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Integrity Testing and Safety Administrators Menu of Services:


> Drug and Alcohol Testing

> Medical Review Officer Services

> Nationwide Collection Site Management

> Student Drug Testing



> Drug and Alcohol Program Management

> Policy and Procedure Development

> Random Selection Management

> Consortium Services

> DOT Required Management Information System (MIS) Reporting

Workplace Medical Surveillance

> Employment Physicals

> Executive Physicals

> Independent Medical Examinations

> Physical Capacity Assessments

> Respirator Fit Testing

> Immunizations/Vaccinations



> CD Sales/Training

> Supervisor Training

> Recurrent Training

> Employee Drug Alcohol Awareness Training Education

> Administrator Education Training for Designated Employer Representative (DER)

> DOT Urine Collection

> Breath Alcohol Technician Training (BAT)



  • Drug and Alcohol Testing

    Integrity is experienced in all aspects of drug and alcohol testing and offers standard DOT and substance abuse panels for drug-free workplace testing.


    Specimens including urine, hair, oral fluid, saliva (for alcohol) and point of collection testing can be incorporated to maximize the effectiveness of a detection program. Expanded opiate panels, medical professional panels, adulterant testing and customized cut-off levels are also available.


    Integrity’s automated downloading from numerous laboratories directly to our customized reporting software makes for fast and accurate results reporting back to the employer. [back to top]


  • Medical Review Officer Services

    A key part of Integrity’sservices involve the use of our certified Medical Review Officer (MRO). The MRO function is an indispensable and required component of all our laboratory testing procedures. Martha J. Shadel D.O., certified MRO and CAQ in Occupational Medicine, is a member of our staff, on-site and readily available. [back to top]


  • Nationwide Collection Site Management

    Integrity’s resources include a database of over 8,000 collection facilities nationwide that include clinics and lab patient service centers to provide in-house, on-site, and after-hours drug and alcohol testing services. The sites used have been screened to ensure all urine drug collectors and breath alcohol technicians are trained in accordance with DOT urine collection and alcohol testing guidelines. Integrity will coordinate and oversee the collections performed by sites within the network and manage any issues and billing of services for the employer. [back to top]


  • Student Drug Testing

    Typically, students tested are those who:


    • participate in the school athletic programs
    • are engaged in competitive, extracurricular, school-sponsored activities
    • have provided written consent to participate in a random drug testing program with parental or guardian consent


    Integrity can assist schools in developing effective student testing programs and aid in the application of federal grant funds. [back to top]


  • DNA Testing

    DNA profiling (also called DNA testing, DNA typing, or genetic fingerprinting) is a technique employed by forensic scientists to assist in the identification of individuals on the basis of their respective DNA profiles. Although 99.9% of human DNA sequences are the same in every person, enough of the DNA is different to distinguish one individual from another. Integrity offers DNA testing for Paternity, Ancestry, and Relationship Testing. [back to top]




  • Drug and Alcohol Program Management

    Integrity utilizes state-of-the art custom software to manage your substance abuse testing program. The automated functionality of this software program enables Integrity to efficiently administer multi-faceted substance abuse testing programs for our clients. Features include customized reporting capabilities, client specific comprehensive data feeds, detailed documentation reports for audit preparedness, and individual notifications for random and follow-up testing programs. You name it and we can design a report to meet your program demands. [back to top]


  • Policy and Procedure Development

    Integrity is able to assist employers in new policy development or review of existing policies to ensure compliance with federal regulations and/or state law. Integrity has aligned itself with the top legal authorities on drug testing in the country for current and accurate information on state laws and defensible testing procedures for union and non-union environments. [back to top]


  • Random Selection Management

    Integrity utilizes a sophisticated selection program which meets federal and state requirements that can be tailored to industry specific or employer requirements when selecting employees for random testing. Electronic importing of employee information directly into our system guarantees accuracy and reduced effort on your part.


    Historical information of each person selected and tested is maintained allowing us to quickly identify any testing not performed. A reminder notice will then be issued to make certain all testing is completed and your annual testing goal is achieved. [back to top]


  • Consortium Services

    Integrity registers your company in a pool with many other safety sensitive employees. This collection of employees, called a consortium, is managed in accordance with federal requirements 49 CFR Part 40. Your enrollment in this consortium is a key element in meeting the federal regulations. While enrolled in the consortium you have full access to our knowledgeable staff.


    Integrity’s goal is to keep this often confusing process as simple as possible for our busy clients. Our goal as an educator is consistent for organizations of all sizes. We take your compliance seriously and will walk you through the regulatory maze. Integrity has earned the respect of state and federal auditors as a “no shortcut” program administrator. The program gives you access to:


    • pre-employment testing
    • computerized random selection and certification
    • supervisor, DER and employee training
    • statistical reporting
    • MRO (medical review officer) review
    • collection site network
    • 24 hour emergency support line


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  • DOT Required Management Information System (MIS) Reporting

    While employers are ultimately responsible for meeting the DOT mandate for annual MIS reporting, Integrity will support you in the preparation of these reports by using the data collected by our computer system, the data provided by the laboratory and your drug and alcohol testing records to compile and complete the required reporting. [back to top]


Workplace Medical Surveillance


  • Employment Physicals

    Integrity provides pre-employment physical examinations, periodically required medical examinations (e.g. DOT exams, school bus driver exams and fire department physicals), Fitness for Duty, as well as life insurance examinations. [back to top]


  • Executive Physicals


  • Independent Medical Examinations

    Independent Medical Exams (IMEs) provide second opinions on the diagnosis and appropriate treatment of your employees. They allow your company to give appropriate assistance to workers and make fair decisions on their claims. A wide variety of doctors are approved to perform IMEs. IMEs may also include impairment ratings. Dr. Martha J. Shadel has been trained by SEAK to provide on-site IME services. Dr. Shadel, who has earned a CAQ in Occupational Medicine, has been trained by the ACOEM in the use of the American Medical Association’s Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, 6th Edition. [back to top]


  • Physical Capacity Assessments

    Physical Capacity Assessments are used as a tool to measure an individual’s ability to perform essential tasks on a safe and dependable basis as required by the job description. This aids an employer in identifying a candidate that is best suited for a specific job function. [back to top]


  • Respirator Fit Testing

    If an employer chooses to implement the use of a respirator, OSHA requires that the employer has a written program in place. The written program should identify the following elements as applicable:


    • Procedures for selecting respirators in the workplace.
    • Medical Evaluations of employees required to use respirators.
    • Fit Testing procedures for tight-fitting respirators.
    • Procedures for proper use of respirators in routine and emergency situations.
    • Procedures and schedules for cleaning and maintenance.
    • Employee Education and Training


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  • Immunizations/Vaccinations

    Integrity offers Hepatitis A & B series injections, Titer tests, MMR and TB screening to name a few. [back to top]



  • Supervisor Training

    Integrity will train your supervisors to understand the effects and consequences of drug and alcohol abuse as it affects personal health, safety, and the workplace environment. Supervisors will also learn the signs and symptoms (behavioral cues) that may indicate drug use and abuse. Integrity will train them to become confident and better prepared to handle real-world situations according to regulations and your company policy. DOT and Drug-Free Workplace sessions are available. [back to top]


  • Recurrent Training

    Recurrent training and education is mandated by some Federal transportation modes as well as by some states. Even if not a requirement by law or rule, Integrity believes recurrent training is paramount to instilling confidence and consistency within a program and a cornerstone to maintain its effectiveness. Recurrent training can be provided as needed for employees, supervisors, or administrators keeping them up-to-date and informed on their role in your company’s testing program. [back to top]


  • Employee Drug & Alcohol Awareness Training & Education

    Integrity will train and educate your employees about the effects of substance abuse, the requirements of your drug-free workplace or DOT program, why it is important to remain drug-free, and where they can go if they seek additional assistance. Integrity believes employee education is paramount to the success of your testing program. Informed employees take more responsibility and have more faith in your drug-free workplace efforts. [back to top]


  • Administrator Education/Training for Designated Employer Representative (DER)

    A Designated Employer Representative (DER) is a representative from your organization who is responsible for the day to day activities and responsibilities of the workplace testing program. Knowledge of the DOT regulations is vital when making decisions on testing issues, employees who test positive or refuse to test, how to complete testing of randomly selected employees, and a myriad of other duties charged to the employer by the regulations. Integrity will train and educate your DER on the details of 49 CFR Part 40, but also to the regulatory nuances your industry mandates. Oftentimes, the DER wears many hats for the company and inherited the role having no former experience with testing regulations or procedures. This course is a step by step process in acquiring the knowledge necessary to make critical decisions for the organization and its commitment to safety. [back to top]


  • DOT Urine Collection

    Qualification for individuals that perform urine specimen for the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) mandated drug testing program is required. Integrity’s collector qualification program consists of a comprehensive curriculum that exceeds the requirements specified by the DOT. Our trainers will teach the individual collector that their role as collector is pivotal to the integrity of the collection process. For instance, Integrity trainers are “active” collectors and offer real life experience to the pitfalls that may occur during a collection. Integrity trainers can also give perspective to those abnormal scenarios since all of our trainers have background in working with an MRO. Another added benefit Integrity offers is on site training for a one-on-one atmosphere that can not be received from on-line or book training. [back to top]


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  • Breath Alcohol Technician (BAT) Training

    Certification is required for all individuals who perform breath alcohol testing for U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) safety sensitive employees. Integrity offers training on the following Intoximeter breath units; RBT-IV, Alco-Monitor CC and the ASV-IV with memory. Integrity trainers are “active” breath alcohol technicians and offer real life experience in all aspects of the alcohol testing process. The individual will learn the ins and outs of the alcohol testing process and their specific equipment to perform tests accurately and with integrity. Training is available on location for convenience. [back to top]


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