A Drug-Free Workplace is a Safe Workplace

We are Your Partner  for a Drug-Free Workplace

Morgantown, WV 26505          304-405-4051

What drugs will QLT test for?

QLT can customize testing options to meet the needs of each client, however the most commonly tested substances include: Amphetamine(AMP), Cocaine(COC), Methadone(MTD), Barbituates(BAR), Methamphetamine(MET), Oxycodone(OXY), Buprenorphine(BUP), Ecstacy(MDMA), Phencyclidine(PCP), Benzodiazepines(BZO), Opiates(OPI), and Marijuana(THC)

What if I take Prescription or Over-The-Counter Drugs?

In the event that your results reveal a potential prescription or OTC medication in your system, the Medical Review Officer (MRO) may contact you to verify any medications you may be taking

What is a Medical Review Officer (MRO)?

A Medical Review Officer is a licensed physician responsible for receiving and reviewing laboratory results and evaluating medical explanations for certain drug test results. They must complete ongoing education courses to maintain their status as a MRO and act as a safeguard to ensure the quality and accuracy of your results. Certain industries and government organizations, such as DOT, require that a MRO review their employees’ test results

What should I bring with me?

A valid (non-expired) picture ID such as a passport, driver’s license, military ID, employee badge, or any other photo ID that was issued by a federal, state, or local government agency. Identification requires a valid government-issues ID.

All authorization forms or paperwork from your employer

How do I prepare for a drug & alcohol screening?

For a urine drug screen you will need to be able to provide a 45 mL urine sample. Do not go to the restroom prior to your test. If you can’t provide a full sample once the collection has started, you’ll be given three hours to complete a full sample. If you leave during the collection for any reason, this is considered a refusal to test and can hold the same consequences as a positive result to your employer

A hair test will be collected from your head. If head hair is not a viable option, body hair will be attempted as a second option

What should I expect during a drug & alcohol screening?

For a urine drug screen, you’ll be asked to wash your hands and remove excess clothing, such as a jacket or hat. You’ll also be asked to empty your pockets, and you will have the option to place your valuables in a lock box.

If your employer has requested a breath alcohol test, you’ll be asked to remove any gum, mints, or tobacco and blow into an evidential breath testing (EBT) device

Where do I go for my drug & alcohol test?

Screening may be conducted on-site at your workplace, or by scheduling an appointment in our office located inside The Mon Building in downtown Morgantown, 235 High Street 6th Floor Suite 626

What if I disagree with the results?

Any sample returning a non-negative result can be sent for further laboratory confirmation testing to definitively detect individual drug compounds, metabolites or alcohol in a person's urine using sophisticated equipment which determines the precise identity of nearly any substance at very small amounts. Only confirmation tests allow a laboratory to make the distinction between illicit, prescription medicines and over-the-counter, legal medications. The results of a confirmation test provide an absolute and definite result that indicates the specific drug or compound present