2018 Update on OSHA Post-Accident Drug Testing

Publisher: National Drug Screening, Inc.

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2018 Update on OSHA Post-Accident Drug Testing

February 2018 - Recent years have brought about a myriad of changes in the screening industry, both big and small. 2017 brought updated Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations, including an expanded panel that better reflects the drug problems that are currently facing employers. 2016 brought about more changes, one of the largest to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), who began enforcement of new rules regarding post-accident testing. With new rules and regulations that have such overreaching impacts on the industry come a flurry of required updates to policies, related regulations, and updates to state laws. Lawsuits have plagued OSHA since the new regulations were initially announced causing delays and further complicating the landscape. What do the regulations mean for employers and what do industry experts expect will happen with them?