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COMPLIANCE ALERT: New York Approves Adult Use of Marijuana Bill

By NDASA member William Judge, JD, LL.M., founder of the Drug Screening Compliance Institute and an attorney with more than three decades of experience in drug screening compliance. New York, this week, became the 15th state (in addition to Washington D.C.) to...

How the Collector Can Make the MRO’s Job Easier and Ensure a Smooth Screening Process

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...

What it takes to be a Qualified Trainer in the Drug and Alcohol Screening Industry

By Jan Kornmann, CEO of KorManagement Services LLC, BSM, NDASA Approved Trainer Good trainers aren't born every day! Becoming a qualified trainer means knowing your subject well and understanding the needs of your trainees. Training drug and alcohol testing collectors...

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Alcohol Screening Safety During COVID-19

Alcohol Screening Safety During COVID-19

Numerous reports over the spring and summer have suggested that substance use disorders are on the rise as a result of the uncertainty, mental health challenges and isolation that are part and parcel of life during COVID-19. Excessive alcohol consumption is one of the...

Buyer Beware: CBD, THC and Drug Testing

Buyer Beware: CBD, THC and Drug Testing

Is CBD medicine or isn’t it? Is it safe? Can it impact a drug test result? Cannabis has been the focus of considerable debate, advocacy, and policy, generating both interest and misinformation. There is a great deal of uncertainty about cannabis and cannabinoid...

The Epidemic Within the Pandemic

The Epidemic Within the Pandemic

Long before the coronavirus arrived in the United States, this country was already struggling with another health crisis: the opioid epidemic. As these two epidemics are colliding, experts fear that people vulnerable to opioid use disorders and those who employ them...