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Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium

1805 Allouez Avenue Suite 3
Green Bay, Wisconsin - 54311 United States
Phone: 888-784-8842
Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium

Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDT) was established in 2001 as an advocate for small business and to serve businesses’ drug testing needs. WDT specializes in Third Party Administration (TPA) Consortium Management, urine testing, hair testing, oral fluid testing, finger nail testing and paternity DNA testing.

Post-Accident Testing a Must for Businesses

Post-Accident Testing a Must for Businesses

WDTC Helps Businesses Stay Compliant With Federal RegulationsWith summer coming the number of work-related accidents increase and when there is an accident on the job, time is of the essence. It is important to make sure the employee receives any…

For DOT Owner Operators Consortiums Are a Good Fit

For DOT Owner Operators Consortiums Are a Good Fit

Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium Aids Businesses of All SizesWhether a truck fleet has one rig or 100, the same DOT rules apply. That includes the same requirement regarding drug testing. For DOT owner operators consortiums are a great option since…

WDTC Takes Away Drug Testing Worries

CDL/DOT Drug Testing for Seasonal Employment and New Hires OfferedFinding qualified employees can be a challenge for transportation companies. Once you have the ideal candidate, with the right skills and experience, the next step is making sure they are drug-free…

WDTC a Trusted Partner for Drug Testing Needs

Let Us Manage Your DOT Consortium Management and Employer ResponsibilitiesSafety is a top concern for transportation companies. Whether it is making sure equipment is in working order, employees are properly trained or drivers are substance-free, there is a lot to…

WDTC Offers Convenient Mandatory Supervisor Training

Managers Need to Learn How to Spot Drivers' Drug, Alcohol AbuseThe rules and regulations — especially those involving employee alcohol and drug testing — that transportation companies need to follow can be daunting. Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC) offers mandatory…

Remember to Include Consortium Renewals and Enrollment on Your To-Do List

Transportation providers have a firm set of rules and regulations they must adhere to, including maintaining a drug-free workforce. Federal rules require transportation employees are tested for drugs before they can begin working and are included in a pool of…


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