Connecticut Drug Testing Laws
The laws surrounding employee drug testing varies from state to state. In Connecticut, there are a number of regulations employers must follow in order to implement compliant drug testing policies and procedures.
All private employers.
- Applicant should be given notice in writing
- Employees away from the job for at least 12 months need to be tested
- Testing required to certify school bus drivers
- Authorized testing: reasonable suspicion, random (for safety-sensitive jobs)
- Testing required for intrastate truck drivers for post-accident, reasonable cause, or random cases
- Positive result or refusal may lead to discipline or discharge
Conditions & Methods
- Confidential test results
- Confirming test in case of a positive result
- Privacy in specimen collection
Connecticut Marijuana Laws
Marijuana legislation in Connecticut may have implications when it comes to screening employees for cannabis use. For more information, visit Connecticut Marijuana Laws.
Laboratory Drug Testing in Connecticut
If you are an employer or administrator looking to schedule employee drug testing in Connecticut, type in your ZIP code to find the laboratory testing site nearest you: