Drug Testing Services
Alliance 2020 offers a full range of drug screening services to employers in the Seattle area and across the nation. This includes drug testing for pre-employment, random, reasonable suspicion/cause, post-accident, return to duty, or promotion.
Our capabilities include urine drug testing, hair follicle testing, and certified evidential breath testing (EBT).
Our services can be structured to meet Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Title 49 (49CFR) Part 382, or other specific criteria. We also offer third-party administration (TPA) services for DOT regulated companies, including random selection programs that fully comply with CFR 49 Part 40.
Drug testing in our Renton office runs from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm M-F.
Drug Testing Solutions for DOT and non-DOT Regulated Companies
For DOT regulated companies, we provide 5-panel urine drug testing that screens for the presence of the following drugs:
- Marijuana (THC)
- Phencyclidine (PCP)
For non-DOT regulated companies, there are a wide variety of options available, including:
- Urine, saliva and hair drug testing
- 10-panel drug testing (ideal for healthcare professionals)
- Nicotine drug testing
- Alcohol testing, including ETG (for social services or justice purposes)
- Custom drug testing panels (from 4-panel to 12-panel)
Why Alliance 2020
Medical Review Services
Testing & Results
Understanding Lab Testing
Employment-related laboratory testing ensures that collection devices, collection and sample transportation protocols, laboratory procedures, sample validation techniques and analyses are consistent with those established by Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Department of Transportation (DOT).
Backed up with independent Medical Review Officer (MRO) services performed on behalf of the employer, laboratory drug testing provides results that can be trusted by donors and employers alike, and are an essential part of a quality drug-free workplace program.
Types of Testing
Alliance 2020 offers employers and individuals the following collection methods:
- Urine Testing (most commonly used testing method)
- Hair Testing (method with the longest detection window)
- Saliva Testing (most convenient, least obtrusive method)