Welcome to the National Drug & Alcohol Screening Association
NDASA Members Include
- Drug & Alcohol Testing Companies
- Drug Testing Collectors
- Alcohol Testing Technicians
- Medical Review Officers
- Designated Employer Representatives
- Third-Party Administrators
- Child and Family Services
- Human Resource Managers
- Safety Managers
- Alcohol Test Device Manufacturers
- Substance Abuse Professionals
- Mobile Collectors
- Drug Test Device Manufacturers
- Probation/Parole Officers
- Sober-Living Home Operators
- Drug and Alcohol Policy Consultants
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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...
Thank you to NDASA member organization Psychemedics for sharing its January blog with our members. Psychemedics is a world leader in hair testing and a top innovator in the drug screening industry. For many, the turn of a new year is a time we resolve to reassess and...
Welcome to the new NDASA.com! You might have noticed our site suddenly looks VERY different! Over the last three-plus years, NDASA has evolved and grown significantly as an organization. This is in large part thanks to our committed and active member base. You have...
The National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association is proud to announce that Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., president and chief executive officer of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) will be the keynote speaker at NDASA’s annual Conference & Trade Show in...
By Nadine Wentzell, NDASA member and owner of Nadine Wentzell Consulting, Inc., a workplace drug, alcohol and cannabis consultancy in Halifax, Nova Scotia. My primary role as a workplace drug, alcohol and cannabis consultant is to educate. One of the key areas of this...
The National Drug & Alcohol Screening Association has had a major win today with language added to the MORE ACT that allows continued marijuana drug testing for DOT safety-sensitive workers! The MORE Act is an attempt to remove marijuana from the list of federally...
2021 NDASA Annual Conference
May 25-27, 2021 » St. Louis, Missouri