WDTC provides access to drug testing centers nationwide
There must be a portion of Murphy's law that states drivers will find themselves in remote areas when a situation arises requiring a DOT drug test. Fortunately, Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC) has access to a network of more than 17,000 drug testing centers across the USA for convenient post-accident and random drug and alcohol testing.
Dependable access to drug testing centers is a major challenge for many owner-operators as well as larger transportation companies. WDTC minimizes this headache by making it as easy as possible for drivers to locate drug testing centers near their location.
Drivers and load coordinators can use WDTC's web portal to access information on nearby drug testing centers, or simply call us with your location and our team will find the closest collection site. The driver will receive a text with the information so it is readily available on their phone.
Lowest prices for draws at drug testing centers
DOT regulations give drivers a narrow window of time for a drug and alcohol test, making it even more important to identify drug testing centers near their location. In addition to providing this site location service at no additional charge, WDTC offers the lowest testing price in the industry at just $48.50 per test.
Our national network of drug testing center is also useful for pre-employment tests when recruiting drivers outside your local area. We use a completely electronic process that is more efficient than the manual processes prevalent in the industry, and we can do on-site testing for an additional fee as well.
Simplify your internal processes by allowing WDTC to help you arrange tests for your drivers through the network of drug testing centers across the USA that they have access to.
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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