The Department of Transportation (DOT), requires that persons subject to the commercial driver’s license (CDL) requirements and their employers follow alcohol and drug testing rules. These rules include procedures for testing, frequency of tests, and substances tested for. Who's Impacted? Anyone employing CDL drivers to operate commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) on public roads CDL drivers who operate CMVs on public roads. Intrastate motor carriers Federal, State, and local governments Civic organizations (disabled veteran transport, boy/girl scouts, etc.) and Faith-based organizations.

DOT Testing Solutions

DOT 5-Panel Drug Test, FMCSA, Pipeline, FAA,

DOT 5-Panel Drug Test

Our 5-Panel DOT Drug Test adheres strictly to DOT regulations, ensuring that your organization meets all mandated requirements for drug testing in safety-sensitive positions.

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Breath Alchohol Testing

DOT Breath Alcohol Test

Our DOT-compliant breath alcohol test is a fast, reliable, and non-invasive solution for ensuring compliance with Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations regarding alcohol consumption in safety-sensitive positions

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Post Accident Testing

Post Accident Testing

Our post-accident DOT testing service provides a reliable and efficient means of ensuring compliance with Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations following workplace accidents or incidents. Testing usually includes our 5-Panel DOT Drug Test along with Breath Alcohol Testing. 

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Employer Onsite Drug Testing, Workplace Drug Testing

Onsite Workplace Drug Testing Programs

Tailored drug testing solutions for maintaining a drug-free work environment conducted onsite at your location.

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DOT Oral Fluid Drug Testing

DOT Oral Fluid Testing

The long-awaited approval of oral fluid drug testing for the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) drug testing program has arrived effective June 1, 2023. 

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Drug Testing FAQs

What is DOT drug testing?

DOT drug testing refers to the drug testing requirements mandated by the U.S. Department of Transportation for safety-sensitive employees in industries such as aviation, transportation, and pipelines.

Which substances are tested for in DOT drug tests?

DOT drug tests typically screen for marijuana (THC), cocaine, amphetamines, opioids (including heroin, codeine, and morphine), and phencyclidine (PCP).

Do DOT drug tests include alcohol testing?

No, DOT drug tests specifically screen for controlled substances and do not include alcohol testing. However, alcohol testing may be conducted separately as part of DOT alcohol testing requirements.

How can I prepare for a DOT drug test?

To prepare for a DOT drug test, ensure you are aware of any medications you are taking, avoid prohibited substances, and be prepared to provide a urine sample when requested. Familiarize yourself with your company's drug testing policy and DOT regulations.

Do you provide DOT drug testing for businesses or individuals?

Yes, we provide DOT drug testing services for both businesses and individuals, ensuring accurate and confidential results.

How often are DOT drug tests conducted?

DOT drug tests are typically conducted pre-employment, randomly, after accidents/incidents, upon reasonable suspicion, and as part of return-to-duty or follow-up testing after a violation.

What happens if I fail a DOT drug test?

Failing a DOT drug test typically results in immediate removal from safety-sensitive duties and may lead to disciplinary actions or termination, depending on company policies and DOT regulations.

What are the consequences of refusing a DOT drug test?

Refusing to take a DOT drug test is considered a violation and may result in immediate removal from safety-sensitive duties, disciplinary actions, or termination, as outlined by DOT regulations.

What is the process for scheduling a drug test?

Scheduling a drug test is simple, just give us a call or visit our website to book an appointment at your convenience.