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Model Standing Order for Drug Testing of DOT-Regulated Employees

Under the DOT’s oral fluid final rule, DOT says employers must tell collection sites what kind of testing methodology to use (oral fluid versus urine), recommending that employers have a "Standing Order" in place to avoid any confusion in the testing process....

Announcing the 2024 NDASA Conference Keynote: Tom Arnold

The National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association is pleased to welcome comedian, actor, producer and author Tom Arnold as the keynote speaker for the association's 2024 National Conference and Trade Show.  Best known for his comedic roles in...

NDASA Asked and FMCSA Answered: New Guidance on Student Drivers

| By Patrice M. Kelly, JD, Senior Policy Executive Advisor for NDASA At a recent NDASA Townhall discussion there were many questions about whether truck driving schools are required to conduct DOT-regulated drug and alcohol testing on student drivers.  We...

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Association Merger Announcement

Association Merger Announcement

The National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association and the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association announced the merger of DATIA into NDASA, on Thursday, May 25. The leaders of both organizations celebrated this monumental industry event with the signing of the...

Countdown to Conference

Countdown to Conference

If you are a specimen collector, own a drug testing or third-party administration business, supervise your company's drug and alcohol testing policy, manage safety programming for your workplace, or are employed in human resources, law enforcement or substance use...

NDASA Celebrates Five Years

NDASA Celebrates Five Years

Five years ago in March, a small group of leaders in the drug and alcohol testing industry met in Washington, DC over a two-day period to formally announce the founding of the National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association (NDASA). At this meeting, the original group...