Larimer County/CDC has required all indoor public spaces to wear masks...until further notice.

Due to COVID 19 pandemic our services have been adjusted to accomodate a variety of situations depending upon company or CDC guidelines...

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 Is your drug testing policy compliant with State and/or Federal law? 73 % of companies that were audited "thought they had a good policy and someone else was managing it".  The fines for not being "Compliant" averaged over $28,000.00. One of the highest fines was over $225,000.00.  Can you afford to do business with costs of that nature?? Auditors have no sympathy for you "not knowing" the regulations.

We can help your company become Compliant with your Drug and Alcohol Testing Requirements!   We offer alcohol and drug testing at your business or our office. NOCO Drug Testing LLC utilizes only qualified collectors and technicians trained under the FMCSA/Department of Transportation (DOT) rules. We are NAADATP accredited by the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA) guaranteeing accuracy and reliability that will hold up in court.  Our accreditation by DATIA shows we are "1 of only 3 companies in the state of Colorado" to achieve this industry standard.  We treat everyone Respectfully, conduct collections Professionally and with Dignity.  Our drug and alcohol testing products are the best in the field.  We offer discounts for volume services and corporate accounts. Some companies claim to be available 24/7 but fail to answer their nighttime phone calls...we will answer every call regardless of time of day.

OUR MISSION:  Keeping companies profitable and employees and jobsites safe and drug free with value added services.

RESULTS: We know your reputation is only as good as the results of your last job.  That's why we pride ourselves on a results-oriented approach.

METHODOLOGY:  At NOCO Drug Testing LLC, we use our collective experience to create our own methodology to keep your project on track and under budget.

Our services include:

>  24/7 Emergency After Hours Collections

>  FMCSA Clearinghouse administration for Consortium Pool /Policies

>  Reasonable Suspicion Supervisor Drug and Alcohol Training (382.603)

>  DOT and Non-DOT Drug Screens 49 CFR Part 40

>  Pre-Employment Drug and Alcohol Tests

>  Post Accident, Return to Duty, Follow up

>  C/TPA Consortium Management and Random Pool Development

>  Breath Alcohol Testing (BAT)

>  Third Party Administrator Services

>  Hair follicle testing

>  Clinical Lab processing with MRO review

>  Walk-ins and Appointments Available

For clients who are required by DOT to conduct Random Testing, NOCO Drug Testing LLC utilizes a computer random selection program that will meet both your own and federal requirements.  If you need additional services, we are happy to meet with you and review your specific needs.


OUR Services

Click below to download a helpful guide titled "What Employers Need To Know About DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing"(PDF) published by the US Department of Transportation, Office of Drug and Alcohol Policy and Compliance.

  •  Factory authorized Operator and Calibration Technician Phoenix 6.0 Evidential Breath Tester
  •   Hair Follicle testing
  • ​  Oral fluids (saliva swabs)
  • ​SAP Referral program

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We answer our phones 24/7/365

If you're working....we're working.

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We provide a free NO OBLIGATION  review and evaluate your existing workplace policies, or design a new one if you don't already have one in place.  CDL drivers need to know which substances are tested.  DOT drug tests require testing for these five classes of drugs:

~  Marijuana                                                New DOT drug panel includes..Hydrocodone/Hydromorphone

~  Cocaine                                                                                                        Oxycodone/Oxymorphone

~  Opiates - opium and codeine derivatives

~  Amphetamines and methamphetamines

~  Phencyclidine - PCP

Note: marijuana is still a Schedule I drug regardless of Colorado's recreational and medical marijuana laws. 

Click here to read the Compliance Notice (PDF).