InOut Labs Questionnaire 2017-12-09T13:54:41+00:00




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  • Understand your needs better by completing this form. It helps us too! Thank you.

  • Please rate each of the following statements on a scale of 1 through 5 – 1 being not a problem for us (no impact), and 5 being a serious problem (big impact). NA = Not Applicable.

    Concerns and Questions about Drug & Alcohol Testing

    Every company has concerns, questions and doubts. Please share yours.

  • 2. Retrieving test results is awkward and takes too much effort and time.
  • 3. Turnaround time for results is too long and I don’t always know what’s going on.
  • 4. I don’t have time to keep up with regulatory changes, and I’m not sure my provider does either.
  • 5. I get frustrated when I cannot get prompt answers by phone or email.
  • 6. I’m not sure how I will break the news to my employees that we are implementing a drug testing program.
  • 7. I’m not sure my supervisors know how to behave if they suspect an employee is impaired by drugs or alcohol.
  • 8. I’m worried I may not pass a DOT Audit.
  • 9. I’m not sure I want to incur the cost of implementing a drug testing program.
  • 10. I’m concerned about privacy for my employees and their records, or that my data may not be secure.
  • 11. I’m concerned I may lose a contract or grant because I don’t have a compliant drug testing program in place.
  • 12. My plate is too full to worry about managing drug testing too.
  • 13. I really wish my provider would do the testing on site to reduce lost productivity.
  • 14. It is really inconvenient trying to arrange for testing for employees who work at night.
  • 15. We have concerns that employees who pass a pre-employment drug test may have prepared for it.
  • 16 We have concerns about the cost of workers comp claims due workers impaired by alcohol or drugs.
  • 17. We are concerned about the effect substance-abusing employees may have on their non-using co-workers.
  • 18. Injuries happen from time to time, and I’m concerned that substance abuse may play a role.