Drug Free Safety Program
Lake Health provides a full range of drug and alcohol testing services essential to a safe and productive workplace.
Benefits both employers and employees
Drug Free Safety Programs can increase morale, productivity and overall workplace safety while decreasing absenteeism due to substance abuse.
Comprehensive Testing and Services
As a provider of the BWC of Ohio Drug-Free Safety Program, our services include:
- Assistance with policy development
- Employee and supervisor training testing services
- Random drug pull program
- Random drug on-site program
- Testing services
- Substance abuse referrals
We offer pre-placement, post-offer, reasonable suspicion, post-accident, post-injury or random drug testing services. These are available on a “walk-in” basis seven days a week at the Lake Health Urgent Care Centers. We utilize a SAMHSA-certified laboratory for drug testing and a certified Medical Review Officer (MRO) for drug test reporting. Drug test reports can be sent either by secure fax, encrypted email or hard copy via mail depending on your company protocol.
Substance Abuse Testing Options
Lake Health staff is certified for DOT urine collection process and breath alcohol testing. Custom drug testing panels can be created based on company's needs. All of the following tests can be administered at our facilities:
- Non-DOT 5 panel
- Non-DOT 9 panel
- Non-DOT 10 panel
- DOT-approved testing
- Breath Alcohol (BAT) testing
- Blood Alcohol testing
- STAT Breath Alcohol testing – on-call service for after Urgent Care hours in Emergency Department
Non-DOT 5 panel and the DOT drug test panel consists of the following:
- Cocaine metabolites
- Marijuana metabolites
- Phycyclidine (PCP and "Angel Dust")
- Amphetamines, Methamphetamines ("Speed")
- Opiates (Codeine, Morphine, Heroin)
Non-DOT 10 panel test consists of the following:
- Cocaine metabolite
- Marijuana metabolite
We perform secondary testing on all positive urine specimens automatically at Medtox Lab. These results are reported to the Medical Review Officer (MRO). The MRO must contact the employee for standardized questions before reporting test results to the designated company contact. All positive substance abuse test results are reported according to the company protocol.