Guide to State and Federal Drug-Testing Laws

Comprehensive and authoritative, the 1450-page, two-volume Guide is easy-to-use and will save thousands of dollars in legal fees and hundreds of hours in staff time. It is the ultimate roadmap for compliance with state and federal laws and is available for $595 per set.

The Ultimate Roadmap for Navigating State and Federal Drug-Testing Laws

Laws regarding workplace drug-testing are continually in transition. The Guide to State and Federal Drug-Testing Laws is the only book written specifically to help employers understand and comply with state and federal laws. The Guide includes:

  • Analyses of all statutory law, case law, and regulations relevant to your substance-abuse-prevention policies and programs
  • Analyses of state laws which restrict random drug testing, on-site testing, and hair testing… and matrices of these drug-testing statutes and cases
  • Summaries of all workers’ and unemployment compensation statutes and cases related to drug and alcohol testing and abuse
  • Overviews of relevant DOT regulations, and of ADA and FMLA requirements
  • Summaries of the drug-free workplace requirements for federal contractors and grantees

The Guide Answers Your Questions:

  • How do court decisions impact the drug testing of employees and job applicants in my state?
  • Has my state legislature enacted a drug-testing law?
  • Which states restrict or prohibit preemployment, “for cause,” random, and or/other types of drug testing?
  • Which states have workers’ compensation and unemployment compensation provisions relevant to employee substance abuse and adverse employment action?
  • Which states have requirements affecting testing procedures such as chain-of-custody, confirmatory tests, and laboratory choice?
  • Which states offer employers benefits for implementing drug-testing programs?

The Guide Clarifies Marijuana Laws by State
The Guide summarizes the state-by-state laws and helps ensure compliance with state and federal laws, minimize legal liability, and assists you with implementation and enforcement of your substance-abuse-prevention policy relative to “medical-marijuana” and “recreational-marijuana” statutes.