Getting the Most Out of Drug Testing: Stop Drug Test Cheaters!

It has become an institution in American workplaces. Millions of dollars are spent each year on it. New technologies are being introduced regularly. It is having a significant impact on workplace safety. All of this could describe the practice of workplace drug testing… but it also describes the practice of drug test cheating. There are approximately 50 million drug tests conducted annually and it is safe to say that millions of attempts are made every year to cheat on a drug test. And judging by the availability of products and services claiming to help would-be cheaters succeed there’s no end in sight. The good news is that there are many things employers and others can do to proactively reduce and even prevent diluting, substituting or adulterating of drug test specimens.

Attendees of this webinar will learn the latest and most common drug test cheating methods and what they can do prevent such efforts from being successful. Attendees will also learn about alternative testing methods that make it nearly impossible for applicants and employees to get away with adulterating a drug test, including the latest information on oral fluid drug testing. Finally, a brief overview of applicable legal considerations will help attendees understand how to put the law to work to protect the integrity of their drug testing programs.

: December 9, 2010
TIME: 2:00PM EST / 11:00AM PST

William F. Current, President and founder of WFC & Associates, a national firm based in Florida specializing in drug testing issues.

Mr. Current is the former Executive Director of the American Council for Drug Education and Director of the Institute for a Drug-Free Workplace. He served as Vice President of Consulting for a national third-party administrator of drug testing and background screening services. He founded WFC & Associates in 1999. He is the author or co-author of 10 books on substance abuse issues. One of his most popular titles is available from WFC & Associates: Why Drug Testing? Mr. Current is the author of the “Annual Report on Drug Testing Industry Trends.”

Duration: 1 Hour