Classification A ($550): Any firm or corporation, with 6 or more employees, primarily engaged in the administration of workplace substance abuse programs or the supply of products and services ancillary to the substance abuse prevention industry. This category includes, but is not limited to, in-house administrators, consortium, other third-party program administrators, vendors (such as producers and manufacturers of equipment or products related to biochemical testing services; drug testing laboratories; medical, mental health, and employee assistance service providers; or collection sites), and government entities. A firm or corporation may join in its own right or as a part of a larger corporate umbrella structure that is a member, but Class A membership is limited to no more than 10 employee representatives. Each organizational member is entitled to one vote.
Classification B ($175): Any firm or corporation only engaged in specimen collection services (including alcohol testing or POCT services), government entity or a not-for-profit organization with a significant interest in the prevention of substance abuse and who does not derive the main source of its income from the provision of drug and alcohol testing programs, or small vendors (as outlined in Class A) and service agents with 5 employees or less. Class B membership is limited to no more than 5 employee representatives. Each organizational member is entitled to one vote.