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Nevada Safes Conducts Routine Employee Drug Tests and Criminal Background Checks For Added Security
Nevada Safes, the largest safe warehouse in Nevada, conducts pre-employment criminal background checks on all employees. In addition, all employees are required to pass random drug screenings to maintain employment.
According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse, "Over the past five years there has been a growing concern over the use of illicit drugs in the workplace. This has led to a growth in the utilization of urinalysis as a prerequisite to employment."
Nevada Safes has adopted the physical qualification standards of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for drivers engaged in interstate highway activities, i.e., trucks and buses. These standards provide "comprehensive guidelines in regards to the prohibited use of amphetamine, narcotic, or any habit forming drug. The regulations also permit the discharge of a driver who has been found to possess, or is under the influence of a drug while on company property or on company time."
Nevada Safes has implemented these employment requirements because we feel that the safety and privacy of the public and our client is imperative. Objective number one of our company is that our clients feel that the people delivering their new safe are not only trust worthy, professional, and discreet; but are safety aware, physically capable, and mentally competent of delivering and installing the client's new product.
About Nevada Safes: Nevada Safes (Formerly known as Discount Gun Safe Warehouse) is owned and operated by Jim Dillon, a former United States Air Force Airman stationed at Nellis Air Force Base and a 30 year veteran of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department who retired as a captain. We are proud to offer a showroom free of sales pressure as well as top-rate delivery service.
Our sales team is lead by a desire to assist and educate customers on the incredible selection, options, and accessories available from each manufacturer. The in-house Nevada Safes' delivery team are licensed and trained. Their objective is to provide delivery service that pays attention to detail and remains sensitive to client's needs.
For more information, visit http://www.nevadasafes.com.
Lexie Leos, HR Manager