What Employers need to know about "Synthetic Cannabinoids", "Bath Salts" and Other "Legal Highs"


The potential use of "synthetic cannabinoids", "bath salts", "designer drugs" and other "legal highs" by employees and applicants is a topic of increasing interest among employers. This webinar is designed to provide employers with information they need about these products -- what they are, their legal status, and testing considerations -- in order to help employers determine whether these products should be included in their workplace drug testing programs.

Barry Sample, Ph.D., is Director of Science and Technology for the Employer Solutions division of Quest Diagnostics. Dr. Sample is responsible for the production and introduction of new products and services through new test, informatics, and technology development.

Dr. Sample joined Quest Diagnostics in 1991. Under his direction, the Atlanta laboratory, which was accredited by the International Olympic Committee, provided the doping control services for the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. He has served as a consultant to the CAP Toxicology Resource Committee and as a member of the DHHS Drug Testing Advisory Board. He is a lecturer and has co-authored numerous presentations and publications dealing with drug analysis, athletic drug testing and toxicology. Dr. Sample received his bachelor’s degree in chemistry and his doctorate in pharmacology from Indiana University.

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What Employers need to know about "Synthetic Cannabinoids", "Bath Salts" and Other "Legal Highs" 

June 16, 2011 at 3:00 PM EDT


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