What is the difference between a test & a screen?
A screen is a preliminary reading. If positive, it is sent overnight to a certified laboratory where it is confirmed. A MRO (Medical Review Officer) has the final say - it is then that it’s considered a test.
Why should I do a urine test instead of a saliva test?
Urine testing has a much larger window of detection than a saliva. FACTS. However, some companies do not have the time or logistics to work with urine. In those cases we recommend saliva. The saliva tests are also instant, are a witness test, are not gender specific, and can be performed anywhere because no bathroom is needed. They can also be confirmed in a certified laboratory with MRO reporting.
How long before I get my results?
We use instant tests. If the candidate does not pass then the specimen is shipped overnight to a certified lab pending confirmation.
Typically, results take about one week and all come with MRO letters.
Do you report my results to the courts or police?
No. Never – unless subpoenaed to do so. Confidentiality is our NUMBER 1 PRIORITY!