Drugs and alcohol abuse can easily sneak it’s way into the workplace if proper testing isn’t in place. The majority of people who use illegal drugs still hold down jobs. In the trucking industry however, drug testing is DOT mandated for public safety, but it can be stressful for employers to organize.
We’ve specialized in drug testing for over 12 years and can provide the ideal solution to keep your trucking company a drug-free zone and help you deal with the Clearinghouse regulations. Whether that’s on-site test collecting, instant tests you can carry out yourself, or emergency tests performed post-accident.
If you have DOT or government-mandated drug tests to check off your list, we can help. Our drug testing services are fast, efficient, and cost-effective. Our laboratory operates using the highest of standards to ensure 100% accuracy, every time.
Our Department of Transportation (DOT) tests can detect marijuana, cocaine, opiates, amphetamines, and PCP.
This test detects marijuana, cocaine, opiates, amphetamines, PCP, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, methadone, propoxyphene, and quaaludes.
We can also supply employers with drug screen tests directly that can detect hallucinogens, anabolic steroids, ecstasy, prescription painkillers and more.
Whether DOT mandated or not, ensuring your employees are tested for drugs and alcohol after an accident can protect you from lawsuits.
You want to ensure your company is a drug-free zone
DOT drug testing is required by law (which it is for most workplaces)
Drug tests are required by government agencies or institutions
You need to monitor doctor-prescribed medication
You have suspicions about one of your employees
You need an emergency test post-accident to protect you from lawsuits
The Federal Motor Carrier Administration (FMSCA) requires any DOT company or driver to enter drug and alcohol testing information into their online database.
Employers need to check the Clearinghouse before permitting any current or prospective employee’s to drive a commercial vehicle. This is to ensure that no driver with past drug or alcohol offenses can put others at risk.
Employers also need to check the Clearinghouse every year for all of their drivers to spot any new violations so they can be taken off the roads promptly.
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