“With the devastation from Hurricane Harvey and the potential destruction of Hurricane Irma, our Company wishes to provide some form of relief to those brave First Responders, USCG Employees, and Hurricane Relief Workers," stated ADT CEO James Greer.
Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) September 09, 2017
Accredited Drug Testing, one of the Nations’ leading providers of drug and alcohol testing for employers, has announced that in an effort to support the hurricane relief efforts affecting the State of Texas and Florida, any first responder (fire, police, medical) and any USCG personnel or employees assigned to hurricane preparedness or relief efforts, will not be charged for any drug or alcohol test which may be required relating to their employment effective September 8, 2017 through October 1, 2017.
Mr. James A Greer, the President and CEO of Accredited Drug Testing, Inc. stated, “With the devastation in Texas from Hurricane Harvey and the potential destruction of Hurricane Irma facing Florida, our Company wishes to provide some form of relief to employers hiring temporary or permanent relief workers and to the dedicated first responders and their employers that may be required to take a drug or alcohol test during these difficult times.”
Accredited Drug Testing has Company owned and affiliated testing centers in all cities throughout the United States and provides drug and alcohol testing for pre-employment, random, post-accident and reasonable suspicion needs in conjunction with an employer’s drug free workplace program.
The company’s drug and alcohol testing services are provided to DOT and non-DOT companies including small, medium and large employers. Services include the complete administration of a employers’ drug testing program including scheduling, SAMHSA Certified Laboratory analysis, Medical Review Officer verification and confidential results reporting.
The Management and staff of Accredited Drug Testing, Inc wishes to convey our thoughts and prayers to all of the people in the State of Texas and Florida for their safety and well-being.