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IEBT provides on-site/mobile
services at your company locations or anywhere you
need it. IEBT provides on-site/mobile
collectors nationwide 24 hours a day, every
day. All collectors are certified in
compliance with Department of Transportation (DOT)
regulations (49 CFR Part 40) and trained to collect
urine specimens, hair specimens, oral fluid specimens
and conduct breath and saliva alcohol tests.
Services are great for:
provides more than just on-site collections.
Our on-site services include:
Breath or Saliva Alcohol Testing
Employee and Supervisor Training
Test Form Generated
Results Reported Online
Results Available Within
Company Access Via Web
will coordinate with your company representative and
the designated on-site/mobile technician to accomodate
the date and time of your event(s) and anticipated
number of tests.
cost involved in sending your employees to a clinic or
facility can cost you from 50% to 325% of your
employees wages in lost time and productivity.
And that's assuming they can be seen within 10 minutes
of their arrival at the clinic. Many employees
can be gone from work as long as 3-1/2 hours
(based on federal guidelines for shy bladder
provide as many or as few of the available services that
your company needs. We structure a program to each
company's unique needs or requirements. IEBT
manages the "red-tape" of government mandated and
Analysis of Needs
In Service Training
SAMHSA Certified Laboratory
Employee Assistance Program
Medical Review Officers
Substance Abuse Professional
|New trends in
the Worker's Comp Industry reward public and private
companies that conduct drug and alcohol testing. Many
states have premium discount programs. Check here to see
if your state offers a discount for belonging to a
Drug-Free Workplace Program.
Alert -- WEST VIRGINIA COMPANIES If
youR COMPANY contracts with the state of West
Virginia, YOU ARE REQUIRED AS OF JULY 1, 2008 TO
HAVE A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE!!!
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provides alcohol testing and administration under two
classifications: regulated and non-regulated.
Breath Alcohol Technicians are certified as required by
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), specifically 49 CFR
Part 40. The code only allows for testing through the
use of approved screening devices (ASD) and Evidential
Breath Testing Devices (EBT). All devices must be
approved by the National Highway Traffic and Safety
IEBT also provides certified training for BAT
and ASD technicians and instructors.
|The number of
companies testing their employees for drug and alcohol
use has drastically increased over the last
decade. This is due largely to the success of drug
testing in federally regulated companies, such as
airlines, railroads, and the trucking industry.
Once a company understands the tremendous positive
impact drug testing has on its profits, it takes very
little time to decide on initiating a drug free
1988, IEBT has established a nationwide
mobile-on-site and clinic testing network, and has
been instrumental in setting the standard for drug
testing administration in both regulated and
specializes in on-site testing and covers special
needs agendas with a nationwide affiliated clinic
network, no matter how large or small your company.
technicians cover all need based aspects of testing
including urine, hair, oral fluids, and sweat patch
IEBT technicians are
certified in all categories of testing including
Pre-employment, Post-accident, Reasonable Suspicion,
Random testing and more.
provides drug and alcohol training, and education
services throughout the country. IEBT's Drug and
Alcohol in the Workplace Training Program guides
employers and employees in the right direction for
long-term control and elimination of drug and alcohol
Employee training provides employees with a firm
understanding of your company's drug and alcohol
policy. It includes the effects of drugs and
alcohol, consequences of violating your company's
policy, and treatment options.
Supervisor training will allow your managers and
supervisors to increase their ability to maintain
safety and efficiency on the job. Supervisors
are trained to recognize the actual drugs,
incidentals, paraphernalia, signs of use and methods
of drug sales in the workplace. Additionally,
the supervisors will be trained to properly observe
violations, obtain second opinions, and properly
The training is mandatory for many federal and state
agencies, and serves as a model for employers in
|38-50% of all
worker's compensation claims are related to the use of
alcohol or drugs in the workplace of serious workplace
accidents have drug or alcohol involvement.
50-80% of pilferage loss is due to employees who are
15-17% of employees in the average U.S. company
affect their own workplaces through substance abuse.
More than 90% of alcoholics and 74% of drug addicts
On average, employees with inappropriate substance
use cost their employers $7000 annually.
A DFWP creates a safer workplace, offers support for
employees who have a substance abuse problem, and
protects employees, customers and the public from the
effects of alcohol at work. A DFWP increases a
company's overall productivity while decreasing
accidents and compensation claims.
DFWP is administered appropriately, an overwhelming
number of employees support such a program.