonable suspicion testing programs compliant?

Companies committed to a drug-free workplace face considerable challenges when trying to develop an effective post-employment testing program that complies with contradictory state and federal laws, including OSHA's post-accident/incident guidelines.

Join Todd Simo, MD, HireRight's Chief Medical Officer as he provides an in-depth overview of the various components of an effective drug-free workplace program. With best practice recommendations, you'll be armed with valuable information to enhance your drug-free workplace policies and programs for 2019.

Topics Covered:

  • Goals of a drug-free workplace program
  • Economic impact of employing illicit drug users
  • Pre-employment drug testing
  • Random testing & state regulations
  • For cause testing
  • OSHA post-accident testing rules
  • Applicable signs of impairment and potential drug use
  • Best practice recommendations

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