Program Management And Record Keeping Made Easy
What Is A Third-Party Administrator?
A Third Party Administrator or TPA is a service agency that manages some or all of your drug and alcohol, or health and wellness programs.
The logistics and regulations involved with DOT regulated and non DOT drug and alcohol testing can be daunting. Outsourcing those responsibilities to a TPA can save you time and money.
With BODT, we become your trusted partner: handling record maintenance, random selection, background checks, post-accident protocols, and more. Employers can more effectively manage employee screening requirements and hiring under one comprehensive service umbrella.
We can connect you with onsite collection services, a clinic for collections, and occupational health services almost anywhere in the country. Butterfield Testing Solutions is relationship-driven which means you will never be just a transaction to us.
We ensure that our record-keeping is organized, quickly accessible, and easily updatable as we take care of your drug testing needs. Call us today or fill our TPA and Protocol form to begin working with Butterfield today.
Why Use Butterfield Third Party Administrator Services?
Saves You Time
Let our TPA specialists do the work so you can get back to the business you do best.
Saves You Money
Benefit from our expertise and competitive rates.
Keeps You Compliant
Our watchful eye can guide you through DOT audits and help avoid costly penalties.
Record Keeping/DOT Compliance
We’ll manage your records and assure DOT compliance.
Random Program Management
We can set up your random testing program and manage it completely.
Drug & Alcohol Background Checks
Let us help protect your company by clearing any potential new hires.
We’ll make sure your company has all the tools to hire the best.
Join a consortium today and enjoy the benefits of a drug-free workplace
Your Company and Your Business Matters To Us
We stress the importance of building relationships with our clients and our collectors tell us that this is what they like most about their job. At the end of the day, it’s the people that matter.