I would just run a long smart test and quick format, drive bender is pretty resiliant and you can improperly remove the drive + copy over the data on it faster than letting it figure things out on its own.no , but i use "drive bender" in my home server, with about 7 disk total , if there errors or problems , it will take a long time to move files of the drive again.
I try to at least run a SMART full scan before I trust it with my data, given that I'm probably not going to remember to check for pre-failure indicators and my home servers are tucked away where I can't even hear the hard drives screaming for a merciful end.
I have done this on over a hundred new drives over the last ~15 years. I don't do it on SSDs. I have no good testing method for those.