Now loading.
Please wait.


Whitepaper: Best Practices of Oral (Saliva) Testing

Download our Whitepaper! 

Also known as Oral Fluid or Saliva Testing, historically, the clinical use of oral testing occurred as early as 1836 in patients with bronchitis and has recently rose the ranks as a trusted method of testing today.

Oral tests measure that active parent compound and when detected in a positive result, it indicates that the drug has entered the blood stream.

This whitepaper covers:

  • • What is Oral Testing?
  • • Advantages of Oral Testing
  • • Best Practices when Implementing Oral Testing
  • • Cost-Analysis of Oral Testing
  • • On-site Testing Example

If there are ever any questions or concerns about Oral Saliva Drug Testing or program management or are having problems with your current consortium, please don’t hesitate to give CleanFleet a call at (503) 479-6082.


Our Customer’s Story:

“This past year we switched from urine to oral testing as our primary method of drug testing.”

“Our onboarding team previously had challenges when trying to coordinate urine tests as many new employees had difficulty following proper testing procedures, not to mention the invasive nature of the testing and its impact on how new hires perceived us as a result.”

“With oral testing we can have a tester in the room with these employees guiding them through the process and defusing the tension that a drug test often presents.”

Recruitment Manager

Thinking about other drug testing type options for your company's drug testing program and interested in best practices for Oral Testing? Download the whitepaper by filling out the form below.