What are Contractor responsibilities under the NASAP?
1. Establishing a business relation with a NASAP TPA.
2. Having employees sign a one-time Global Release form and sending these to the selected TPA.
3. Ensuring that employees are active in the NASAP database by doing a drug screen look-upbefore sending workers for substance abuse testing and/or the worksite. (Note: manufacturers may use gate-check procedures to ensure NASAP eligibility. Non-eligible employees will be denied access.)
Ongoing compliance includes conducting random and other required tests per the TPA, ensuring that Contractor employee rosters are updated to the TPA at least monthly upon TPA request, ensuring that employees new to the NASAP have signed global consent forms sent to the TPA, etc.