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Dun & Bradstreet
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Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association
DATIA's mission is to represent the drug and alcohol testing industry in Washington, DC on key legislative and regulatory issues. Their goal is to expand the workplace drug and alcohol testing market while providing members with information, resources, and benefits important to their operations; and to promote the highest possible standards for the industry. Member since May 2006. DATIA Certificate
The Substance Abuse Program Administrators Association
SAPAA's 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. Member since May 2006. SAPAA Certificate
Montana Motor Carriers Association (MMCA)
The MMCA has served as the voice for Montana's trucking industry since 1939. MMCA is a trade association dedicated to the furtherance of the trucking industry's goals and interests in Montana and the United States. Member since July 2006.
North Dakota Motor Carriers Association, Inc.(NDMCA)
NDMCA's mission is to promote and represent the Motor Carrier Industry in North Dakota. NDMCA is a statewide non-profit, non-political trade association representing the interests of all types of private or for hire trucking companies. NDMCA is our voice in the North Dakota State Legislature. Member since August 2006.
Montana Highway Patrol Association
Promoting citizenship, a drug free life, and safety in automobile use through interaction with youth, community service, and donations to charitable causes. The Montana Highway Patrol, in adopting this early symbol of 3-7-77, honors the first men in the Montana Territory who organized the safety and welfare of the people. Supporting since 2006.
API – Williston Basin Chapter
Our corporate members, from the largest major oil company to the smallest of independents, come from all sectors of the industry. They are producers, refiners, suppliers, pipeline operators, as well as service and supply companies that support all segments of the industry. Williston API members are committed to develop and adhere to the highest level industry standards, protect the environment, and lead in health and safety performance. Supporting since 2011.
API – MonDak Chapter
API promotes fellowship and professional development of their members through thte exchange of operational experience, operations oriented meeting programs, and a variety of educational, industry service and community service projects. MonDak API is one of the more proactive associations in the country and is comprised largely of industry professionals who have lived in the area for a long period of time. API recognizes that pressures arise on infrastructure, traffic, population, housing and cost of living in a community. These oilfield professionals are coming to this community to unlock the area's natural resources and deliver them to the market. Supporting since 2012.
Three Affiliated Tribes
The Tribal Council approved a resolution and ordinance that enabled the tribe to exercise their inherent sovereign powers by imposing Indian Preference on employers working on or near the jurisdictional boundaries of the Three Affiliated Tribes. Although Tribal ordinances are sufficient, it has been found that TEROs can also be utilized in monitoring and enforcing existing federal Indian Preference laws and regulations. Member since May 2013. MHA TERO Certificate
Richland Economic Development
The Richland Economic Development Corp (REDC) assists in bolstering the activities and projects of economic development which includes: business recruitment, retention, expansion, new business development, tourism, as well as regional promotion. They are recognized as an organization that consistently helps to utilize and develop partnerships leading to the improvement of economic stability and growth in the Richland County area. Member since February 2004.
ND Safety Council
North Dakota Safety Council provides the opportunity to significantly reduce workers' compensation premiums, while increasing awareness of safety and risk management strategies. They work with employers to improve employee safety on and off the job. They provide many resources for employers promoting safety! Member since February 2015.