Cut off Level for Drug and Alcohol Testing

What is a cut-off level?

A cut-off level in drug and alcohol testing is the level at which the concentration of a substance in a sample indicates a safety risk. So if a sample tests below the cut-off level, the test has a negative result.

If a sample is equal to or above the cut-off, the test result is positive unless otherwise noted by a Medical Review Officer.

Drug and Alcohol Testing - Lab Procedures

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We can help you develop a drug and alcohol testing program based on your individual business requirements.

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