Announcement: 2017 – 4th of July Holiday Hours

Our office will be closed Monday, July 3rd, 2017 at 5pm through the 4th of the July Holiday. We will return on Wednesday at our normal operating hours.

Happy 4th of July!

America’s Drug Problem


  • Why Have a Drug Free Workplace?
  • Eye-opening statistics reveal the nature and size of America’s problem with drug abuse in the workplace as well as the general population and gives information to answer the question: “Why require a Drug-Free Workplace.”

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  • Laws and Regulations
  • This section outlines a very brief history of workplace testing in the U.S. leading up to the current federal regulations that govern DFW drug testing.

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  • Developing a Drug-Free Workplace Policy
  • Currently, this section consists of a “work in progress” by the author/webmaster of this website, Daniel C. Drew, M.D. Comments and collaboration are invited.

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  • Alternative Testing Page
  • This section presents a brief outline of the pros and cons of testing various specimens (including hair testing) with a short bibliography and a caveat regarding “racial bias” and other issues.

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  • Alcohol Testing
  • This section is a brief outline of the federal regulations and guidelines regarding alcohol testing. There is a “click and download” link to the ASCII text of the regulations.

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  • Required Training for Employees
  • This section presents an outline of the curriculum required for employer/supervisors in all federally mandated drug-free workplace programs.

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  • Required Training for Supervisors
  • This section presents an outline of the curriculum required for employer/supervisors in all federally mandated drug-free workplace programs.

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  • Nationwide Medical Review's Web Directory
  • Click here to reach our “Web Reference Directory — a summary of our recommended DFW links including several news and education sites dealing with drug and alcohol abuse and Drug Free Workplace issues.

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