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Lorri Smith
President and CEO, Integrity Testing and Safety Administrators and Certified Substance Abuse Program Administrator

Lorri Smith has been assisting employers since 1993 in procedural development, implementation and management of all aspects of regulatory compliance for workplace drug and alcohol testing. In 2002, to honor her commitment of providing quality drug and alcohol testing program management to employers, Ms. Smith founded Integrity Testing and Safety Administrators, Inc.


Ms. Smith is a Certified Substance Abuse Program Administrator (C-SAPA).  Few in this industry (about 115) have achieved this distinction. The proper administration of substance abuse programs has become a complex task. It demands knowledge, ability and skills in areas where the need for formal training, education and knowledge has not previously been established. The “consumer” for this service may have little or no understanding of the needs, yet must choose a “provider” who is truly knowledgeable.  Companies who hire or contract for the services of a C-SAPA have a standard of demonstrated capability with assurance that this individual is abreast of changing regulations and laws through the requirement of continuing education credits to maintain certification.


In addition, Ms. Smith is a Breath Alcohol Technician Trainer and Urine Collector Trainer for DOT compliance and is a Commissioner for the Substance Abuse Program Administration Certification Commission (SAPACC). Ms. Smith is also a Certified Medical Review Officer Assistant through the Medical Review Officer Certification Council (MROCC).


Dr. Martin Duke
Chief Medical Review Officer (MRO)

Martin Duke, MD, CMRO, received his Bachelor of Arts degree from New York University, his M.D. from New York Medical College, and is licensed in New York and New Jersey. He has been certified as an MRO by the Medical Review Officer Certification Council (MROCC) since the start of the certification program in 1992.


Before joining Integrity Testing, Dr. Duke was a staff physician and then the Chief Medical Officer at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey for the past 21 years. He was also the chief Medical Review Officer and overseer of their In-house Substance Abuse Compliance Program. While at the Agency he participated in the Annual FRA Substance Abuse Program inspections.


As the Chief Medical Officer of the Port Authority, Dr. Duke oversaw the multiple parameters of occupational medicine which included OSHA compliance, Workers Compensation evaluations, disability determinations, the Hearing Conservation Program and the Lead Surveillance Program. Dr. Duke was also deeply involved in medical evaluations and other aspects of health maintenance, as well as a special heavy metal testing program, for the employees who had worked at Ground Zero post 9/11.


Dr. Duke had worked with the DOT Drug and Alcohol Program since its inception. In 2001, he testified before the Department during its fact-finding sessions prior to the rewrite of 49 CFR Part 40.


Dr. Duke is a valuable member of the Integrity Testing staff as an MRO due to his past experience, vast knowledge of the DOT Workplace Drug & Alcohol Testing Program (49 CFR Part 40) and Modality Regulations, and his involvement with the Substance Abuse Program Administration Certification Commission (SAPACC) serving as Commissioner and past President.


Certified Medical Review Officer Assistants

Integrity MRO Assistants work hand-in-hand with the MRO. The MRO Assistant must be able to clearly distinguish between tasks that require the direct involvement of the MRO from those that can be performed by either the MRO or MRO Assistant. Best practices dictate MRO Assistants be trained and certified.  Integrity MRO Assistants have been trained through the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM) and the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA) and have achieved certification by the Medical Review Officer Certification Council (MROCC).


Trained Breath Alcohol Technicians (BAT) and Urine Collectors

All Integrity staff members are DOT trained BATs and urine collectors. All BATs and Collectors are required to complete annual training to keep current on his/her education and industry knowledge of the Department of Transportation and curriculum specified by the Office of Drug and Alcohol Policy and Compliance (ODAPC) for Urine Collector Guidelines and the Breath Alcohol Technician DOT Model Course. Integrity also has technicians certified by the required manufacturer as Factory Authorized Calibration Technicians.


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