Getting a complete picture of a candidate’s criminal history is often more complex than people think. At Athena Compliance Testing (ACT), we make it easy for you to make fast, more accurate, and safer hiring decisions through a combination of robust services, solutions, and technology.


Maintaining a safe and productive work environment is critical for businesses and employees. ACT’s Drug and Health Screening services offer comprehensive pre-and post-hire drug screening, alcohol tests, health screenings, and DOT services to help your company stay compliant and meet work policy requirements.


Designed to help you mitigate this risk. Identity verification is a simple process where candidates verify that the information they provided about themselves, such as their name and date of birth, is indeed their own. This allows employers to verify that candidates are in fact who they claim to be.

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Our industry-leading background and identity services help you navigate uncertainty and create safer environments for your employees, customers, and partners around the globe.

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Partner with one of the industry leaders in speed and quality to help streamline your compliance workflows and provide a positive candidate experience while protecting your business, customers and the public.



From background checks, drug testing, and verifications to monitoring and credentialing, we deliver automated solutions through a single core platform that includes integrations for Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) Monitoring and Driver Qualification File (DQF).

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Consider what happens if an accident occurs. Prime contractors generally try to ensure subcontractors have workers’ compensation insurance. But, if an injury is determined to be drug-related and a subcontractor’s coverage falls short of covering costs, other parties to the construction project and/or equipment or materials in use also may become responsible for costs. There is also the possibility of costly litigation, project delays, and damaged public trust and reputation. Regular drug testing in all situations is a solid risk- and cost-reduction strategy.



Any individual or company that employs workers who perform flight duties such as pilots, flight attendants, flight instructors, aircraft dispatchers, maintenance workers, ground security, and air traffic controllers must stay in line with FAA drug testing as required by the DOT.



Most public employees are subject to random drug and alcohol testing based upon credentials or special licenses they hold. For instance, employees who hold a commercial drivers license (CDL) are subject to the Federal Department of Transportation Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Program. For drug and alcohol tests of those employees, public employers should comply with the procedures in the federal regulations.

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