What Is a Non Regulated Drug Screen?

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A non regulated drug screening is a drug screening used for non-federal, private or public enterprises. It can be performed by any lab that is certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Drug screening is typically done as a pre-employment process.
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A non regulated drug screen refers to a drug test carried out by organisations not regulated by law without the presence of medical experts. These test are usually a pre-employment procedure taken by companies.
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