There are numerous reasons to become a member. The benefits and description are highlighted below.
Keep informed with the latest compliance requirements and trends in the industry. As a member you will receive newsletters, emails and have access to the members portal to view the latest compliance requirements and trends in the industry.
Be part of the association that represents your industry to Government and Standards. Workplace Drug Testing Association are often involved or asked to represent the industry with various Governing bodies and legislative processes.
Receive recognition for being part of the representative association for this industry in Australia. Provide your clients with confidence that they are using the best the industry has to offer.
Participate in industry improvements for education, quality and technology. As a member you will have access to industry leaders as well as the latest industry improvements for eucation, quality and technology.
Establish connections with like-minded industry participants. As a member you will be able to connect and discuss your business with other business owners. Learn from those that have achieved the goals you are aiming for.
Here’s what our happy members had to say about our services:
Royal Medical Supplies joined the WDTA due to frustration with the existing standards and relevant accreditation bodies. The WDTA is a welcome collective of highly experienced drug testing organisations and individuals and I highly recommend this association to anyone in the workplace drug testing industry.
Royal Medical Supplies Pty Ltd
We joined WDTA because we felt it was important to be part of a united industry body, promoting the interests of members for compliance and dealings with various government agencies. WDTA has quickly established a foothold in this regard with representation on various Australian Standards Committees and presentations to the Senate
Fit 4 Duty Pty Ltd
Safework Laboratories has been a member for the WDTA since its inception in 2017. We felt that there was a need to have an industry body that represented those organisations that do onsite workplace drug testing and SWL has been delighted to see the interest in our new association as well as the high profile it has achieved. In the short existence of the WDTA, it has been an influential advisor and committee member advising on new Australian Standards that are directly applicable to workplace drug testing, it has been asked to present to a Senate Enquiry as well other political events, but equally importantly it has provided a forum whereby those companies that work in this space can interact and work in a collaborative way to support and help each other on areas of mutual interest.
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