How to Become Nationally Accredited for Administration of Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs

REQUIREMENTS FOR BECOMING A NATIONALLY ACCREDITED DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING PROGRAM PROVIDER

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To be recognized as Nationally Accredited for Administration of Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs, each company must meet the following requirements:
1.    Company principal(s)/owner(s) must be currently employed in a position with active participation in drug and alcohol testing program management.
2.    Successful completion of the DATIA Advanced Drug Testing Management Course or the Consortia/Third Party Administrator Best Practices Course by the company principal(s)/owner(s).
3.    Company principal(s)/owner(s) shall sign and adhere to the Standards and Code of Conduct for Drug and Alcohol Testing Program Management.
4.    Company shall maintain Errors and Omissions Insurance covering drug and alcohol testing with a minimum of $500,000 coverage.

Companies with 1-10 employees are required to have one (1) principal/owner take the online Advanced Drug Testing Management Course or the Consortia/Third Party Administrator Best Practices Course. Companies with 11+ employees are required to have two (2) principals/owners meet the above requirements. In addition, for companies with multiple office locations, there must be one (1) principal/owner that has attended the Advanced Drug Testing Management Course or the Consortia/Third Party Administrator Best Practices for a maximum of three (3) office locations within a 100-mile radius.