Fall is the time for DOT consortium renewal decisions
The fourth quarter is here, which means it is DOT consortium renewal time in addition to open enrollment period for healthcare plans. Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC) provides national collection capabilities and competitive pricing that make DOT drug and alcohol compliance testing efficient and cost-effective for owner-operators and larger companies alike.
Questions to ask regarding DOT consortium renewal
Testing site availability is one of several key differentiators you should review when you make your DOT consortium renewal decision. Here are some questions you should ask your consortium:
What is your accreditation?
WDTC is an accredited, Certified Third Party Administrator (C-TPA), with training completed through the Drug and Alcohol Testing Institute. We focus on staying up to date with DOT drug compliance testing protocols so our clients can be confident they are meeting all DOT compliance regulations.
What is included with your DOT consortium fees?
This is a tricky one, because some consortiums and major medical facilities have hidden fees that don't appear until you get your bill. You may also receive separate bills for specific services such as collection site fees, lab work and medical review officer (MRO) fees. You should see these charges together on one bill so you know all services are included.
WDTC offers owner-operators an annual consortium fee that covers all random testing fees that come up during the year so you don't have to worry about extra invoices. You're covered. Just get the test done and return to the road. (The annual fee does not cover breath alcohol tests.)
How long has your consortium been in business?
WDTC was established in 2001. Former U.S. Army medic Mike Bray purchased the company in 2007. WDTC is proud to be a veteran-owned business operating throughout the USA.
Call us today to begin your DOT consortium renewal process.
About Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium
Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium is an accredited, Certified Third Party Administrator (C-TPA), and specializes in consortium management; a variety of drug testing methods, including urine, hair and fingernails;
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