Random Candidate Selection Service
Fair and unbiased results guaranteed
Let us ease your workload and provide your random candidate selections for you!
* Results returned in one business day!
The cost of this service is based on the number of people in the candidate pool.
Over 1000? Call us for bulk discount
Why Use TATSoftApps' Drug and Alcohol Random Candidate Selection Service?
Enjoy peace of mind and be sure you are complying with Federal and Industry mandated standards for drug and alcohol testing programs.
We offer this service as a third party entity, separating you from the random drug selection process of your employees. This service also eliminates any question of bias from your employees.
Our Random Selection Service follows the mandated governmental guidelines:
The cornerstone of every substance abuse deterrence program is verifiable, unbiased random selection. When choosing participants for a random test, the drug testing random selection software used should ensure unbiased selections. It should be a double-blind selection method, one in which neither the administrators nor the participants can predict or affect the outcome. The random selection software used should not examine participants ID numbers, length of service, social security numbers, nor should it take into account how many times, when, or whether participants have been tested in the past. Each random selection is completely unaware of every previous random selection.
Once you purchase the service from our products page simply submit your personnel list to us at email@example.com. We will perform the random drug or alcohol selection using your file with our RandomizeIT software. We will then email you back a the list of randomly chosen candidates within 1 business day!
Give us a call if you have any questions about any aspect of our random selection service. You can call us at (850) 686-5522. You will be connected with one of our product specialists, not a sales person.
* Assuming a valid comma separated value (CSV) file is provided upon which to administer the random selection process.