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  • How long is a Qualitative Mask Fit Test?
    The duration of a qualitative mask fit test can vary depending on several factors, including the specific method used, the complexity of the mask or respirator being tested, the individual’s experience with wearing masks, and the number of participants being tested. On average, a qualitative mask fit test typically takes around 15 to 20 minutes per individual.
  • What type of drug screening services are available?
    Urine, blood, hair and saliva drug test are available. A urine test is the most common method, whereas blood tests are more invasive and are often used in situations where recent drug use needs to be determined accurately. Hair tests can provide a longer detection window, sometimes spanning several months. Saliva tests are non-invasive and can detect recent drug use. They are often used in situations where immediate or recent drug use needs to be determined, such as roadside testing for impaired driving.
  • How long does it take to get fingerprinted?
    Ink fingerprinting is a manual process that involves the application of ink to an individual’s fingers and then rolling them onto a fingerprint card or paper to capture the unique ridge patterns. During the capture process, the individual’s fingers are first cleaned to remove any oils or debris that might interfere with the print quality. The fingers are then rolled onto the ink pad and subsequently rolled onto the fingerprint card. The process can be time-consuming, however, Simple Screening ATL makes this process seem effortless in only a few minutes!
  • What Does a DOT Drug Test For?
    Under DOT regulations, DOT drug tests must screen for the following substances to detect whether an applicant or employee has recently used some or more of them: Marijuana (THC) Phencyclidine (PCP) Amphetamines Opiates (heroin, hydrocodone, hydromorphone, oxycodone, and oxymorphone) Cocaine
  • Who's subject to random drug screening?
    Drivers with CDLs who work for FMCSA-regulated employers must undergo random drug screenings during the year. Owner-operators must complete random drug tests through a program involving two or more employees in a testing pool comprised of members of a consortium.
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