We ensure U.S. DOT compliance by including regulation experts on staff, using state-of-the-art testing technology, and giving you 24-hour access to results and customer support.
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Drug Testing Program is a comprehensive program that sets regulations and standards for drug and alcohol testing for employees who perform safety-sensitive functions in the transportation industry. The DOT’s drug testing program is designed to ensure that employees in safety-sensitive positions are drug and alcohol-free, the program applies to employees in the aviation, commercial motor vehicle carrier, pipeline, railroad, and transit industries.
Under the DOT’s drug testing program, employers must conduct pre-employment drug testing, random drug testing, DOT post-accident drug and alcohol testing, reasonable suspicion drug and alcohol testing, and return-to-duty drug and alcohol testing. The program also requires the use of certified laboratories for drug testing and certified Medical Review Officers (MROs) to review and interpret drug test results.
The DOT’s drug testing program has strict guidelines for the collection and testing of urine samples, and all testing must adhere to a strict chain of custody procedures to ensure that samples are not tampered with or contaminated. Employees who test positive for drugs or alcohol must undergo a return-to-duty process that includes counselling, education, and a follow-up drug and alcohol testing program.
Our U.S. DOT regulation experts provide accurate, up-to-date information and help you ensure regulation adherence. Plus, our technology allows you to access your results 24/7, obtain live, up-to-date statistical reports anytime, and prepare U.S. DOT audit packages.
To help you ensure U.S. DOT compliance, our services include:
CannAmm’s U.S. DOT drug and alcohol testing programs have no hidden fees and no annual management or Internet fees, and we can provide 24/7 coverage anywhere in North America. We’ll help your company stay in U.S. DOT compliance with 49 CFR 382 and 49 CFR part 40 regulations, as required for cross-border trucking companies.
To join the program or to learn more about DOT drug and alcohol testing requirements, call 1.800.440.0023, option 9, or send us a request.