Drug & Alcohol Testing

Drug and Alcohol testing is available for a variety of purposes, including:

• employment screens;
• judicial and social services cases;
• academic, institutional, and athletic program screens;
• both DOT and non-DOT requirements, and
• for any industry that deals with sensitive, often personal concerns.

These tests provide assurances that personnel who are performing sensitive functions are healthy and able to do so. At the same time, we respect and rigorously protect individual privacy while collecting and appropriately sharing the samples we test. The conclusions drawn based on our testing reduce employer/superior exposure to liability as well as any adverse impacts on the organization’s cultural and moral standards.

SmarTest Labs uses various testing methods to screen for drugs because each individual approach offers different benefits. We will advise you on available options and their specific benefits to ensure you choose the right test for your purpose. Our methodologies include:

• Urine Drug Testing (instant or lab confirmation)
• Nail Drug Testing
• Saliva/Oral Fluids Drug Testing
• Hair Follicle Drug Testing
• Serum Drug Testing

SmarTest Labs applies rigorous quality standards and adheres to strict chain-of-custody requirements with every test we conduct. Our partnerships with regulated labs and Medical Review Officers facilitate evaluated testing of outcomes to ensure that each test is accurate, appropriately identified, and fully admissible in court.

At SmarTest Labs, we work collaboratively with you to ensure we understand the exact type of test you need before suggesting which test(s) to order.

Blood 5-Panel Test

This Blood Drug Test (5‐Panel) determines the presence or absence of five types of drugs or their metabolites in the bloodstream.

Blood tests for alcohol are conducted when an individual is actively under the influence. The other drugs can be detected within minutes to hours after their ingestion.

The test covers five major drug categories:

Amphetamine
Cocaine
Marijuana
Methamphetamines
Opioids
Phencyclidine