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223 Testing locations in Mississippi
Employers may require applicants to take a drug test as part of the employment application process. Applicants must be notified in writing if testing will be required. An employer may refuse to hire an applicant who tests positive or won’t take a drug test.
Employers in Mississippi must follow State laws for drug testing (Miss. Code Ann. § 71-7-21). Rule 53.2.1 In the State of Mississippi, every public and private employer who voluntarily implements a drug and alcohol testing policy and program, pursuant to the Act, shall do so in accordance with these regulations. Any person or entity who collects specimens for drug and alcohol testing, who conducts initial and/or confirmation tests, or who conducts retests on specimens after a positive confirmation test, pursuant to the Act, shall do so in accordance with these regulations.
Mississippi employers are not required to drug test employees. Drug testing may be required: • based on reasonable suspicion of drug use • as part of a routinely scheduled fitness-for-duty medical examination • as a follow up to a rehabilitation program, or • if an employee has tested positive within the past 12 months.
Drug testing may also be required on a neutral selection basis commonly known as random testing.
An employer may not discharge or take any adverse action against an employee on the basis of an initial positive test result that has not been verified by a confirmation test. The employer must inform the employee, in writing, within five days after receiving a positive confirmed test result. The employee has the right to request and receive a copy of the test result report. After receiving notice, the employee has ten working days to explain the positive test result.
Employers must give employees notice 30 days before implementing a testing program.
In Mississippi an illegal drug is defined as any substance, other than alcohol, having psychological and/or physiological effects on a human being and that is not a prescription or nonprescription medication, including controlled dangerous substances and controlled substance analogs or volatile substances which produce the psychological and/or physiological effects of a controlled dangerous substance through deliberate introduction into the body. Testing for drugs include: marijuana, cocaine, opiates, amphetamines, phencyclidine (PCP), alcohol and other controlled substances.
Employers who implement a drug and alcohol testing program pursuant to the Mississippi State law, shall contract with a laboratory to conduct confirmation tests on specimens which produce a positive result in testing for drugs or alcohol in the initial. A written drug free workplace policy is required.
With 2.99 million residents, Mississippi is 31st in U.S. state population, so it’s no surprise that the 10 biggest cities in Mississippi each have fewer than 200,000 people.
These are the 10 biggest cities in the primarily rural Magnolia State: Jackson, Gulfport, Hattiesburg, Southaven, Biloxi, Meridian, Tupelo, Greenville, Olive Branch and Horn Lake. US Drug Test Centers operates drug and alcohol testing facilities in all of these cities and in all areas of Mississippi.
Order drug testing today from US Drug Test Centers for court ordered drug tests, probation drug tests, pre-employment drug tests, DOT drug tests, Coast Guard drug tests and tests for divorce and child custody battles. Drug and alcohol testing is also available in Mississippi for EtG and hair follicle testing.
Testing options may vary on a site by site basis. Additional fees may apply depending on your location.
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