By designing effective, compliant drug screening programs on a national or international basis, we furnish businesses seeking a Drug Free environment with the tools needed for implementation. Federally certified (SAMHSA) laboratories return 100% testing accuracy with GCMS confirmation.


Available to you are:
• National/international collection sites
• Marine Consortium Program
• Program formation/administration
• On-site collections
• Random selection programs
• MRO services

Basic Substance Abuse Profiles
Suitable for any organization desiring a work environment free of drug use.
SAP 2 – marijuana & cocaine

SAP 5 -  marijuana, cocaine, amphetamines, opiates and PCP
SAP 6 -  all of the above plus barbiturates
SAP 10 – all of the above plus benzodiazepines, methadone,

methaquaalone and propoxyphene.

Florida Drug Free Workplace Program

In January, 1992, Florida’s Division of Workers Compensation adopted rules which reward employers who implement this drug testing program. Employers who institute a Florida Drug-free Workplace Program become eligible to receive 5% discount on their annual Workers Compensation insurance premium, and can deny benefits after an accident if the employee tests “positive” for illegal drug use. A Medical Review Officer (MRO) must review all test results and the laboratory performing the testing must be certified by the Florida Department of  Health and Human Services (DHHS). DCI is qualified to set up and administer the entire program in compliance with Florida regulations and insurance carrier certification. The Florida Drug-free Workplace program also complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).


Federal Drug Testing
Department of Transportation (DOT) and United States Coast Guard (USCG).

DOT/NIDA 7 – marijuana, cocaine, amphetamines, opiates and PCP.

Required of any person employed by railways, trucking, airlines, maritime or any other entity governed by the Federal Department of Transportation.
Hair Testing

Hair testing is utilized when a historical view of drug usage is needed, such as custody determination, probation or court ordered conditions. The test will reveal the particular drug(s) used within the last 30-60 days but cannot identify the day or month that the usage occurred. Hair testing is not used for employment purposes.


Oral Alcohol Test

Oral Alcohol testing can be used on-site when it is suspected that an employee may be under the influence of alcohol. It is a simple, non-invasive procedure requiring the swabbing of the mouth done by the individual, followed by the reading of the test result within 4 minutes by color change. This test is also approved by the Federal Dept. of Transportation for on-site testing occurrences.