The Case for Saliva Drug Testing

Screening for drugs in the workplace is becoming more widespread, but how do you determine which of the two available types of testing to use saliva or urine?

It is important to understand the key differences, as the results from each type of testing offer completely different insights.

To determine an employee's fitness for work, saliva screening delivers significant benefit over urine testing, as it detects relatively recent drug use that could render an individual unfit to operate machinery, drive a vehicle or handle dangerous goods.

Saliva testing is less intrusive than urine sampling, lessens the need for handling bodily fluids and delivers accurate, reliable results quickly.

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