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Speakers said that one of the reasons for the increase in mortality is the regular use of drugs like GHB by truck drivers. The alliance presented evidence to the audience in the form of a large-scale audit.
The study involved 156,000 drivers who took a job in companies that are part of the Alliance. Applicants were asked to take two drug tests - a urine sample and a hair sample.
It is worth noting that the only drug detection method recognized by the US Department of Transportation is urine analysis; the corresponding law was adopted in 1991 and has not changed since then. Therefore, drivers have the right to refuse to examine hair samples. Transport companies, in turn, have the right to refuse such drivers employment.
Urinalysis is considered less accurate. If the patient uses drugs like crack irregularly, then within a few days after the last use, the analysis will show a negative result. But hair analysis allows you to identify the intake of prohibited substances in a few months. Moreover, it is significantly more expensive, and therefore less common.