International Standard for Code Compliance by Signatories
The International Standard for Code Compliance by Signatories (ISCCS) sets out to ensure that strong, Code-compliant anti-doping rules and programs are applied and enforced consistently and effectively across all sports and all countries, so that clean Athletes can have confidence that there is fair competition on a level playing field, and public confidence in the integrity of sport can be maintained.
The Prohibited List
The prohibited list outlines the substances and methods prohibited in sport.
International Standard for Testing & Investigations
Testing is an extremely crucial piece of any anti-doping program. The purpose of the International Standard for Testing & Investigations (ISTI) is to plan for effective testing and to maintain the integrity and identity of samples, from notifying the athlete to transporting samples for analysis.
International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemptions
The purpose of the International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemptions (ISTUE) is to harmonize the process of granting TUEs across sports and countries. The WADA TUE process ensures athletes can get access to important medication when appropriate while ensuring clean athletes a level playing field.
International Standard for Laboratories
The purpose of the International Standard for Laboratories (ISL) is to ensure production of valid test results and evidentiary data and to achieve uniform and harmonized results and reporting from all accredited laboratories. Anti-doping and other sport organizations that are signatories to the Code agree to have all samples analyzed at WADA accredited labs.
International Standard for Protection of Privacy and Personal Information
The purpose of the International Standard for the Protection of Privacy and Personal Information (ISPPPI) is to ensure that all relevant parties involved in anti-doping in sport adhere to a set of minimum privacy protections when collecting and using athlete personal information, such as information relating to Whereabouts, doping controls, and Therapeutic Use Exemptions.
International Standard for Education
The overall guiding purpose of the International Standard for Education is to support the preservation of the spirit of sport as outlined in the Code and to help foster a clean sport environment. It is recognized that the vast majority of athletes wish to compete clean, have no intention to use prohibited substances or methods and have the right to a level playing field.
International Standard for Results Management
The purpose of the International Standard for Results Management is to set out the core responsibilities of Anti-Doping Organizations with respect to results management. In addition to describing certain general principles of results management, this International Standard also sets out the core obligations applicable to the various phases of results management from the initial review and notification of potential anti-doping rule violations, through provisional suspensions, the assertion of anti-doping rule violations and proposal of consequences, the hearing process until the issuance and notification of the decision and appeal.