Inexpensive, easy drug screening for employers, parents
Drug use has become quite a topic for concern in the work force; hence, many professional companies have decided to mandate drug screening tests for their new employees before they start their new job at the company. Drug screening, or drug testing, is usually done at off of the work site, and is usually done be a medical professional at a specialized test screening facility. Sometimes drug screening can be done on a home test card and results can be gathered at the testing location; however, they tend to not be very accurate, turning out more positive results than negative results. Because there is such a digression in accuracy of these at home drug screening tests, a drug screening test is usually sent to a lab where the test sample goes through a gas chromatography/mass spectrometry process, or GCMS; or the drug screening test undergoes a liquid chronography or immunoassay analysis test. Drug screening, which is tested with these last three products, is much more accurate and credible than the home screening testing products.
While an ideal world would consist of no cheaters, the results of a drug screening process would be accurate, however, it is commonly known that urine sample substitution and other forms of adulterations do frequently occur. In fact, as mandatory regulations of drug screening tests become more common, people have started to make professions out of creating products that help unworthy people pass their drug screening tests. While this is not ethical, many people choose to try and outsmart the testing facilities by taking these alternative products.
While some people been able to cheat their way through a urine drug screening, the testing process has helped many many employers hire more credible people at their companies and not worry about drug problems arising within their company's walls.
Disclaimer: Cliff Schaffer does not personally endorse or support any of the comments made within the writings of this article.