A Drug Testing & Third Party Administrator(TPA) for the DOT - Truck Driver Drug Testing & Alcohol Testing Collection Site

 Must comply with all FMCSA Drug & Alcohol Testing if you or your drivers operate any of the following.
  • A vehicle in excess of 26,000 GVW-Gross Vehicle Weight
  • A vehicle combined with another vehicle in tow to exceed 26,000 GVW
  • Three types of Drug and Alcohol programs are available:
A) Bases Program:
1)Drug & Alcohol Booklet
2)Employee Education Guild
3)access to 10,00 collection sites
4)MRO servers
5) Driver Certification for wallet
6) Company Certification for Office

If you need, $65.00 per tests

 B) Pro Driver Program: One Driver
1)Drug & Alcohol Booklet
2)Employee Education Guild
3)access to 10,00 collection sites
4)MRO Servers
5)Free Pre-employment Drug tests
6)Free Random Drug Tests
7)Free Alcohol testing
8) Driver Certification for wallet
9) Company Certification for Office

$135.00 one Driver only

 C) Transportation Companies with multiple Drivers:
1)Drug & Alcohol Booklet
2)Employee Education Guild
3)access to 10,00 collection sites
4)MRO Servers
5)Free Pre-employment Drug tests
6)Free Random Drug Tests
7)Free Alcohol testing
8) Driver Certification for wallet
9) Company Certification for Office

$135.00 one Driver only
2nd Driver and up to 100 Drivers $35.00 per Driver

                                                                         
  • Drug Testing at SAMHSA-certified laboratories, with electronic reporting of test results.
  • Urine specimen collections at our offices or on-site at the client's facility, by D.O.T. and SAMHSA standards.
  • Assistance to clients in drug-free workplace substance abuse policy preparation.
  • D.O.T. compliance consortium for trucking companies with 1 to 3 drivers who must participate in a consortium and for small trucking companies with up to 15 drivers who prefer to participate in a consortium.
  • Random testing generation and random database maintenance using verifiable and reproducible random program.
  • Laboratory quality assurance monitoring using "blind" samples.
  • Monitoring of the turn-around time for test results from the laboratory and M.R.O. (Medical Review Officers.)
  • Educational programs for employee substance abuse awareness and to meet D.O.T. supervisory training requirements.
  • M.R.O. (Medical Review Officer) and S.A.P. (Substance Abuse Professional) services.
  • Referrals to treatment providers, wellness programs, and E.A.P.'s (Employee Assistance Programs).
  • Networking nationwide with other collectors for specimen collections and breath alcohol testing using a database of thousands of facilities.