C&S Testing provides alcohol testing utilizing breath, and/or saliva methods.
Breath Alcohol Testing is administered for DOT Random and Post-Accident Testing, as well as employer-directed testing.
Breath Alcohol Tests are administered for a variety of different reasons and greatly differ from Drug Tests. Drug Tests (those that analyze samples of urine) attempt to detect usage of illegal drugs over a period of time, generally ranging from a week to several months. However, Breath Alcohol Tests are aimed at detecting consumption of a legal, though regulated, substance within a much shorter time frame. Rather than testing for past usage, a Breath Alcohol Test registers only the immediate presence of alcohol in the human body.
Breath Alcohol Drug Test
Evidential Breath Testing devices (EBTs), also known as a Breathalyzer, make frequent appearances in sitcoms and crime shows. That is because they are commonly used and provide nearly instantaneous results. Police Officers rely on breathalyzer exams to detect when drivers are on the road and above the legal alcohol limit. EBTs provide a current-moment snapshot of the body's blood alcohol content (BAC) and should only be administered during periods when an employee is required to be unimpaired. Occupations which require mandatory testing include trucking, aviation, maritime, pipeline, railroad, operating heavy machinery, and transit employees in safety-sensitive occupations.
C&S Testing is dedicated to providing accurate results every time. For that reason, or Certified Staff only utilize DOT Approved Ecidential Breath Testing devices (EBTs). Procedures are meticulously controlled to ensure all results are admissible in a court of law.