Naperville, Illinois Drug Testing
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About Naperville, Illinois
Naperville is a city in Illinois located in both DuPage and Will counties. The city has a population of over over 144,000. Some of the cities in the Naperville area are Lisle, Milton, and Winfield in DuPage County, and DuPage and Wheatland in Will County.
Edward Hospital, Nicor, and Alcatel-Lucent are Naperville’s top employers. The city is also a part of the Illinois Technology and Research Corridor. There are many corporate headquarters based in Naperville related to these industries. ConAgra and Kraft Foods also have facilities in the city.
There are three public libraries in the city. The Naperville Public Library ranked number one in the U.S. for a decade. The libraries are a combined 168,300 square feet. The three libraries server one and a half million visitors yearly and have an annual circulation of about five million items.
Facts about Naperville
- Naperville is home of the Naperville Independent Film Festival, an annual film festival which features the work of independent filmmakers.
- On April 26, 1946, Naperville was the site of one of the worst train disasters in Chicago history.
- In July 1831, Joseph Naper arrived at the west bank of the DuPage River with his family and friends to found what would be known as Naper's Settlement.
- The Naperville Park District manages over 2,400 acres of open space, including over 130 parks and four sports complexes.
SAMHSA Report for Illinois.
Reports published by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration estimate that there are 820,000 people over the age of 12 who are dependent or abuse illicit drugs or alcohol in Illinois. Though Naperville is nowhere near epidemic levels, drug testing and drug free workplace programs help to directly address substance abuse issues in a community.
Consortium and Random Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs in Naperville
Consortium drug testing programs are random drug testing pools which consist of multiple companies. Random drug testing programs are required for employers regulated by the United Stated Department of Transportation (DOT). If you are enrolled in a consortium, all of the regulated employees in your company are eligible for selection for random drug and alcohol testing. Your company is considered in compliance with regulations once the consortium reaches the required testing percentages. This option is perfect for owner-operators.
Stand Alone Random Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs in Naperville
Often companies with over 12 employees will opt for a stand alone program. This is a random testing pool from a single company. Random drug and alcohol testing programs are available for bus companies, private fleets, and for-hire carriers. 25% of your company’s drivers must be tested for drugs annually and 10% of your drivers must be tested for alcohol.
DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing Program Compliance in Naperville
There are many specific components a company must have in place in order to be compliant with DOT regulations. US Drug Test Centers can guarantee your company will be in compliance by assisting in the creation of the follow documents, policies, and procedures:
- Designated Employer Representative (DER)
- Written Policy
- Regulations on file
- Pre-employment Testing
- Random, Post-Accident, Reasonable Suspicion, Return to Duty and Follow-up Testing
- Employee Education
- Supervisor Training
- Previous Employer Checks
- Removal of employees from safety sensitive positions when positive or refusal to test
- Substance Abuse Professional
Naperville’s Most Accurate Drug or Alcohol Testing
How do I know if the test is accurate? All of US Drug Test Centers' specimens go to a SAMHSA certified laboratory for testing. SAMHSA has an active advisory board that keeps its employees and administrators abreast of current and changing laws when it comes to drug testing. There are Mandatory Guidelines for Federal Workplace Drug Testing Programs that must carry consistencies throughout every agency and company that SAMHSA laboratories supplies. The advisory board has professionals that are uniquely qualified in their respective fields to review scientific evidence in the area of drug and alcohol treatment and testing practices.
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