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How long can drugs be detected in the body with a drug test?

Many variables may affect the amount of time that a drug remains detectable in the urine or other biological samples, including a drug's half-life, the subject's state of hydration and fluid balance, frequency of use, route of administration, cut-off concentration used by the testing lab to detect the drug, and many other variables. Each person and circumstance is different, and the best way to avoid detection of an abusable drug is to not use the drug.

General guidelines are available for detection times. Many drugs stay in the system from 2 to 4 days, although chronic use of marijuana can stay in the system for 3 to 4 weeks or even longer after the last use. Drugs with a long half-life, such as diazepam, may also stay in the system for a prolonged period of time. Drugs can be detected in hair samples up to six months, although urine samples are used for most workplace drug screening tests. Examples of drugs that can be detected in hair-testing include alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, and amphetamines.

Drug Class Street Name Prescription Brand Name Examples Detection Time in Urine
Amphetamine Stimulant speed Dexedrine, Benzedrine Up to 2 days
Barbiturates depressants / sedatives / hypnotics downers, barbs, reds Amytal, Fiorinal, Nembutal, Donna short-acting:  2 days
long-acting: 1-3 weeks
(based on half-life)
Benzodiazepines depressants / sedatives / hypnotics bennies Valium, Ativan, Xanax, Serax therapeutic dose: 3 days
chronic use: 4-6 weeks or longer
Cocaine (benzoyl ecgonine metabolite) Stimulant coke, crack, rock cocaine N/A Up to 4 days
Codeine Analgesic / Opiate N/A N/A 2 days
Ethyl alcohol, ethanol depressants / sedatives / hypnotics alcohol, liquor, beer, wine booze N/A urine: 2 to 12 hours
serum/plasma: 1 to 12 hours
Heroin Analgesic / Opiate smack, tar, chasing the tiger N/A 2 days
Marijuana, Can-
nabinoids
Hallucinogen pot, dope, weed, hash, hemp Marinol, Cesamet Single use: 2 to 7 days
Prolonged, chronic use: 1 to 2 months or longer
Methadone Analgesic / Opiate fizzies Dolophine 3 days
Methamphetamine Stimulant speed, ice, crystal, crank Desosyn, Methedrine Up to 2 days
Methaqualone depressants / sedatives / hypnotics ludes, disco bisquits, 714, lemmons Quaalude (off U.S. market) Up to 14 days
MDMA (methylenedioxy-
methamphetamine)
Stimulant ecstacy, XTC, ADAM, lover's speed N/A Up to 2 days
Morphine Analgesic / Opiate N/A Duramorph, Roxanol 2 days
Phencyclidine Hallucinogen PCP, angel dust N/A 8-14 days, but up to 30 days in chronic users
Propoxyphene Analgesic / Opiate N/A Darvocet, Darvon (all form of propoxyphene withdrawn from US market in November 2010) 6 hours to 2 days

*Note: This table should be used as a general guideline only. Many variables may affect the amount of time that a drug remains detectable in the urine or other biological samples, including a drug's half-life, the subject's state of hydration and fluid balance, frequency of use, route of administration, cut-off concentration used by the testing lab to detect the drug, or other variables.

How long does it take get workplace drug testing results?

Results from workplace drug testing are fairly quick and can usually be received in a few days. An employer may also request to have the test done with a rapid test that can provide results on the same day. Negative results are usually received within 24 hours; however, a positive screen will require further testing that may take a few days up to one week. If the initial screen is negative, a medical review officer (MRO) will contact the employer with the results. If a positive result occurs, a MRO will contact the applicant for further questioning. It is important to notify the laboratory or MRO of any medications currently in use, including prescription, over-the-counter or herbal medications. The applicant may have to provide proof of a valid prescription for prescription medications.

What are the chances that a workplace drug test will result in a false positive or a false negative?

A concern for anyone undergoing drug testing is the possibility of a false positive result. Initial screening drugs tests may infrequently result in false positive results, although confirmatory (GC-MS) testing greatly lessens the chances of a false positive - reducing the risk to close to zero.4

It is important that a person undergoing drug testing complete an accurate history of all prescription, OTC, and herbal drug use prior to the time of the sample collection. Certain substances, over-the-counter (OTC) or prescription drugs may result in false positives due to cross-reactivity with other substances, although many assays have been reformulated to avoid these possibilities. For example, poppy seeds and dextromethorphan have been reported to lead to a false positive result for opiates, and decongestants (ephedrine) have been implicated in causing false positives for amphetamines. The body metabolizes codeine to morphine and both substances may be found upon testing. On the other hand, if benzoylecgonine, the main metabolite of cocaine is detected, the subject cannot claim that the result is a false positive due to Novocaine administration, or any other "-canine" drug. Benzoylecgonine is only found in nature as a metabolite of cocaine, and there would no other valid reason for it to be present in a drug screen.4 As previously mentioned, confirmatory testing with GC-MS will identify individual drugs or metabolites in a sample, and almost eliminate the chance for a false positive result.

Other abnormalities in the urine screen may indicate that results may be a false negative or that there was deliberate adulteration of the sample. For example, a low creatinine lab value can indicate that a urine sample was tampered with - either the subject diluted their urine by consuming excessive water just prior to testing, or water was added to the urine sample. Creatinine levels are often used in conjunction with specific gravity to determine if samples have been diluted. To help avoid this problem, the testing lab may color the water in their toilet blue to prevent the sample being diluted with water from the toilet.

Subjects may also attempt to add certain enzymes to the urine sample to affect stability, but this often changes the pH, which is also tested. The argument of inhalation of "passive" smoke from being in a room with people smoking marijuana is not valid, as the cut-off concentrations for lab analysis are set well above that which might occur for passive inhalation. All of these variables, and others, are looked at in the lab analysis, keeping one step ahead of those that attempt to foil drug tests.

In some labs, patients who receive a positive result may have the option to pay for an independent retest of the urine sample that was originally submitted. A new urine sample is not allowed for the retest as the drug in question may have been excreted from the body by that time.

The results of drug testing should remain confidential and kept separate from the regular employee work file.


U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Drug & Alcohol Supervisor Training Guidance

Have you ever received a notice stating the following? 

“Your Company is out of compliance.”
“Don’t fail your DOT audit!”  

"You are subject to a civil penalty up to $10,000 for being out of compliance.”

More than likely the letter you received was sent from a private company that is aggressively marketing supervisor training to motor carriers. 

Neither FMCSA nor any other agency within the U.S. DOT is affiliated with or endorses the services offered by these companies.  

FMCSA is monitoring the marketing of training services by private entities, and is taking steps to ensure that these companies are not representing themselves as affiliated with or endorsed by FMCSA. 

What You Need to Know:
•49 CFR 382.603 is the applicable regulation requiring supervisors of commercial motor vehicle drivers who operate vehicles that require a commercial driver license to take 60 minutes of training on the symptoms of alcohol abuse and another 60 minutes of training on the symptoms of controlled substances use (120 minutes in total). The purpose of this training is to teach supervisors to identify circumstances and indicators that may create reasonable suspicion that a driver is using or under the influence of alcohol or drugs, supporting referral of an employee for testing. 
•If you operate vehicles that require a CDL on the public roads and you have more than one employee in the company, you are required to get DOT Supervisor Training. To verify if you are subject to the drug and alcohol regulations, please visit http://www.dot.gov/odapc/am-i-covered

•Owner-operators are not subject to DOT supervisor training. However, you are still required to register with a consortium for DOT drug and alcohol testing.

•Employers need to ensure that the required content is made available to all persons designated to supervise drivers. Information can be found at http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/regulations/drug-alcohol-testing/what-are-my-employee-and-supervisor-training-responsibilities

•There is no requirement you go through the company that sent you a solicitation. Below are a few suggestions on how you can get all of your employees designated to supervise CDL drivers trained.◦The Federal Transit Administration provides a reasonable suspicion training video at http://transit-safety.volpe.dot.gov/DrugAndAlcohol/Tools/ReasonableSuspicion.aspx
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◦For more information on drug and alcohol regulations http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/regulations/drug-alcohol-testing/overview-drug-and-alcohol-rules


DOT Drug & Alcohol Supervisor Training Guidance Flow Chart

Do you have a CDL and operate an interstate or/and intrastate business on public roads?
•If yes, are you in a DOT Drug and Alcohol Program? 
•If no then this chart does not pertain to you.

Are you in a DOT Drug and Alcohol Program?
•If yes, are you an owner-operator?
•If no, owner-operators and motor carriers that have only one CDL driver must join a consortium. If the motor carrier has more than one driver they may join a consortium, but they must get their drivers in a DOT Drug and Alcohol Program. To learn more click here: http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/regulations/drug-alcohol-testing/what-are-conso...

Are you an owner-operator?
•If yes, if you are an owner-operator and you have already enrolled in a DOT Drug and Alcohol Program then you do not need the DOT Supervisor Training. 
•If no, are you a supervisor?

Are you a supervisor?
•If yes, have you ever taken the DOT Supervisor Training at your current job?
•If no, if you are not a supervisor, then you do not need the DOT Supervisor Training.

Have you ever taken the DOT Supervisor Training at your current job?
•If yes, you are not required to take the DOT Supervisor Training. However, if the trained supervisor leaves the company then the new supervisor must get the required DOT Supervisor Training. 
•If no, you must take the DOT Supervisor Training. Go here for more information: http://transit-safety.volpe.dot.gov/DrugAndAlcohol/Tools/ReasonableSuspicion.aspx  








































































































































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