This is an exciting time for Real Occupational and marks a significant milestone for the company. This move will benefit our customers by increasing staff, parking and overall accessibility and decreasing wait times. We appreciate our dedicated customers who who have driven our extraordinary growth.
ONTARIO, Calif. (PRWEB) January 30, 2019
Real Occupational Testing Services, a leader in DNA testing and employee drug testing solutions, announced it has relocated to 1910 S. Archibald Ave. Suite #E in Ontario, CA to accommodate explosive company growth.
Founded in 2000, Real Occupational has achieved growth both in both size and revenues, including increasing the size of staff by 400% and clientele by 800% over the past three years. The new state-of-the-art facility will allow increased service in the Inland Empire (San Bernardino and Riverside Counties) and will facilitate expansion of nationwide testing service offerings.
“This is an exciting time for Real Occupational and marks a significant milestone for the company,” said Chris Phelps, President and CEO. “This move will benefit our customers by increasing staff, parking and overall accessibility and decreasing wait times. We appreciate our dedicated customers who have driven our extraordinary growth.”
The company provides affordable and comprehensive individual and occupational testing nationwide at over 6,000 testing locations across the nation. Services include DNA testing, fingerprinting, DMV medical exams and federal DOT testing for the transportation industry.
Aside from a wide range of individual and employee drug testing services, regulation and compliance consulting for companies requiring drug free workplace and drug and alcohol polices is also offered.
The new, fully renovated 7,000 square-foot corporate offices and testing facility offers a convenient and centralized locale in Ontario that offers more testing rooms, larger and more comfortable waiting areas and increased parking.
“This move is part of a carefully considered and forward-thinking strategy to accommodate increased growth,” stated Phelps. “The space will provide greater collaborative space and increased efficiencies for current and future staff so they may continue to provide warm, friendly and fast service.”