Urine Drug Test:6405N SAP 5-50 GC/MS, from quest diagnostics. What does it look for?

This is for pre-employment. It wouldn’t happen to look for alcohol would it? I am underage..

hi
Drug testing in the workplace was legalized on September 15, 1986 when Executive Order 12564 was signed by President Ronald Reagan. This order made it a condition of employment that all Federal employees were to refrain from using illegal drugs, even while they were off-duty. This order was the basis for the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988, which originally only applied to Federal employees but then was used by the states, local jurisdictions and private-sector employees to implement drug testing in the workplace. Before you take a drug test you will first need to know what the drug test is
looking for and what type of timeline you are looking at for being detected depending on what type of drug you have used.
It is important to understand that what is being tested for varies greatly
depending on who is performing the test, the cost of the test, the expectations and federal requirements. Some businesses may also have their own personal drug testing rules as well. ( for example : Federal government guidelines require that those who hold a commercial driver’s license and work for a business where they will be driving a commercial vehicle have a drug testing system in place. If you are in the professional driving profession, you will need to pay special attention to the type of testing that your company requires. )The National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) requires that companies test for five specific categories of drugs. Most drug testing companies will provide a test that checks for all five categories. These five categories include:

· Cocaine – Includes Cocaine, Crack and Benzoylecognine
· Cannabinoids – Includes Marijuana and Hash
· Amphetamines – Includes Speed, Methamphetamines and amphetamines
· Opiates – Includes Heroin, Opium, Codeine and Morphine
· Phencyclidine – PCP

Depending on what profession you are in or what business or governmental department you are required to take a drug test for, there may be expansion tests required. These test for additional drugs such as:

· Barbiturates – Including Phenobarbital, Scorbarbitol and Butalbital
· Hydrocodone – Including Vicodin and Lortab
· Mehqualone – Known most commonly as Quaaludes or Ludes
· Benzodiazepines – Includes Valium, Xanax, Librium, Serax and Rohypnol
· Methadone
· Propoxyphene – Includes Darvon compounds
· Ethanol – Known as Alcohol
· MDMA or Ecstasy

Drugs that can be tested for, but are not commonly tested for include:

· LSD
· Tryptamines – Including Psilocybin, AMT, DMT, DPT, 5-MeO-DiPT
· Phenethylamines – Including Mescaline, MDMA, MDA, MDE, 2C-B, 2C-T-7
· Inhalants – Including Toluene, Xylene and Benzene

4 Thoughts.

  1. It doesn’t look for alcohol. They are looking for certain drugs, Cocaine, Speed, Opiates, PCP, and THC…I believe.
    References :

  2. cant find alcohol in a drug test. breathlyzer, yes, but thats only if its still on your breath.

    piss tests test for

    opiates (pills, herion)
    THC (weed)
    amphetamines (speed, adderall, meth)
    cocaine
    References :

  3. hi
    Drug testing in the workplace was legalized on September 15, 1986 when Executive Order 12564 was signed by President Ronald Reagan. This order made it a condition of employment that all Federal employees were to refrain from using illegal drugs, even while they were off-duty. This order was the basis for the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988, which originally only applied to Federal employees but then was used by the states, local jurisdictions and private-sector employees to implement drug testing in the workplace. Before you take a drug test you will first need to know what the drug test is
    looking for and what type of timeline you are looking at for being detected depending on what type of drug you have used.
    It is important to understand that what is being tested for varies greatly
    depending on who is performing the test, the cost of the test, the expectations and federal requirements. Some businesses may also have their own personal drug testing rules as well. ( for example : Federal government guidelines require that those who hold a commercial driver’s license and work for a business where they will be driving a commercial vehicle have a drug testing system in place. If you are in the professional driving profession, you will need to pay special attention to the type of testing that your company requires. )The National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) requires that companies test for five specific categories of drugs. Most drug testing companies will provide a test that checks for all five categories. These five categories include:

    · Cocaine – Includes Cocaine, Crack and Benzoylecognine
    · Cannabinoids – Includes Marijuana and Hash
    · Amphetamines – Includes Speed, Methamphetamines and amphetamines
    · Opiates – Includes Heroin, Opium, Codeine and Morphine
    · Phencyclidine – PCP

    Depending on what profession you are in or what business or governmental department you are required to take a drug test for, there may be expansion tests required. These test for additional drugs such as:

    · Barbiturates – Including Phenobarbital, Scorbarbitol and Butalbital
    · Hydrocodone – Including Vicodin and Lortab
    · Mehqualone – Known most commonly as Quaaludes or Ludes
    · Benzodiazepines – Includes Valium, Xanax, Librium, Serax and Rohypnol
    · Methadone
    · Propoxyphene – Includes Darvon compounds
    · Ethanol – Known as Alcohol
    · MDMA or Ecstasy

    Drugs that can be tested for, but are not commonly tested for include:

    · LSD
    · Tryptamines – Including Psilocybin, AMT, DMT, DPT, 5-MeO-DiPT
    · Phenethylamines – Including Mescaline, MDMA, MDA, MDE, 2C-B, 2C-T-7
    · Inhalants – Including Toluene, Xylene and Benzene
    References :
    http://www.drugtestfriend.com
    http://www.nida.nih.gov.

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