Great Lakes Biomedical    
25660 Dixie Hwy,
Perrysburg Ohio 43551

Department Of Transportation
Great Lakes Biomedical offers drug & alcohol testing for the Department of Transportation, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Federal Aviation Administration, HAZMAT & Pipeline, Federal Railroad Administration, and American Maritime Safety.

Great Lakes Biomedical can handle DOT and Drug Free Workplace testing consortiums for employers, and employees. We have a DOT certified random number generator with login access for employers to maintain their rosters. With our "web based" system all drug and alcohol testing results are stored electronically for easy access to your drug and alcohol statistics.

Great Lakes Biomedical will come on-site 24 hours a day for random, post-accident, and reasonable suspicion drug & alcohol tests.

All of our drug & alcohol collectors are DOT certified and DATIA accredited.
DATIA Accredited Collection Facility
DOT CERTIFIED
TRANSPORTATION WORKERS CREDENTIALS (TWI
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Great Lakes Biomedical in Perrysburg Ohio been officially approved as an Accredited Collection Facility by the Drug & Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA). This Accreditation means that their facility, operations and personnel meet the highest standards in areas such as regulatory compliance, company service standards, specimen handling, operational practices, business ethics, and facility equipment for drug and alcohol testing specimen collections. A primary requirement of the Accredited Collection Facility Program is that all personnel of

Great Lakes Biomedical have achieved Certified Professional Collector status.


According to DATIA’ s Executive Director, Laura E. Shelton, “As an Accredited Collection Facility, Great Lakes Biomedical’s clients can be assured that they are committed to offering superior collection services while adhering to the highest professional standards. We congratulate them on this achievement.”


Great Lakes Biomedical is proud that it employs collectors that have achieved the Certified Professional Collector (CPC) and/or Certified Professional Collector Trainer (CPCT) designations through the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA) Collector Certification Program. This rigorous certification program requires experience in performing specimen collections, training of collection personnel to become proficient in urine specimen collections for drug testing in the work place, as well as a comprehensive examination to test the proficiency level of the individual collector. By employing Certified Professional Collectors (CPC) and Certified Professional Collector Trainers (CPCT), Great Lakes Biomedical can ensure its clients that specimen collections are performed in a professional and consistent manner, maintaining confidentiality for the donor and security, integrity and control of the specimen.