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drug Testings &  health screenings

Testings & Screenings

As an employer, you understand that the first step in building a healthy, productive and safe workforce is through testing and screening. Increasingly, companies are taking advantage of drug and alcohol testing and health screenings to promote a culture of wellness and manage costs more effectively. 

At Colorado Occupational Medical Partners (COMP), we provide numerous employee drug tests and screening services throughout Colorado Springs and Denver, including random drug testing and pre-employment drug testing that is in compliance with the Department of Transportation. All of our employee drug tests comply with state and federal regulations, including the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

As occupational health professionals, we can provide more than just drug testing. We also provide regulatory physicals, work injury care, rehabilitative therapy, and much more. If you are interested in our employer services, call or request an appointment online today. Our dedicated team of physicians and occupational therapists are happy to help you learn more about what we can provide for your company. 

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Testing & Screenings

Occupational Health Services 

Pre-Employment Testing 

Employee drug tests are a very important part of safety in the workplace. Impaired employees are a danger to themselves and others, which increases the risk of work-related injuries. At COMP, we want to help employers promote workplace safety throughout the Denver area by providing a wide range of drug testing options. 

We offer many different types of drug tests and screenings, including:

  • E-Screen 
  • Rapid 5 tests for: THC / COC / OPI / MET / PCP
  • Rapid 10 tests for: COC / THC / MOP / AMP / MET / BZO / MTD / OXY / BAR / TCA
  • Urine & Hair Drug Collections 
  • Breath Alcohol 
  • Stress Test

Workplace Health Screenings

Pre-Employment Screening

Pre-employment health screenings are critical not only for compliance, but also for educating employees and improving their overall health. Screenings are just one way for employers to ensure their staff that they are well taken care of, and to help them understand any health-related risk factors they may have. Moreover, a successful workplace wellness program can motivate employees to enact behavioral change and embrace healthier lifestyle practices. 

At COMP, we provide the following pre-employment health screenings:

  • PPD/TB 
  • PFT 
  • Audio 
  • Vision 
  • Blood Draws

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the advantages of an eScreen?

eScreen is a web-based drug screening solution that makes drug testing faster and easier for employers. All aspects of your screening can be viewed online. Some other benefits of the eScreen include:

  • Fast drug test results – Negative results ready in 15 minutes
  • Real-time status of candidates
  • Immediate notification for no-show donors or expired tests
  • Tracking of all employee drug screening
  • Management of both regulated and non-regulated testing
  • Built-in DOT compliance reports
  • Instant electronic reports and other statistical documents

Which drugs can be detected through urine and hair specimens?

Urine and hair testing can detect the following substances:

  • Amphetamines
  • Barbiturates
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Cocaine metabolites
  • Marijuana metabolites
  • Methadone
  • Methaqualone
  • MDA analogues
  • Opiates
  • Oxycodones
  • Phencyclidine
  • Propoxyphene

Why is stress testing important?

Stress testing is a highly effective yet low-risk way to determine the condition of one’s heart, and whether or not they are at risk of developing heart disease or other heart-related problems. If an employee is experiencing any possible symptoms of heart problems, a stress test is an important part of arriving at an accurate diagnosis.

What exactly is a breath alcohol test?

This is a chemical test of an individual’s breath to determine the amount of alcohol he or she has consumed. Breath alcohol tests show current levels of intoxication, however, it cannot measure past use.