These VP’s Absorb Extra Cost To Use Psychemedics. Why?

The Department of Transportation (DOT) requires that all trucking firms conduct regular drug testing using urine. Safety Executives, like these from KLLM Transport Services, Maverick USA, and US Xpress are committed to safer roadways and drug-free fleets. And they know that a drug-free fleet starts with hiring drug-free drivers. They are going above and beyond … Read more

How Much More Effective Is Psychemedics Than Urine Testing?

Part 2 of the "In Safety There Are No Secrets" panel discussion. Recently, three Vice Presidents of Safety from the trucking industry shared their insights---and their data---on the compelling advantages Psychemedics brings them over the urine testing required by the Department of Transportation. These senior executives are absorbing the additional costs of Psychemedics on top ... Read more

Does Effective Drug Testing Hamper Recruiters?

Part 3 of the "In Safety There Are No Secrets" panel discussion. Psychemedics has the best detection rate and more effectively identifies drug users than any method or laboratory in the world. And that is great news for companies who want to create and sustain drug-free workplaces. But within those companies, there is one group ... Read more

How Is The Trucking Industry Driving Toward Drug-Free Cabs?

Part 4 of the "In Safety There Are No Secrets" panel discussion. While KLLM, Maverick USA and US Xpress are among a growing group of trucking firms augmenting the Department of Transportation mandated urine-based drug screens with Psychemedics hair drug testing, there is still an industry-wide issue with impaired drivers. Recently, the Federal Motor Carrier ... Read more

“In Safety There Are No Secrets” Q&A

After a data and insights-rich panel discussion, three VP’s of Safety answer questions about their drug testing programs and why they have added hair to required urine drug testing. The financial benefits of Psychemedics hair testing are also explained in this session.