What if my network is new to tracking compliance for insurance and licenses?

That’s okay! We’ve helped many of our clients start up a new compliance program or make changes to that program when they implement it with us. Our experience with contractor networks can help you know what to expect and how to avoid some of the pitfalls. We also provide guidance on industry best practices.

What makes your insurance management and license tracking services different?

PlusOne understands compliance in the contractor/vendor world and the need to efficiently process all of your compliance documentation with speed and accuracy to ensure that your contractors/vendors are compliant when providing services and/or products. The need to minimize the disruption in operations due to compliance is critical to your business.  As such, we use specialized processors who understand insurance and licensing as well as automated processes to ensure that insurance and licenses are received in a timely and accurate manner. In addition, we take extra steps to verify throughout the year that insurance coverage and licenses are active and in good standing. Our goal is to allow you to focus on your core business needs and for your contractor/network to focus on providing their services and/or products for you. We minimize the effort not just for you but for your contractors/vendors by working directly with insurance agents and online verification of licenses for renewals and any missing items for compliance

Will Cannabidiol (CBD) result in a positive test for marijuana?

CBS typically used for medical purposes and is one of the components found in cannabis. It is not regulated by the Federal Drug Administration. Pure CBD does not cause positive test results, however, many products which contain CBD may be contaminated by tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)  which could lead to variable results. Another cannabis compound is cannabinol (CBN) and is a THC variant so if this is in the cannabis used, it may also yield a positive test result.

Can employers drug test in states where marijuana is legal?

Legalization of recreational and medical use of marijuana varies from state to state and this is constantly changing. Since marijuana is still a prohibited Schedule I substance at the federal level, employers can enforce a zero-tolerance standard and still prohibit marijuana use, possession, and impairment in the workplace, on job sites, during working hours or when employees are on call in order to ensure a safe work environment. Some states may be building employee and employer protections into their legislation and PlusOne will amend its processes as laws dictate.