Verified Credentials, Inc. Earns Third Party Administrator Certification from SAPAA

LAKEVILLE, MN – June 14, 2013 – Verified Credentials, Inc., the leader in background screening since 1984, announced today it has received its certification as a Certified Third Party Administrator (TPA) through the Substance Abuse Program Administrators Association (SAPAA), an industry organization focused on standards and professionalism for workplace substance abuse prevention programs.

As a certified SAPAA TPA, Verified Credentials has demonstrated their knowledge and expertise by having on staff a Certified Substance Abuse Program Administrator (C-SAPA), which is the highest certification for an individual in the drug testing industry. Furthermore, Verified Credentials has also demonstrated their commitment to ongoing training as it relates to the drug testing industry.

Through member-exclusive services, Verified Credentials will receive education and resources, including SAPAA’s quarterly newsletter, “SAPAA Works,” which covers legislative updates, news and reports. Other benefits of SAPAA membership include opportunities to participate in the association’s:

– Annual Conference
– Training Institute webinars
– Value-added programs
– Compliance resources
– Professional networking events

“We are proud to be a new member and certified TPA of the Substance Abuse Program Administrators Association, which is a recognized authority in the drug testing industry,” said Steve Milhalik, Senior Vice President of Sales at Verified Credentials, Inc. “Substance abuse awareness and the reduction of alcohol and drug use in the workplace is necessary to keep workers safe. Our SAPAA membership and certification will make it even easier to stay on top of industry trends and compliance, strengthening our clients’ peace of mind that they are taking all necessary precautions to protect their staff and resources.”

About Verified Credentials, Inc.
The leader in background screening since 1984, Verified Credentials delivers background screening solutions with industry-leading speed and accuracy, combined with unparalleled customer service. With more than 29 years of experience and knowledge in background screening and more than 40 products and services available, Verified Credentials goes the extra mile to streamline the background screening process, saving time and ultimately money. For more information on Verified Credentials, call 800.473.4934 FREE or visit our website at www.verifiedcredentials.com.

The Substance Abuse Program Administrators Association mission is to establish, promote, and communicate the highest standards of quality, integrity, and professionalism in the administration of workplace substance abuse prevention programs through education, training and the exchange of ideas.

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