Pre Employment Drug Screens

Choose Between Electronic Chain or Traditional Drug Screens


  1. Traditional – Paper Chain of Custody
    Your applicants can complete pre employment drug screens at absolutely any collection site in the entire United States. Features of traditional pre employment drug screens include:

    • over 11,000 collection sites
    • instant multi-panel tests
    • lab-confirmed multi panel tests
    • your choice of local clinic
    • streamlined integration with our background check software
    • access to all your applicant’s records at a click of a mouse
    • results are MRO certified and DOT Compliant
  2. Electronic – Chain of Custody
    Drug Screens

    This screening process allows your applicant to test at any approved site across the United States (4000+ sites).  Our extensive network of testing sites include facilities from:

    • Quest
    • LabCorp
    • Concentra
    • Med Tox

    We provide an Electronic Donor Pass to the applicant by email. The applicant then takes this pass to the site near her. The testing facility, which has been electronically alerted, then collects the sample and provides you with notification of the results. This is a must-have tool for scheduling testing on applicants who are not in close proximity to the job opportunity.

Available Pre Employment Drug Screens Include:

  • 5 to 10 drug testing panels
  • Department of Transportation (DOT) testing
  • Urine, saliva, or hair screens sample testing
  • Instant collection cup tests
  • Physical Examinations
  • Vaccines and Immunizations

Recent Posts

What is the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor?

One of the most commonly asked questions by human resources departments regarding background checks is how to determine which crimes are the most serious. Criminal records found on a background check should be weighed by the particular job position being filled, but the courts do have some general classifications of guidance.  A criminal record may show that someone has either a misdemeanor or a felony and it’s important to know the difference.

 Generally, those who receive sentences for misdemeanors spend a year or less in a local or county jail. Felonies are the more serious of the offenses, resulting in greater sentencing of more than a year in prison or the death penalty.


Examples of Misdemeanors:                                     Examples of Felonies:
Petty Theft                                                                     Burglary
Simple Assault                                                               Aggravated Assault/ Rape
Domestic Violence                                                         Murder/Manslaughter
Indecent Exposure                                                         Arson
Minor Drug Offenses                                                      Drug Distribution
Prostitution                                                                     Fraud

Over the past 20 years CompuFACT has been providing our costumers with cutting edge, innovative products, competitive prices and exceptional costumer service.We offer Criminal and Driving Records, Social Security Checks and Healthcare Reports, along with several other Background Checks. Our criminal records include county, statewide and federal reports, all of which include felony and misdemeanor records. In an effort to continually provide excellent costumer service, CompuFACT will get to know your business personally to help create personalized services.




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