American Drug Testing provides a DOT drug and alcohol testing consortium for all DOT regulated modes including FMCSA, FAA, FRA, PHMSA, FTA, USCG, Call (800)-488-5350 to enroll today!
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.
American Drug Testing 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)-488-5350.
American Drug Testing specializes in providing a drug and alcohol testing consortium program and DOT drug and alcohol testing for CDL Operators and small trucking/transportation companies.
American Drug Testing offers a complete DOT compliance package which 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)-488-5350
|DOT Agency||Drug Testing Percentage –||Alcohol Testing Percentage|
|Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)||50%||10%|
|Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)||25%||10%|
|Federal Railroad Administration (FRA)
Federal Railroad Administration (MOW)
|Federal Transit Administration (FTA)||50%||10%|
|Pipeline & Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)||50%||n/a|
|United States Coast Guard (USCG)||50%||n/a|