Drug and Alcohol Specimen Collection
You can’t always detect a drug or alcohol issue just by looking at an employee or reviewing an application. That’s why drug and alcohol screening is so important in the workplace. Through substance abuse screening services, employers can help prevent hazardous working conditions, costly employee errors, job-related accidents and performance problems while promoting a healthy, safe and productive workplace.
From pre-employment, regulated/non-regulated, random/periodic, follow-up and emergency services, our network of 230 branch locations and mobile specimen collection services provide clients with complete drug and alcohol screening to fit their needs:
We always have qualified personnel available to handle your collection and testing needs 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you have an emergency, accident, reasonable cause or reasonable suspicion situation, you can engage our QuickResponse team. This is a specially trained network of collection professionals, ready to handle your emergency cases quickly and professionally. Call our free hotline 1-800-42-EMSI (3674) and we will send a collection professional to the scene immediately.
Our call center staff undergoes the same rigorous DOT-compliance training so they understand the need for accuracy, urgency and sensitivity. You won’t waste time waiting for a call back, or searching for a fixed collection site. One call to EMSI gets you back to business faster.
Mobile and Fixed-Site Services
Through our unique mobile specimen collection services, we take the hassle out of drug and alcohol specimen collections. We can set up a screening event at your location to make the process fast and convenient for you and your employees.
You may also choose to send employees to one of our 230 branch locations, where we offer fast, complete specimen collection services in a friendly office environment. Unlike a clinic setting that also offers other health-related services, our service locations are dedicated to only handling specimen collection, which means no lengthy wait times and no exposure to potential illness from other patients.