Mr. Evans provides the following drug free workplace consulting services:

  1. Legal and scientific justification for instituting testing policies.
  2. Use of proper test procedures.
  3. The creation, auditing, and updating of drug-free workplace policies, employee handbooks and forms.
  4. Credibility in interpretation of test results.
  5. Establishing grounds for suspensions, dismissals or treatment referrals.
  6. Referrals of employees to substance abuse treatment programs.
  7. Providing proper treatment
  8. Last chance agreements for employees.
  9. Confidentiality of substance abuse treatment records.
  10. Governmental affairs and lobbying - state and federal.

Mr. Evans is the author of Drug Testing Law, Technology, and Practice, published by Thomson-Reuters. The book covers:

  1. Drug Testing Law BookOverview of Drug Use, Testing, and Legalization
  2. Public Employee Drug and Alcohol Testing - Constitutional and Procedural Issues
  3. Private Employment and Common Law
  4. Labor Law and Discrimination Law
  5. Federal and State Testing Laws
  6. Technical Issues
  7. How to Establish a Drug Testing Program
  8. Alcohol Testing in DUI/DWI Cases and in Employment Cases
  9. Non-employment Applications for Alcohol and Drug Testing

Mr. Evans has served as the:

  • Executive Director, National On-Site Testing Association, advocacy for on-site drug and alcohol tests in employment and criminal justice
  • Executive Director, Drug Free Schools Coalition, advocacy for drug free schools and student drug testing

Mr. Evans has written numerous articles on drug and alcohol testing to include:

  • “The FDA, CLIA and Employment Drug testing,” DATIA Focus, Spring 2010
  • “Implementing a Drug-Free Workplace Program” Glass Magazine, May, 1995
  • “Employee Drug Testing: Examination of Legal Battlefields Past and Future” Syva Monitor, Vol. 12, Number 1, l994
  • "Employers Face Difficult Questions In Initiatives Against Alcohol Abuse” Occupational Health and Safety Magazine, September, l994
  • "Disabilities Act to Affect Drug Testing" Forensic Urine Drug Testing, American Association for Clinical Chemistry, September 1993
  • "A Dose of Drug Testing” Security Management Magazine, May, l992
  • "Chain of Custody Errors Can Quickly Undermine the Case in Court” Occupational Health and Safety Magazine, April, l992
  • "Drug Testing in the Motor Carrier Industry” The Docket United Bus Owners of America, November 1, l989
  • "Drug Testing Decisions: Implications for EAPS” The EAP Digest, September/October, l989
  • "Drug Testing: The Supreme Court's Rulings, Federal Regulations, and their Consequences for EAPs” The Almacan, June, l989
  • "Decisions Set Precedent for Drug Testing Cases” Clinical Chemistry News, June, l989
  • "Drug Testing-It Goes With the Job..." U.S. Journal of Drug and Alcohol Dependence, May, l989
  • "Private Lives of Employees: How Much Should Employers Know?” Occupational Health and Safety Magazine, October, l988
  • "Drugs or Alcohol on the Job” Business for Central New Jersey, October, 1988.
  • "Keeping the Law on Your Side” Business and Health Magazine, July, 1988
  • Employee Drug Testing: Recent Testimony Before the U.S.Senate” The Narc Officer, July/August, 1988; Syva Monitor, July, 1987
  • "Legal Precedents Provide Drug Program Guidelines” Clinical Chemistry News, November, 1987
  • "Drug Testing, Work Performance, and EAPs: Recent Legal Guidelines” The Almacan, December, 1986
  • "Alcohol and Drug Testing in Industry” U.S. Journal of Drug and Alcohol Dependence, February, 1985


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