[ Drug Screening Webinar ]

Marijuana, Oral Fluid, and the Future of Drug Testing

Marijuana, Oral Fluid, and the Future of Drug Testing

Speaker: Bill Current, Founder of Current Consulting Group

As the legalization of marijuana continues to have a direct impact on workplaces across the country, SAMHSA’s guidelines for lab-based oral fluid drug testing (OFMG) are causing many employers to investigate how to utilize oral fluid testing.

This webinar presentation provides an update on the legal status of marijuana, explains key components of the new federal guidelines, compares urine and oral fluid testing, and discusses an easy-to-use ROI model relative to testing for marijuana and recent-use detection.  


  • Current state of marijuana use in the workplace 
  • The latest reports about marijuana impairment 
  • SAMHSA’s OFMG and DOT’s proposed regulations 
  • Oral fluid and urine testing, including lab and POCT methods 
  • And how to measure your drug testing ROI

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Meet this episode's expert guest: Bill Current

Founder of Current Consulting Group & Author

Bill Current is the author of “Why Drug Testing: Updated and Expanded for 2020,” as well as nine other books on substance-abuse-related issues. He founded the Current Consulting Group in 1998 and it has become the number one recognized brand name in state-law and federal-regulation compliance and marketing consulting in the drug testing industry. He created Current Compliance, the most up-to-date and comprehensive on-line database service on all state laws related to workplace drug testing, including marijuana and workers’ compensation laws.