On-site drugs of abuse testing products

By: Cj Cooper  09-12-2011
Keywords: drug testing, Breath Alcohol

Our on-site drugs of abuse testing devices combine ease of use, reliability, and accuracy

Check out our products and services to see why our clients agree that C.J. Cooper provides drug testing services that are professional, prompt, courteous, confidential, and dependable.


Our FDA-approved product has the same degree of accuracy when compared to SAMHSA Certified Laboratory screening methods. Independent studies prove test strips do not contaminate the specimen.

Privacy Label

DrugCheck® test cups screen for adulterants using the following parameters: pH, Specific Gravity, Nitrate and Creatinine. A pull-tab label conceals test results, so only appropriate personnel can read them, adding privacy during testing.


A positive specimen can be shipped in the same container to a laboratory for GC/MS confirmation. Each cup has an 18-month shelf-life and includes an affixed temperature strip, identification label, and security seal.

  • No assembly required
  • No dipping of cards
  • No moving parts to use
  • No tilting to activate
  • No split samples or chambers to rely on
  • No cross contamination to worry about

Tests for:

Amphetamine Barbiturate Benzodiazepine
Cocaine Marijuana* Ecstasy (MDMA)
Methadone Methamphetamine Opiates
Propoxyphene Phencyclidine (PCP) Tricyclic Antidepressants

*Marijuana: Only THC test strip available that doesn’t cross-react
with HIV medication Sustiva (custom order)

C.J. Cooper also offers a full range of on-site tests for the detection of alcohol

  • DrugCheck® Urine Test Cup
  • Express Check™ Breath Alcohol Screen
  • AlcoMate Prestige® breath alcohol detection
  • Express Check™ Saliva Alcohol Screening Test
  • QED® A150 Saliva Alcohol Test
  • DOT-approved Alco-Screen Saliva Alcohol Test

Keywords: Breath Alcohol, drug testing

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Third party administration of company drug and alcohol testing

Government statistics report that over 70% of illicit drug users are employed resulting in billions of dollars in added employment costs, with the greatest proportion impacting companies with no program or policy relating to substance abuse in the workplace.