Background and Drug Testing Services
Headquartered in Jackson, Mississippi (MS), Accurate Background and Drug Testing Services is a woman-owned company providing drug and alcohol testing services for businesses, schools, and individuals. The business industry has a high demand for pre-employment background checks and drug testing services. Accurate was developed to offer the latest technology in nationwide drug testing and background checks. This has allowed clients and companies a way to offer a safer and drug-free workplace.
Accurate's services can be specifically tailored to meet any testing requirement and any budget. Testing can occur at a laboratory, on-site, or at vehicular accident locations. We also provide value-priced kits that are available for a large variety of in-house testing options that do not require Accurate personnel to be in attendance. We uniquely combine knowledge of the drug testing industry with a total dedication to complete customer service provided by our team of experts.
- Drug and Alcohol Testing Compliant with Department of Transportation Regulations
- NON-DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing Services
- Saliva Testing
- Hair Follicle Testing
- DNA Testing
- School Drug and Alcohol Testing
- Background Services
- National Criminal with Alias Search Packages
- Motor Vehicle Records
- Worker’s Compensation
- Employment Verification
- Education Verification
- 365/24/7 NATIONWIDE Availability
- State of the Art Technology
- Full Compliance with all State and Federal Laws
- Certified and Trained Technicians
Did You Know?
How easily “Designer Drugs” can be obtained?
They can be found online and in convenience stores throughout the United States. These Designer Drugs are psychoactive herbs and chemicals which come in many forms such as: Herbal Incense, Plant Food, and Bath Salts. They can be smoked or ingested in the place of illicit drugs which are leading to deadly consequences.
What is the “Next High”?
Synthetic Marijuana and Designer Drugs
How long have products mimicked illicit drugs?
In the last two years, the public has been involved with a number of products that mimic the effects of illicit drugs.