New State Law Helps Employers Increase Productivity, Safety and Profits

September 24, 2011

Employers here in Oklahoma have an opportunity to use a new State law to their advantage. The most common reason that companies adopt drug testing is to reduce workplace accidents related to drug use. Using drugs, whether on or off the job, increases the likelihood that employees will have a job accident. This law can help create a safer workplace while saving money for the employer. On May 9, 2011, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signed... Read More »

Entrepreneurs Franchise for Healthy Workplace

September 7, 2011

A drug-free environment makes for a productive and profitable environment. With that in mind Houma entrepreneur Larry Liner and his part-time business partner Kristen Boje have opened a franchise with USA Mobile Drug Testing. Boje has a background in sales and Liner has independent business experience. As franchise owners they wanted to get into a field that offered them an opportunity to help other business. They contend they found that niche when they launched their... Read More »

USA Mobile Drug Testing Brings Workplace Drug Testing to Corporate America’s Doorstep

September 7, 2011

USA Mobile Drug Testing knows time is money, which is why the company is bringing workplace drug testing to businesses nationwide. The rapidly growing franchisor has sold 39 franchises in 81 markets across the country since September 2010 and expects to surpass 100 by the end of 2011. “We are the first 100 percent mobile drug testing franchise company with a national footprint,” says Jeffrey Sardisco, COO of USA Mobile Drug Testing (USAMDT). “Our certified... Read More »

Louisiana Joins the Franchise Frenzy

August 29, 2011

Larry Liner and Kristen Boje partnered with USA Mobile Drug Testing to bring substance abuse prevention to Southeast Louisiana. Both Boje and Liner have a background in sales and wanted to get into a field that allowed them help other companies. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, 8.2% of full-time employees, ages 18-64 have used illicit drugs in the past month and 8.8% have used alcohol heavily in the past month. Liner... Read More »

New DOT Rules – Effective Oct. 1, 2010

October 1, 2010

DOT has published a final rule effective October 1, 2010. Please download the complete rulings here. The Department is required by the Omnibus Transportation Employees Testing Act (Omnibus Act) to follow the HHS requirements for the testing procedures/protocols and drugs for which we test. Primary laboratory requirements in this final rule include: Testing for MDMA (aka. Ecstasy); Lowering cutoff levels for cocaine and amphetamines; Conducting mandatory initial testing for heroin; The Department brought several testing... Read More »