ADAMS OHM has achieved certification as Nationally Accredited for Administration of Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs (NAADATP) by the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA) – one of only 49 companies worldwide.

Organizations that achieve NAADATP status are recognized for adhering to strict standards in areas of professional competency and conduct, procedural administration, confidentiality of records, testing administration and reporting, accountability, and client services. These organizations are recognized by potential clients and industry professionals as providing superior services in the field of drug & alcohol testing program management.


ADAMS OHM has on staff a certified Regional Certified Professional Collector Trainer (R-CPCT) for the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA). R-CPCTs are authorized to conduct the DATIA Certified Professional Collector (CPC) training course to specimen collectors.
All R-CPCTs have an average of 10 years experience performing collections and 6 years conducting urine specimen collection training.

Our R-CPCT has trained many individuals from all areas of the industry including hospitals, doctor’s offices and health clinics throughout the State of Michigan.


All ADAMS OHM collectors have achieved the status of Certified Professional Collector (CPC) through DATIA. CPCs are certified in all collections procedures including alternative specimen collections: hair, saliva, sweat patch, and alcohol.

All CPCs receive concentrated instruction on how to properly perform specimen collections in accordance with Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations, as well as collections for non-mandated companies. The training enables CPCs to satisfy the DOT qualification training and proficiency demonstration requirements.

All CPCs are also certified Breath Alcohol Technicians (BATs). BATs must undergo detailed training on the Evidential Breath Test (EBT) machines that are used to administer breath alcohol tests. This training meets all Department of Transportation (DOT) guidelines pertaining to demonstration requirements.


ADAMS OHM is proud to be a certified member of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) as qualified through the regional council of Michigan (MMBDC).

The MMBDC is a privately funded, non-profit, business development organization. Its primary objective is enhancing business opportunities and professional development. Membership includes 600 corporate members and 1,700 certified minority business enterprises. Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) suppliers can provide goods and services that are both cost and quality competitive. Simply put, the MMBDC is a credible, professional recognized organization that brings together suppliers and buyers for today’s diverse marketplace. For more visit the website at