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PSYCHEMEDICS CORPORATION WELCOMES DREW REYNOLDS TO ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND ANNOUNCES THE RETIREMENT OF HARRY CONNICK FROM HIS DIRECTOR ROLE

Acton, Massachusetts, March 22, 2022 – Psychemedics Corporation (NASDAQ:PMD), the world’s largest provider of hair testing for drugs of abuse, is pleased to welcome Andrew “Drew” M. Reynolds to the Psychemedics Board of Directors effective April 4th,2022.  Mr. Reynolds will also serve as a member of the Audit, Compensation, and Nominating and Governance Committees. Mr. ... Read more

We are the hair testing Pioneer & Leader

WE ARE THE HAIR TESTING PIONEER & LEADER Psychemedics Corporation is the world’s leading drug testing company using hair. Psychemedics’ patented hair analysis technology is trusted by Fortune 500 companies, police forces, courts, schools and parents all over the world. > ABOUT PSYCHEMEDICS Psychemedics was established in 1987 to provide testing for drugs of abuse ... Read more

Driving Toward the Drug-Free Cab

Driving Toward the Drug-Free Cab For 50 years KLLM has been transporting perishable commodities throughout the country. Initially a truck brokerage, the company began its own fleet of equipment in 1967. Today the company is among the top three refrigerated carriers and offers OTR, Regional and Dedicated services to a major portion of 48 states ... Read more

PMD vs Urine

WOULD YOU RISK NOT MEDIATING AN AVOIDABLE WORKPLACE THREAT? Why did you start drug testing in the first place? We bet it is because you know that a habitual drug user brings risks to work every day. Psychemedics is trusted by the most recognized names in business to keep those risks outside their workplaces. > ... Read more

Psychemedics + Urine Testing?

Psychemedics + Urine Testing? More trucking firms are adding Psychemedics to drug testing protocols. Here is why. In 2005, J.B. Hunt extended their DOT-mandated urine testing program to include a Psychemedics hair test. Their logic was simple. Hunt felt a urine test was too easy to cheat and they needed to tighten their process to ... Read more

Why Does Cost-Per-Positive Matter?

Why Does Cost-Per-Positive Matter? Because it is an Objective-Based Measurement of the drug testing investment. > Know your objectives to calculate your costs. Especially through the past two years the need to protect a business from substance abuse has been amplified. In the midst of a pandemic, an epidemic has raged---and largely remained a second-page ... Read more

CDC and DEA find a growing epidemic inside the pandemic

Drug overdoses and a shifted landscape create new and urgent challenges For anyone who, like me, is a bit of a data geek---we have reasons to be concerned about the drugs-of-abuse landscape. The most recently released CDC and DEA data paints a picture of an epidemic that not only persists but is growing in scale ... Read more

PMD vs Urine

WOULD YOU RISK NOT MEDIATING AN AVOIDABLE WORKPLACE THREAT? Why did you start drug testing in the first place? We bet it is because you know that a habitual drug user brings risks to work every day. Psychemedics is trusted by the most recognized names in business to keep those risks outside their workplaces. > ... Read more

Will your testing program find the “Invisible Opioid”?

Will your testing program find the "Invisible Opioid"? If you only use a 5-panel drug test, you won't see danger hiding in plain sight.  > Introduction 2021 is a year to gaze into our drug-testing crystal ball. As the pandemic began to gather momentum in early 2020, with a population largely isolated and out of ... Read more

Drug Policy Webinar

DRUG TESTING POLICYThe Ins and Outs for Changing Times If you have drug testing policy questions, you have come to the right place. About This Session. Changing drug laws, a new administration, a dynamic and evolving drugs-of-abuse landscape and generational change in the makeup of our workforce have brought drug testing policy to the front ... Read more