Quick Trax, LLC
Quick Trax, LLC

Where to Find Us:

Quick Trax, LLC

Dayton, OH 

Phone: +1 877-837-8011

Fax: +1 877-837-8011

Email: contact@quicktraxllc.com



CALL 1-877-837-8011 



We apologize for the inconvenience; our office has closed and we are currently able to offer onsite services only.


Convenient Access From I-75

Ample Truck Parking




Employee leaves job-site & drives to clinic, exposing the employer to potential liability if they are involved in an accident while on employment-related business.

The Employee arrives at the clinic, where priority is given to sick/injured people, and waits.  They are now being paid to wait, in addition to the possible exposure to illness, which can lead to absenteeism.  

Most often, for clinic visits an employee is absent from their workplace for 35-45 minutes, and sometimes as long as 1 to 2 hours, still on the clock.

Clinic & hospital personnel are usually not forensic drug-test specimen collection experts. Collecting a specimen for a drug test is NOT the same as collection a urine specimen for routine health urinalysis.   Specimen collection procedures including Chain of Custody must be performed correctly.  If not, a positive result that can lead to termination will not hold up in court, subjecting the employer to possible unlawful termination proceedings & serious liability consequences.

Busy clinics can easily overlook critical forensic procedures, such as failing to properly secure the collection site, (a violation of the US DOT procedure)  fail to check fingernails and have donor wash hands, fail to detect a donor’s possession of adulterants, or fail to prevent donors from taking coats, purses, extra clothing, or bags into the bathroom. 



Employee does not leave job-site; employer’s exposure to liability potential during an on-site collection is virtually nil.

Employee/Donor is always on-site collector’s #1 priority.  Employee continues working right up until the time they are notified of their on-site drug test.  They have zero exposure to sick people at the clinic, and zero wait time.

On-site, donors can be tested in just 15 to 20 minutes and can quickly return to the job.  Employee does not get backlogged on work, and employers do not pay employees to wait at a clinic while people with urgent medical needs are given priority.

On-site specialists are forensic drug-test specimen collection experts, specifically trained in drug testing.  Many clinic/hospital  personnel might do only 1 or 2 (or zero) forensic drug-test specimen collections a week in the course of performing their  duties at the clinic or hospital.  An on-site specialist, however, might do 50 to 100 (or even more) forensic collections in any given week and thousands in the course of a year.  The on-site technician is far more experienced in performing forensic  collections  and processing  the critically important Chain of Custody Form correctly, helping to ensure that the results – positive or negative – are always legally defensible in court.

On-site technicians are specifically trained in securing the collection site, limiting potential adulteration and substitution opportunities.  They are familiar with the essential forensic  procedures, and know it is their job to follow procedure exactly, every time.  They understand the various types of adulteration, substitution, and avoidance techniques used by drug abusers who will cheat on their drug tests if given the opportunity.



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