Available Drug Test

VALLEY DRUG TESTS | Fresno, CA | DOT Drug & Alcohol Consortium | San Jose

Urine Drug Test

We perform DOT, NON - DOT collections, Instant tests, hair testing, and breath alcohol, either on site or in office.

Full consortium and random pool management services are also available for companies, counties and courts all over the country!

Abused drugs are present in urine from a few hours to a few days, except for marijuana that can be present up to one month. Urine testing is the most common screening method and detects recent use, typically in the previous one to three days. It is suitable for all testing reasons – from pre-employment to random to post-accident – and can be performed for a wide range of illicit and prescription drugs. 

 

Drug abuse in the workplace puts employers at a risk for higher insurance costs, more on the job accidents, increased absenteeism and lower productivity.



We provide both 5-PANEL and 10 Panel testing. 



VALLEY DRUG TESTS | Fresno, CA | DOT Drug & Alcohol Consortium | San Jose

Hair Drug Test

Abused drugs are present from up to a few days to several months. Very helpful to know chronic abuse of drugs. The collected hair sample is sent to a nationally recognized lab for analysis.

The lab will analyze and measure the drug molecules embedded inside the hair shaft, eliminating external contamination as a source of a positive test result.



VALLEY DRUG TESTS | Fresno, CA | DOT Drug & Alcohol Consortium | San Jose

Breath Alcohol Test

Our well trained and certified technician will perform a Breath Alcohol Test as per DOT guidelines. This test is ideal to know any sort of impairment in the employee.

The level of breath alcohol is directly related to the level of impairment of the donor employee. Federal testing regulations require that an evidential breath testing device (EBT) approved by the NHTSA is used for breath alcohol testing. This machine must be operated by a trained breath alcohol technician (BAT) following the procedures set forth in CFR 40 Subpart C.