Drug and Alcohol Testing

HAPPI is a comprehensive provider of drug and alcohol testing services, including collection and result reporting.

All specimen collectors are properly trained and certified to ensure adherence to strict federal DOT collection standards.

Upon collection, we send the specimen to a NIDA/DHHS/SAMHSA-certified laboratory. Within 24 to 48 hours, our certified Medical Review Officer will typically report negative results.

If the test results are positive, we will contact the donor to determine if the identified substance was legally prescribed. Once we make the determination with a positive result, we will notify the employer verbally and in writing.

Drug and Alcohol Testing Services

HAPPI provides the following tests and other services:

  • Urine drug screens
  • Breath alcohol tests
  • Hair testing
  • Medical Review Officer services
  • Random pool administration

We can also provide referrals for substance abuse evaluations and counseling.

To learn more about drug and alcohol testing or to make an appointment at HAPPI, call 724-772-5400.

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Contact Us

HAPPI
Suite 2200
20130 Route 19
Cranberry Township, PA 16066

Phone: 724-772-5400
Fax: 724-772-5406

Leslie Hlad, MPH
Manager
Email: hladl@upmc.edu

Julie Decker
Account Executive
Email: deckerj@upmc.edu

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