Utah Drug Testing
Our testing locations do not accept payment and require a drug test order form at the time of testing. Please click the "Order a Test" button to order your test. Once your order has been processed, your drug test order form will be emailed to you.
Utah is no stranger to natural beauty with national parks like Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches and Canyon lands all residing in its back yard. It is home to some of the fastest developing cities in the nation and over 3 million residents. Utah is also home to some of the worst heroin problems in the nation. With heroin overdoses tripling since 2007 making Utah the 7th highest for overdoses in the nation, and nearly 600 opioid related deaths a year, the community of Utah has been plunged into an epidemic. Heroin has been the main problem in Utah until recently when synthetic opioids like fentanyl taking the leading stage. Prescription drugs also pose a huge threat to Utah as the number of deaths from opioid prescriptions has increased by 400% since 2000.
US Drug Test Centers have over 140 locations throughout Utah. From northern Logan, with 4 locations, to St. George in the south with a location behind the Dixie Regional Medical Center off River Road, we are guaranteed to be near you. The state capital Salt Lake City has 28 locations (zip codes 84115, 84111, 84101, 84117, 84119, 84102, 84124, 84123, 84150, 84120, and 84104) including one 2 minutes from the University of Utah and 6 minutes from Temple Square. If you are planning a trip to one of the many national parks and need a test before or after we are also located in Cedar City on the way to Dixie National Forest and Duck Creek, and Panguitch if you’re heading further to Bryce Canyon. Other cities with locations include Park City (2), Milford (2), Kanab (2) and Bountiful (5).
With so many drug related problems affecting the state of Utah it is important for the citizens to know where to find help with their drug and alcohol testing needs. US Drug Test Centers have information regarding online drug testing on our website or if you’d like to speak to a representative about different types of test call us today at 1-866-566-0261.
148 Testing locations in Utah
The state of Utah is the 13th-largest, the 33rd-most populous, and the 10th-least-densely populated of the 50 United States. Utah has a population of about 2.9 million, approximately 80% of whom live along the Wasatch Front, centering on Salt Lake City. Utah is bordered by Colorado to the east, Wyoming to the northeast, Idaho to the north, Arizona to the south, and Nevada to the west. It also touches a corner of New Mexico in the southeast. The Wasatch Front has 4 counties Salt Lake, Utah, Davis, and Weber.
Drug testing panels available in Utah include:
• Five Panel: Cocaine, Marijuana (THC, cannabinoids), Phencyclidine (PCP – angel dust), Amphetamines (including methamphetamines, also known as crystal meth), Opiates (including heroin, codeine and morphine). • Nine Panel: Cocaine, Marijuana (THC, cannabinoids), Phencyclidine (PCP – angel dust), Amphetamines (including methamphetamines, also known as crystal meth), Opiates (including heroin, codeine and morphine), Benzodiazepines (such as Xanax), Barbiturates, Methadone, and Propoxyphene • Ten Panel: Cocaine, Marijuana (THC, cannabinoids), Phencyclidine (PCP – angel dust), Amphetamines (including methamphetamines, also known as crystal meth), Opiates (including heroin, codeine and morphine), Benzodiazepines (such as Xanax), Barbiturates, Methadone, Propoxyphene, Methaqualone (Quaaludes). • Ten Panel with Expanded Opiates: Cocaine, Marijuana (THC, cannabinoids), Phencyclidine (PCP – angel dust), Amphetamines (including methamphetamines, also known as crystal meth), Opiates (including heroin, codeine, morphine, hydrocodone, hydromorphone, Oxycodone), Benzodiazepines (such as Xanax), Barbiturates, Methadone, Propoxyphene, Methaqualone (Quaaludes).
Employers in Utah may set up drug testing programs for the workplace. Utah employers may require applicants to take a drug test as a condition of employment, as long as employers and management also submit to periodic testing. Testing may be conducted only according to the employer’s written policy, which must be available for review by prospective employees. Employers may require testing for these reasons: • to investigate possible individual employee impairment • to investigate an accident or theft • to maintain employee or public safety • to ensure productivity, quality of products or services, or security, and • as part of a rehabilitation, treatment, or counseling program in which the employee is participating as a condition of continuing employment after a positive drug test.
The employer must have a written drug test policy that has been distributed to employees. Testing must occur during or immediately after the employee’s regular work schedule. An employer may take action against an employee if the employee refuses to be tested or fails the test. (A failed test is a confirmed positive result for drugs, an adulterated sample, or a substituted sample.)
A robust web-based platform is available for employers to manage drug testing programs with certified Medical Review Officers (MRO’s). This program allows for electronic ordering of drug testing and random drug testing management for DOT and non DOT programs. DOT consortium drug testing programs are also available. Employers in Utah implementing comprehensive drug testing programs have an opportunity to potentiality deny unemployment claims and workers compensation insurance claims based on employees testing positive for illegal drugs.
Drug testing, hair follicle testing and alcohol testing are available in all areas of Utah. DOT programs for trucking companies can be set up right away. Owner operators or self-employed drivers can call today and get service today and enrolled into our DOT drug testing consortium for Utah. Call US Drug Test Centers today at 866-566-0261 today!
Testing options may vary on a site by site basis. Additional fees may apply depending on your location.
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