CHE's Frequently Asked Questions
  1. Why provide post offer pre-placement physical exams?
  2. What is the importance of drug screening?
  3. Why use CHE's services?
  4. Can Corporate Health Exams provide both DOT and non-DOT drug screening? 
  5. What's involved in the drug screening process?
  6. How often should employees be send for testing?

Why provide post offer pre-placement physical exams? Post offer pre placement physical exams can determine initial medical fitness for a particular job or occupation.  Workers with existing problems are identified so that appropriate steps can be taken to protect employees during employment and establish a base to which future evaluations can be compared.  Pre placement evaluations can be used to determine suitable accommodations, where essential functions of the job have been determined in accordance with the American's with Disabilities Act (ADA).Back to Top

What is the importance of drug screening employees? Drugs and Alcohol abuse reduce productivity, creates an unsafe workplace, increases on the job accidents, absenteeism; hence, cutting into the company's bottom line and increasing your liability.  In addition it has been shown that drug and alcohol abuse costs American business an estimated $102 billion dollars annually lost in productivity, accidents, employee turnover and related problems.  Initial testing guarantees that you start out with a high caliber of employees and random drug testing ensures that you maintain that standard.  A drug free work environment promotes a safer, healthier more effective employee.Back to Top


Why use Corporate Health Exams' services? CHE will provide high quality service.  CHE will take away the administrative burden of maintaining and coordinating a nationwide network of physicians, laboratories, record keeping and access.  We believe in flexibility and will coordinate your programs with your existing benefits packages.Back to Top
Can Corporate Health Exams provide both DOT and non-DOT drug screening?  Yes! CHE can provide both DOT and Non-DOT drug screening for employees.  In addition, CHE offers Medical Review Officer (MRO) services for employers who provide drug screening programs.  The MRO is responsible for evaluating all drug screening results to make sure that the screening was performed properly and in accordance with applicable regulations.  Back to Top
What's involved in the drug screening process? The process involves:
  1.  reviewing of "chain of custody procedures"
  2. Specimen identification documentation
  3. contacting the donor to determine if there is a legitimate explanation for positive results.
CHE will maintain strict confidentiality and security, adhering to chain of custody procedures for your prospective and or current employees.CHE will schedule the candidates, our nationwide network of physicians will provide services paraller by no other, and we will report to you the results in a timely manner and keep the waiting time to a minimum.  CHE believes in the efficient execution of client's needs and in a promise!Back to Top
How often should employees be send for testing?Our program is designed to comply with DOT and State drug testing regulation. Under Federal mandated testing, random testing of covered employees should not be done at all one time annually. Rather, it should be done no less than quarterly.Back to Top