Look for ADT at the National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association’s national conference
The Accredited Drug Testing team is looking forward to meeting you at the National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association’s (NDASA) annual national conference, coming up May 4-6 in Indianapolis. The three-day event of professional learning and networking is aimed at developing knowledge and expertise in the fields of drug and alcohol testing, workplace safety and public safety.
NDASA is the voice of the United States’ drug and alcohol screening industry. The organization is on a mission “to advocate for safe and drug-free workplaces and communities through legislative advocacy, education, training and excellence in drug and alcohol screening services.” ADT is a silver sponsor of the conference, and our team members, backed by more than 30 years of industry experience, will be among those leading exhibits and professional training at the conference. ADT is also proud to announce that President and Chief Executive Officer James Greer, who currently serves as chairman of NDASA, recently was re-elected to serve another three-year term at the organization’s helm, which he will begin at the conference.
Chairman Jim Greer stated, "I’m honored to have been reelected Chairman of the association and re-elected to the board of directors by the membership. I am excited for the future of NDASA and look forward to its continued growth, the promotion of our governmental advocacy initiatives and enhancing our Industry training programs and member benefits."
This year’s conference features an array of presentations from respected industry leaders and featured speakers, including (Ret.) U.S. Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey, a former director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, and Dan Schneider, a grieving father and activist at the center of the critically acclaimed Netflix docuseries, “The Pharmacist.” The conference’s trade show is expected to attract more than 400 attendees and is specifically designed to help vendors working in the drug and alcohol screening industry extend their reach and deepen their business relationships.
When employers, human resources managers, business start-ups, drug-testing providers, safety managers and Designated Employer Representatives have questions about the creation and maintenance of drug-free workplace policies and programs, they turn to ADT for the answers. Our team members will be at the NDASA conference in trade show booth 29 to provide industry information and showcase our training and consultation services.