Advantages of hair drug testing in transportation
Hair drug testing can benefit all aspects of your business, but especially transportation.
Alcohol use and the workplace
Alcohol testing can help employers make decisions to help keep their employees safe and can help determine whether an individual is impaired from alcohol.
FMCSA increases random drug test rate
The rate for random drug testing for FMCSA increased from 25% of the average number of driver positions to 50% effective January 1, 2020. Random testing helps to deter drug use because it is conducted on an unannounced basis.
Common questions about the FMCSA Clearinghouse
In an effort to provide insight, information, and clarity about the upcoming database, we have compiled the most frequently asked questions.
The FMCSA’s new database – Clearinghouse coming soon
The FMCSA’s new Clearinghouse database will house commercial motor vehicle drivers’ violations of drug and alcohol programs to help keep roads safer.
DOT random rates unchanged
The US Department of Transportation announced that the minimum annual drug testing rate for 2018 will remain at 25% and the alcohol rate will remain at 10%.
By the Numbers: Random drug testing data
The FMCSA random rate is only a minimum standard and employers can elect to test at a greater rate. Examine your program and consider the risks.
Drug and alcohol clearinghouse aims to make roads safer
FMCSA final rule will keep drivers that violate drug and alcohol testing requirements from operating a CMV with different employers.
Commercial driver physical exams and certified medical examiners
After May 21st, all MEs who perform physical examinations and issue medical certificates for CMV drivers must be certified and listed on the NRCME.
Commercial driver database proposal
Last week the FMCSA announced a proposed rule that would establish a national drug testing database for all commercial driver’s license holders.