Policy Consulting for Drug-Free Workplaces

Helping businesses find the right stance on drug policies

Are you worried that employees may be using drugs at work? Do you think about the impact of drugs and alcohol on workplace safety? Is substance abuse at work getting in the way of employees doing the jobs you’ve hired them for?

Bostec helps business owners and supervisors just like you feel confident that their employees are not under the influence of drugs or alcohol while on the job. We train HR staff, company owners and managers to recognize drug and alcohol abuse, we provide the supplies and tools you need to manage an in-house testing program, and we help develop HR policies that comply with state and federal laws.

Companies of all sizes must provide a safe and drug-free working environment.

Mom-and-pop operations, small businesses with 10 employees and large corporations with hundreds of staff members have a responsibility to provide a safe and drug-free working environment. If you know or suspect abuse by one of your employees, and that employee later gets into an accident, your business could be facing a whole lot of trouble.

Companies of all sizes must provide a safe and drug-free working environment.

If your company employs workers who can have an impact on public safety, such as commercial drivers, pilots, heavy equipment operators and mechanics, you know that you have an even higher level of liability. You need to have well-written policies in place and a well-documented testing program. Bostec can help!

Creating and enforcing drug-free workplace policies.

With local and federal laws regularly in flux, it can be difficult for organizations like yours to know just how to position themselves regarding workplace drug and alcohol policies.

Bostec tracks and monitors changes in governmental regulations so you don’t have to! We consult with companies throughout the Pacific Northwest – Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington – to help develop a custom HR policy that meets the needs of your organization and also complies with governmental guidelines.

Nearly all companies Bostec works are struggling with marijuana in the workplace.

The future is uncertain as we discover more good and bad about how THC affects the body. Get the policy you need now with help from Bostec.

Despite recreational use of marijuana being legal in Washington state, nearly all companies that Bostec works with opt for HR policies that promote marijuana-free workplaces as a way of reducing workplace liability. That being said, this is a fast-moving and constantly changing field. Studies looking at medicinal benefits vs. safety are ongoing. The future is very uncertain as we discover more good and bad about THC and how it can affect the body.

Get the policy you need now with help from Bostec.

Setting up a well-written drug and alcohol program in your business needn’t be a daunting task. With our professional advice, based on decades in the drug and alcohol testing and training industry, your company will have the HR policies you need.

Contact Bostec to begin the conversation about increasing workplace safety and reducing liability with a custom drug and alcohol policy for your business.

COVID-19 Update

Please visit this page for the latest information on how Bostec is responding to the COVID-19 virus.


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To all of our valued clients:

Updated: March 23, 2020

Bostec Inc. is keeping our collection site open with limited hours of operation. We recognize that some of our clients have needs for drug and alcohol testing services despite the COVID-19 epidemic, and we will remain available with limited hours of operation to fulfill your drug and alcohol testing needs. We balance this need with our desire to comply with federal and state recommendations and to protect our employees.

We are continuously cleaning our facility throughout the day and observing physical distancing practices. Since we are not a healthcare facility, there is a low risk of coming into contact with other individuals who may be sick. If you are sick, however, or if you have come into contact with someone who may have COVID-19, we request that you do not come to our office during this time of crisis.

The protection of our employees is crucial to our success, so we are limiting hours of operation. We will be open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday, for the immediate future.

If you have an emergent need for a test (post-accident or reasonable cause), please call us at 360-354-3325, and we will attempt to meet the need you have.

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