What is a Verified Specimen Collector?
When you become a Verified Specimen Collector, Easler Education Inc. is providing you with credible, third-party verification that you can show employers, companies, and others that you have received the appropriate training and met or exceeded the minimum training requirements as required by state or federal law.
What Value Does the Verified Specimen Collector Seal Offer?
The drug and alcohol testing industry is both fiercely competitive and only lightly regulated. Setting yourself apart from the competition and proving to prospective customers through third party verification that you comply with the regulations may be the boost your business needs to win that next contract and grow your business to the next level.
- Employers are tasked by regulators to monitor their collection sites to ensure compliance, but most find it difficult to know what to look for and time consuming. Take one more task off of their plate with Verified Specimen Collector.
- Verified Specimen Collectors have the opportunity to be listed in our database of trusted providers, providing another avenue for prospective customers to find your business.
- We market the trust seal and provider list through online advertising, conferences, our website, and through other marketing avenues to drive traffic to your company.
- We actively market our Verified Specimen Collectors to recruiters, third-party administrators, employers who drug test like trucking and construction companies and tell them all about the industry and why it’s so important to only hire a Verified Specimen Collector.
- We provide online directly with your company information and a link back to your website to provide interested parties with your information.
- We will retain your training documents for five years, remind you when its time to have refresher training, and provide you with many other marketing tips and ideas that are related to your career or business.
What Does Verification Entail?
We will verify that the collector has the appropriate training, documentation, and expertise to perform the drug and alcohol testing services they offer to the public. If collectors do not meet the requirements, then they will have an opportunity to bring their training and documentation into compliance, but will not be verified and will not appear on the provider list until the requirements are met.