The 10-panel drug screen is one of the most popular drug tests administered by Transmetron. A 10-panel urinalysis screens for 10 different types of drugs; including several illegal drugs as well as prescription drugs. Our 10-panel drug test results are usually available in about eight minutes, which is great for businesses with a large workforce or law enforcement entities needing results quickly. We provide 10-panel drug screening at our lab as well as on-site, mobile testing.
During a 10-panel urinalysis screen, fresh urine is collected in a clear container. During the collection we maintain a controlled environment to reduce tampering with the urine specimen and false results. Rapid drug test panels are then dipped into the urine for 20 to 30 seconds.
Observed urine collection upon request
Transmetron tests for illegal drugs such as cocaine, angel dust, heroin, and marijuana. Because some legal prescription drugs can also become abused and dangerous for employees, we also test for those. Our 10-panel drug tests screens for drugs that usually fall into the following categories:
Employers, court systems, law enforcement agencies and schools periodically test individuals within their institution and under their watch and often use the 10-panel drug tests.
Workplace and law enforcement agencies have the greatest benefit from testing for drugs. Drug tests are crucial when used to determine if an employee was under the influence of drugs at the time of a workplace accident or injury. Employers may also use this test to screen potential employees for drug use to eliminate future accidents and increase workflow and productivity. Law enforcement officials and court systems often require a 10-panel drug test to monitor offenders who are on probation or enrolled in work release programs. If a positive test result occurs, an offender may be put in jail on a probation violation. Court programs involving child custody issues also utilize the 10-panel urinalysis screen often.
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