The Division of Workplace Programs oversees HHS-certified laboratories that perform forensic drug testing for federal agencies and federally regulated industries. Thus allowing for the proper explanation and examination of both performing the drug tests and understanding the results.
This link explains the different chemical aspects that are utilized during a drug test. Such as the different chemical structures within illegal structures and how they affect the brain. Then this link explains how different chemical tests and how based on the properties of the drug they show which drug it is.
This link explains how to test for drugs, how to read the results, and how professionals do so accordingly. This link explains that in order for a correct result two tests must be conducted. These tests include color tests/ physical examination, then conducting Gas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer (GC/MS), Gas Chromatography and High Performance Liquid Chromatography, or Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy.
This website demonstrates an organization which professionally works with analyzing different drugs. It uses chemistry binding along with the different collection methods used to scan for drugs within someones body.
This link explains the different aspects of drug analytes such as drug safety, drug quality and drug safety. It explains how drugsafety an be conducted while testing for these drugs, and overall drug use and the legislation. It also explains the quality of drugs such as a drug being pure vs a drug being impure.
Frequently asked questions related to drug testing such as; the types of drug tests, drug test procedures, how long drugs stay in your system, and more...
This link explains the chemistry behind forensic testing related to testing different drugs. Such as presumptive testing, confirmatory testing, and then determining the violation of the law based on drug scheduling.
This link explains the different types of drugs, such as “cannabinoids (such as marijuana, hashish and hash oil), amphetamine type substances (such as ecstasy, P, speed and benzylpiperazine.