If you are in need of accurate, reliable, and confidential drug or alcohol testing in the New Orleans or Southern Louisiana area, you’re in the right place. The Toxicology and Drug Analysis Laboratory (TDAL) is the preferred drug testing provider for businesses, schools, court systems, and corporations across South Louisiana, and the United States.
We offer on-site testing and mobile testing throughout New Orleans and much of South Louisiana in addition to lab-based drug or alcohol testing collections at our locally-owned downtown facilities.
A national network provider of drug and alcohol testing services, TDAL Labs is a preferred collection site for Quest Diagnostics, Alere Toxicology (EScreen), and a network collection site for LabCorp, Medtox. We also offer TPA (Third Party Administrator) services to national companies in need of drug testing program management.
Large or small, TDAL Labs can help you develop a workplace drug and alcohol testing program that suits your organization’s particular needs. At TDAL, we pride ourselves on maintaining close and personable relationships with our client companies, and developing customized solutions for each and every one. We’ll work with you to develop, set-up, and manage a program that maximizes workplace safety and efficiency while maintaining cost-effectiveness.
We can handle all of your drug testing from pre-employment, to random management, to post-accident, reasonable suspicion, and follow up drug or alcohol testing.
Whether you are required by law to maintain a drug testing program or are simply interested in creating a safer, healthier, more productive and more efficient workplace environment, please contact us today.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) requires special treatment for drug and alcohol testing for workers considered to be doing “safety-sensitive” jobs. Make sure you know when you fall under the requirements and have a trusted drug testing or alcohol testing partner who understands DOT regulations. We can help your company remain in keep up to date and remain in compliance with DOT testing regulations. We offer random program management for DOT testing, training, mock-audits, and more.
Court-ordered tests require care and professionalism when it comes to drug and alcohol testing. The courts mandate that a reliable drug and alcohol testing partner performs the test to ensure:
The results of a court-ordered drug test carry significant implications in matters dealing with:
TDAL Labs offers any of our drug and alcohol testing services for use in court-ordered testing. All of our laboratory and collection procedures follow the standards set by the Drug & Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA), and we use SAMHSA-certified labs for confirmation testing. This helps ensure that our drug testing or alcohol testing results are reliable and legally-admissible when needed.
Teen drug use is nothing new, but the increase in the number of teens using/abusing drugs in addition to the types of drugs that are now available rightfully frightens parents and school administrators. TDAL Labs stays on top of teen drug trends and knows what to test for when drug use is suspected. We work with a number of schools and other organizational partners throughout the community to provide administrators the tools they need to tackle the problem.
Our lab is up-to-date with the latest technologies in drug and alcohol testing. Clients may request any of the following drug and alcohol collection methods from TDAL Labs:
Our drug testing and alcohol testing experts can work with you to determine what sort of testing best meets your needs and what substances you should test for based on your desired detection window and your area’s local drug trends. We stay up-to-date on best practices in drug testing and alcohol testing in order to provide the best service for your business.
No matter how you choose to conduct your drug testing or alcohol testing, TDAL Labs promises accurate, reliable, and confidential service. We are drug testing and alcohol testing professionals you can entrust your workplace, school, DOT, or individual testing needs to.