Welcome to S1- Safety 1st

Home of The FREE  MRO and Lab Service
S1-Safety 1st allows our team (YOU) to use our SAMHSA certified labs and Medical Review Officer (MRO) for FREE.
S1-Safety 1st, Inc. was developed to allow employers to get the most out of their drug testing programs. Thirteen years ago, S1-Safety 1st was tired of hearing how expensive and time consuming drug testing could be.  We decided to make that equation easy so we reduced prices, found the best products, produced better training, listened to the needs of our clients and developed ways to make the drug testing process simple.
S1-Safety 1st, Inc. is now one of the most recognized drug testing companies in the country.  We listen to you - No gimmicks!  If you need something unique for your company just ask.  S1-Safety 1st is not your vendor.  We are a part of your safety team.  Remember S1-Safety 1st because the safety of your employees should never come in SECOND PLACE.
S1-Safety 1st, Inc. specializes in on-site drug testing products (includes urine and saliva), on-site drug testing (includes urine and saliva), DOT collections, owner controlled insurance programs and walk-in drug testing.
*** In the past seven years, S1-Safety 1st has developed one of the most affordable ON-SITE FIRST AID programs.  Again, S1-Safety 1st listened to you!  Why pay high fees to take your employees off site when you can have a FIRST AID station that is employed by a professional EMT or Paramedic.

 

What is CLIA Waived?

All facilities in the United States that perform laboratory testing on human specimens for health assessment or the diagnosis, prevention, or treatment of disease are regulated under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA). Waived tests include test systems cleared by the FDA for home use and those tests approved for waiver under the CLIA criteria. Although CLIA requires that waived tests must be simple and have a low risk for erroneous results, this does not mean that waived tests are completely error-proof. Errors can occur anywhere in the testing process, particularly when the manufacturer's instructions are not followed and when testing personnel are not familiar with all aspects of the test system.