Workplace testing for drug use comes in many different forms.
Most companies will rely on urine testing as a means of catching out drug use over the previous 72 hour period. This option has its pros and cons and is not the only method available to companies.
Saliva testing methods are improving and are increasingly seen as one of the best ways to determine recent drug use.
This is particularly the case when combating the use of … Read the rest
Synthetic drugs come in many forms and packaging. The chemical manufacturers are always looking for new ways to create a desirable high for paying customers and circumvent the Federal Law and DEA.
These products are small packets of plant-based materials that … Read the rest
A new law on the use of medicinal marijuana came into effect in Ohio in September this year. Many advocates against Responsible Ohio and users of the therapeutic option should have been eagerly awaiting its arrival. Instead, many users and doctors were left confuse about the nature of the bill right up until the last minute. Even Ohio police forces were a little unsure of the law and its regulations.
The problem is simple. The law was … Read the rest
Workplace drug testing is an issue that companies cannot take lightly.
Many US states give big businesses the chance to ensure that they have a professional, drug-free environment.
To protect employees from unfair false positives and to protect companies from people who know how to cheat drug tests, it is important that companies use only the best drug testing methods and the most professional test labs.
There is some debate with drug tests over the correct … Read the rest
In July 2016, more than thirty people were taken to hospital in Brooklyn after suspected drug overdoses. The drugs in question were not high level controlled substances like amphetamines or barbiturates, but a synthetic form of the drug.
They were suspected to have overdosed on a product called Spice.
Spice, otherwise known as a synthetic cannabis, is a big problem in the drug culture, especially in the youth market.
On November 3rd, 2015, the Responsible Ohio Marijuana Legalization Initiative was defeated by a vote of 63.65% against to 36.35% in favor. The title of the ballot was the issue for many. It read “grants a monopoly for the commercial production and sale of marijuana for recreational and medicinal purposes.” The word monopoly was the stumbling block for many voters.
These that voted for the Responsible Ohio measure were voting for the legalization of the limited … Read the rest
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