By Bill Current, president and founder of the Current Consulting Group and publisher of Current Compliance* Drug abuse is up. Positive drug test results are up. The number of companies testing for marijuana is down. We know this from three major...
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In its role as the voice for the drug and alcohol testing industry, one of the National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association’s priorities is to provide input representing members’ interests concerning drug and alcohol testing regulations. On June 1, NDASA submitted...
In its role as the voice for the drug and alcohol testing industry, one of the National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association’s priorities is to provide input representing members’ interests concerning drug and alcohol testing regulations. On April 20, NDASA...
From a Member's Memo podcast with NDASA Executive Director Jo McGuire.* From time to time, we receive calls from members questioning the National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association’s work in our nation’s capital and why our organization would need a Political...
By Sarah Davis, NDASA assistant and registered drug test collector Where there is testing, unfortunately, there is also cheating. We are living in the golden age of products that claim to help an individual pass a drug screen. Cheat devices are available from private...
By Ryan West, MS, CFI, Director of Corporate Training, ARCpoint Labs It is widely known and accepted by industry experts that a comprehensive drug-testing program helps to keep a company, its employees, and its customers safe. Several of the known benefits include the...
By Bill Current, founder of Current Consulting Group. Originally prepared for and published by PBSA in the Sept-Oct 2021 edition of the Journal. Read the full issue here. Which drug testing method—urine, oral fluid or hair—is best at detecting marijuana and...
By Dr. William D. Brooks, American Association of Medical Review Officers (AAMRO), Founding Member, Past V.P., Trainer, Advisory Board Member GAC & Education Committee NDASA, OStG Today’s litigious marketplace requires all participants in a drug testing program to...
At the end of 2020, the National Drug & Alcohol Screening Association introduced the NDASA Accreditation program for Collection Sites, Consortiums and Third-Party Administrators, Designated Employer Representatives and (coming soon) Substance Abuse Professionals....
Since the new 2020 U.S. Department of Transportation Custody and Control Form became available in September, one tiny addition has created a tremendous amount of confusion among employers, specimen collectors and others involved in DOT-mandated drug screening. The...
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