J.J. Keller becomes third-party administrator for drug/alcohol testing

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J. J. Keller & Associates has announced that it is now a third-party administrator for drug and alcohol testing. The move adds collection site management, appointment scheduling, laboratory and MRO services, test result processing and invoice consolidation to the company’s drug and alcohol program management service.

Highlights of the new service, according to J.J. Keller, include:

  • 48-hour turnaround on negative test results;
  • Extensive network of collection sites;
  • Proactive procurement of all chain of custody forms;
  • Real-time status tracking;
  • Stringent data security;
  • Prompt, proactive communication on all time-sensitive results;
  • Invoice reconciliation and consolidation; and
  • Focus on personal service.
  • “We designed our program to address the difficulties companies have faced in administering their testing programs,” says Scot Rambo, senior manager of outsource services for Neenah, Wis.-based J.J. Keller. “By coupling state-of-the-art technology with the personal, proactive service that J.J. Keller is known for, we are able to offer a unique, service-oriented outsourcing solution.”

    J.J. Keller says its umbrella service, Drug and Alcohol Program Management, is a comprehensive outsourcing solution for companies who maintain pre-employment, random, reasonable suspicion and/or post-incident controlled substances testing programs. Specializing in both DOT and non-DOT programs, Keller’s service offering includes the following:

  • Company policy review and development;
  • Drug and alcohol file auditing and retention;
  • Drug pool management;
  • Random selections;
  • Third-party administration;
  • Statistical reporting;
  • Training and advisory services; and
  • 24/7 post-accident testing.
  • Keller will provide a free, no-obligation consultation to review a company’s current drug and alcohol program and determine what improvements can be made. For more information, go to www.jjkeller.com.

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