DOT Drug Testing USA provides a DOT drug and alcohol testing consortium for all DOT regulated modes including FMCSA, FAA, FRA, PHMSA, FTA, USCG, Call (800)579-8083 to enroll today!
Being currently enrolled in a random drug testing consortium is a requirement of the DOT Part 40.
The U.S Department of Transportation (DOT) requires that all “safety-sensitive” employees be enrolled in a random drug and alcohol testing program. Failing to be enrolled in a DOT consortium or comply with the DOT random testing requirements can result in fines or other penalties.
DOT-regulated employees required to be a member of a drug testing consortium include CDL Operators, pilots, engineers, bus drivers, boat captains and other DOT-covered positions.
DOT Drug Testing USA provides full-service management of the DOT Consortium including quarterly selections, notifications, and the scheduling of a DOT drug or alcohol test at a testing center near you.
To join the DOT Consortium or schedule a DOT drug test, Call (800)579-8083.
DOT Drug Testing USA specializes in providing a drug and alcohol testing consortium program and DOT drug and alcohol testing for CDL Operators and small trucking/transportation companies.
DOT Drug Testing USA offers a complete DOT compliance package that satisfies all requirements of 49 CFR Part 40.
** Complete DOT Compliance Package includes **
** DISCOUNTS– Multiple drivers/safety-sensitive employees can be enrolled in the DOT consortium or scheduled for a DOT drug test at a discounted fee when purchasing the complete DOT compliance package.
Upon enrollment in the drug and alcohol testing DOT consortium, you will immediately receive a Certificate showing compliance with the random testing program requirements for presentation if needed by a DOT auditor/inspector.
When selected for a DOT random drug or alcohol test you will be notified by email and phone and provided the location of a drug testing center near you along with the Federal Chain of Custody Form required for a drug or alcohol test.
Fines and Penalties
The Department of Transportation (DOT) enforces the random drug and alcohol testing program requirements and failing to be enrolled in a DOT consortium or take a random DOT drug test when selected can result in significant fines and or removal/suspension from holding a safety-sensitive position. Many CDL operators, trucking companies, airlines and other DOT-regulated businesses have recently been fined for failing to properly maintain a random drug and alcohol testing program as required by DOT regulations.
Failing to complete a DOT drug or alcohol test when selected and notified by the DOT Consortium constitutes a “refusal to test” and is subject to penalties by the DOT.
If you are currently involved in a DOT audit or inspection and need assistance in complying with the drug and alcohol testing requirements of 49 CFR Part 40.
Call us today! We can help (800)579-8083.
|Federal Motor Carrier (FMCSA)||50% Drugs||10% Alcohol|
|Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)||25% Drugs||10% Alcohol|
|Federal Railroad Administration (FRA)||25% Drugs||10% Alcohol|
|Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) (MOW)||25% Drugs||10% Alcohol|
|Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) (Mechanical)||50% Drugs||25% Alcohol|
|Federal Transit Administration (FTA)||50% Drugs||10% Alcohol|
|Pipeline Hazardous Materials (PHMSA)||25% Drugs||N/A|
|United States Coast Guard (USCG)||50% Drugs||N/A|
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