TTS Returns to PASS

CHATSWORTH, Calif.Talent Testing Services (TTS), which 14 months ago withdrew from the Performer Availability Screening Service (PASS) system, returns as a PASS Certified testing partner and will resume sending performer test results to the PASS database effective immediately, following a formal agreement announced Thursday morning by PASS. 

“PASS and TTS share a commitment to performer health and safety,” PASS executive director Ian O’Brien said. “Navigating the pandemic has been challenging for much of our industry, and we look forward to working with TTS and others to provide increased access to verified, reliable testing on a national scale.”

TTS has been offering testing to the adult industry community since 2005 and has worked with PASS since 2012. While TTS continued to operate separately from the PASS system after the COVID production hold ended last summer, the two organizations remained in regular communication throughout the pandemic in order to respond to the industry’s evolving needs during these uncertain times. 

Beginning this morning, industry talent can again opt to have their work clearance sent to the PASS Database. At this time, TTS will be sending clearance to the PASS database of its current Gold Standard testing panel, which includes the COVID-19 test. Crew are still able to get tested for COVID-19 at TTS, but these results will not be sent to PASS. Crew results will continue to be viewed on the TTS portal.

TTS has locations in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Miami, Tampa, Orlando and Budapest, and partners with a large number of draw facilities across the United States. 

Talent interested in signing up for the PASS Database may do so here.

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