On March 14, Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Still signed into law the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana and Patient Protect Act. Better known as the medical marijuana “Unity Bill,” the law adds regulatory clarity to the state’s medical marijuana law, specifically as it relates to Oklahoma employers.
For many years drug testing was a paper driven industry, resulting in slow, inaccurate and inefficient processes. Over the past few years, drug testing has begun transitioning to electronic Custody and Control Forms (eCCF), making drug testing easier for both employers and donors.
Often times mistakes happen at collection sites because tests are not ordered in TEAM’s system and the donor doesn’t have proper paperwork. In order to reduce collection site errors, TEAM encourages all clients to order tests in the system.
Last year, the Department of Transportation issued a final rule that expanded the DOT drug testing panel to include four semi-synthetic opioids. The rule became effective Jan. 1, 2018, and was an effort by the DOT to address the national opioid crisis. Since the final rule was issued, several operators have made changes to their contractor panel requirements in order …
As published in the 2016 National Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI), more than five thousand workers died from work-related injuries in the U.S. in 2016. This is a 7% increase from 2015 and the highest annual figure since 2008.