Substance-Abuse Policy

We have a substance-abuse policy, because we take pride in maintaining a drug-free, safe and reliable workforce. It is our trademark, and it shows in our workmanship.

I.M.P.A.C.T. Substance-Abuse Program

The goal of the I.M.P.A.C.T. Substance-Abuse Program is to provide a pre-qualified, drug-free workforce to our contractors. Standardized procedures and a shared eligibility pool enable a member’s current drug test results to:

  • Serve as a valid pre-employment test for one or many contractors
  • Be a requirement of contractors before hiring a worker to a job site
  • Keep workers who are not in the eligibility pool from working on projects that have drug-testing requirements.

Read more information online describing the I.M.P.A.C.T. Substance-Abuse Program.

I.M.P.A.C.T. Substance-Abuse Program test types

Testing may be initiated under the following circumstances:

  • Refusal to test is considered a positive test, and the individual will be subject to rehabilitation requirements and reinstatement procedures.
  • Initial test: An initial/pre-employment test is required to participate in the program.
  • Annual test: In order to remain eligible, the participant must resubmit before his test expires.
  • Random testing: All participants will be subject to unannounced testing from a random selection. The program will test a minimum of 25% of the total participants. A participant’s random test shall be his/her new annual test date.

Methods of testing

  • Drug Screens
  • Primary Method: Urine laboratory analysis, split into two samples.
  • Secondary Method (performed upon owner request): Saliva laboratory analysis.
  • Alcohol Tests: Administered using blood, breath or saliva, and confirmed using an approved breath-testing device.
  • Dilute Specimens: A dilute specimen is not accepted as a valid program test, and the participant will have the option to retest within 72 hours.

View a full, written description of the Substance-Abuse Policy.

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Ironworkers Local Union No. 75
950 E. Elwood St.
Phoenix, AZ 85040
602-268-1449 Ext. 10

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7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
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602-268-1449 Ext. 12

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330 E. Maricopa Freeway
Phoenix, AZ 85004
602-276-6055 or 602-268-2439

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Monday through Friday


Apprenticeship applications are accepted from:
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Tucson, AZ 85705
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