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From the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Atlantic coast, Georgia is a state made up of not only landscape diversity but diverse workplace needs. So, it is no surprise that their drug testing laws allow for these workplace needs. Employers who would like to benefit from the legal protection associated with drug testing, especially as it comes to workers’ compensation and unemployment compensation denial, can choose to participate in Georgia’s voluntary drug testing program.
Below are the five important things you need to know when considering drug testing in Georgia.
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 2018 Georgia Code Title 16 - Crimes and Offenses Chapter 12 - Offenses Against Public Health and Morals Article 8 - Regulation of Low Thc Oil § 16-12-190. Definition. JUSTIA US Law. https://law.justia.com/codes/georgia/2018/title-16/chapter-12/article-8/section-16-12-190/. Retrieved January 18, 2023.
 2018 Georgia Code Title 34 - Labor and Industrial Relations Chapter 9 - Workers' Compensation Article 11 - Drug-Free Workplace Programs § 34-9-415. Conduct of testing; types of tests; random testing; procedures for specimen collection and testing; laboratory qualifications, procedures, and reports; confirmation tests, JUSTIA US Law. https://law.justia.com/codes/georgia/2018/title-34/chapter-9/article-11/section-34-9-415/. Retrieved January 18, 2023.