Creating Safer Workplace

Accurate will develop, implement, and manage a comprehensive substance abuse testing program that will be tailored to your company needs and in compliance with all Federal Regulations. We assign each client a dedicated account manager and all customer service representatives are highly trained to allow a quick response and resolution to any questions or concerns.

Our commitment to quality is measured by our client’s high ratings of our service. Our employees are placed through rigorous training to ensure our clients receive the highest level of service. Our rigorous employee training has allowed us to achieve a low error rate and zero cancelled tests. Our web-based system provides careful monitoring of our testing programs to ensure timely results reporting occurs. All of these activities demonstrate a commitment to continuous quality improvement.

Consortium/Third Party Administration (C/TPA)

Accurate provides complete drug and alcohol testing program management. Our services assist employers subject to the Department of Transportation (DOT) mandated testing requirements. We can also design a program with similar components for any non-regulated employer test program. Program management may include any of the following services: policy development or review of an existing policy; supervisor and/or employee training; coordination of drug testing (locating convenient collection sites, DHHS certified laboratory testing, and Medical Review Officer (MRO) services; Breath alcohol testing; computerized random selection and notification; Substance Abuse Professional referrals; follow-up testing program management; DOT audit assistance; and Management Information System (MIS) report preparation. In addition: our web-based scheduling and reporting system includes: Web-based employee appointment scheduler; customized web-based client reports; real time 24/7365 access; instant email notification of appointments; negative Results Reporting within 24 hours; computerized random selection Management system.

  • Consortium/Third Party Administration (C/TPA)

    Accurate provides complete drug and alcohol testing program management. Our services assist employers subject to the Department of Transportation (DOT) mandated testing requirements. We can also design a program with similar components for any non-regulated employer test program. Program management may include any of the following services: policy development or review of an existing policy; supervisor and/or employee training; coordination of drug testing (locating convenient collection sites, DHHS certified laboratory testing, and Medical Review Officer (MRO) services; Breath alcohol testing; computerized random selection and notification; Substance Abuse Professional referrals; follow-up testing program management; DOT audit assistance; and Management Information System (MIS) report preparation. In addition: our web-based scheduling and reporting system includes: Web-based employee appointment scheduler; customized web-based client reports; real time 24/7365 access; instant email notification of appointments; negative Results Reporting within 24 hours; computerized random selection Management system.

  • Specimen Collections

    We can perform urine specimen collections at your work site or our office or affiliate collection sites throughout the U.S. All of our collectors are experienced and trained specimen collectors in accordance with DOT 49 CFR Part 40 rules. The DOT requires a collector to be trained and qualified to perform collections and to be re-qualified every 5 years. Our collectors have all required training and certifications. Our collector’s certifications are on file for review.

  • Certified Breath Alcohol Testing

    Our Breath Alcohol Technicians are trained and qualified in accordance with DOT Part 40 and the modal rules. We also have on staff a Certified Breath Alcohol Technician Trainer. Accurate can administer breath alcohol testing at either your site or ours.

  • DHHS Certified Laboratory Testing

    Accurate is directly linked, through customized programming with each of our associated Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) certified laboratories to assure immediate and concise information. Our affiliate laboratories are certified by the DHHS. All urine specimens are analyzed at the laboratory with numerous quality control measures and released only after being reviewed by an experienced laboratory “certifying scientist” prior to being forwarded to the Medical Review Officer (MRO).

  • Medical Review Officer (MRO) Services

    Accurate will provide Medical Review Officer (“MRO”) services in compliance with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations. The primary responsibility of the MRO physician is to review, evaluate and interpret drug test results from the laboratory. Positive test results must be carefully evaluated to determine any alternative medical explanation. Proper research is conducted before producing conclusions. Federal guidelines are strictly followed. Our experienced affiliate Medical Doctors have over twenty years in this business and they are certified by the American Association of Medical Review Officers (AAMRO) and the Medical Review Officer Certification Council (MROCC).

  • Random Testing / Program Administration

    Accurate will generate random drug and alcohol test selections, notifications, and management of random pools for employers. Employees are selected for random testing through a computerized random selection program on a monthly or quarterly basis. An employer may elect to have their employees placed in their own individual pool or placed in a larger multi-employer pool with other employers’ employees. We can work with complex employee pooling requirements, irregular selection frequencies, and other program requirements.

  • Policy Development Review

    A clearly written drug and alcohol policy that communicates the employer’s expectation of the employee regarding controlled substance and alcohol use in your workplace is essential. can

    Accurate assist with policy development or review of an existing policy. The policy should discuss prohibited conduct; include the circumstances under which the employee will be subject to testing; available resources for self-identifying an employee’s need for assistance with controlled substances and alcohol related issues; and any consequences for violating the employer policy.

  • Previous Employer Drug and Alcohol Inquiry

    A drug and alcohol history check of the applicants/drivers you hire to perform safety sensitive functions must be conducted within 30 days of the employment date. Accurate can make the required drug and alcohol inquiries on your behalf and provide documentation of the “good faith” effort in obtaining the information.

    As the employer, you must also ask the employee whether he or she has tested positive, or refused to test, on any pre-employment drug or alcohol test administered by an employer to which the employee applied for, but did not obtain, safety-sensitive transportation work covered by DOT drug and alcohol testing rules during the past two years. If the employee admits that he or
    she had a positive test or a refusal to test, you must not use the employee to perform safety-sensitive functions for you, until and unless the employee documents successful completion of the return-to-duty process, 49 CFR Part 40 Subpart O.

  • Drug and Alcohol Testing Inquiries to Previous Employer

    Employers subject to federal drug and alcohol testing regulations must obtain a drug and alcohol testing history on employees that will perform safety sensitive duties. This documentation should be obtained within 30 days of hiring a safety-sensitive employee. Our forms will allow you to obtain and document all necessary information to ensure your new employees are in good standing. We can make the required drug and alcohol inquiries on your behalf and provide documentation of inquiry results or of the “good faith” effort in obtaining the information or we will provide you with the necessary forms to document your good faith efforts in obtaining this information.

  • Substance Abuse Professional (SAP)

    The Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) is a person who evaluates employees who have violated a DOT drug and alcohol program regulation and makes recommendations concerning education, treatment and follow-up testing. We provide a list of certified SAPs to allow you to choose one when required.

    Our list of referral SAPs have knowledge of and clinical experience in the diagnosis and treatment of substance abuse-related disorders and understand how the SAP role relates to the special responsibilities employers have for ensuring safety. This referral list of SAPs have received qualification training and have completed an examination given by a nationally recognized professional or training organization that comprehensively covers all the elements required for the qualification training.

  • Management Information Systems (MIS) Reporting

    Management Information System reports apply to DOT testing only. There are varying requirements for MIS reporting depending on the mode of transportation the employer is regulated by. Transportation modes include FMCSA, FAA, FTA, FRA, PHMSA and Coast Guard. The MIS report is statistical data compiled yearly by the company that is based on the company’s drug and alcohol testing. The data includes the annual number of tests conducted, reasons for testing, information on positive results and what drugs caused the positive results. We provide this report to each DOT regulated company on an annual basis; however, some modes do not require you provide such information to the agency unless requested.

  • Blind Proficiency Testing

    A proficiency test is a specimen of known value submitted to test the laboratory’s accuracy. A comparison is made between the known value and the laboratory result. Any differences between the known values and laboratory results shall be reported immediately. Such samples are submitted to a laboratory to ensure the integrity of the laboratory testing process. Blind specimens are pooled human urine that is certified by a DHHS certified laboratory for drug content. Proficiency specimens shall be documented and provided should an inspector requests such. Any differences between the known values and laboratory results shall be reported immediately.