Solutions for the Transportation & Truck Drivers Since 1994 - Drug testing and Alcohol Testing Management

 Trucker Exam Inc. a "TPA" (Third Party Administrator) providing all services associated with drug testing and alcohol testing management. Specific programs and services include: Truck transportation companies
Drug Testing program for  SAMHSA-certified laboratories.

Las Vegas, NV.  serving all of  Nevada and California DOT Drug Consortium needs. 
Trucker Exam Inc is comprised of highly trained individuals. TEI technicians are Certified Professional Collectors.  Drug testing for PUC, Transportation companies-FMCSA

  All testing will be done a  Quest drug testing collection site in Nv
                                NV. 702.-266.6802 
                                 CA 559.431.2648

This affects your CDL drivers and motor carrier clients!
Inform Your Clients of this Change!
Drivers with a CDL License: 
Starting on 
January 6, 2020
, drivers who have a commercial driver's license who switch employers will be required to register with the FMCSA Commercial Driver’s License Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse as part of their employment-related background check.
Voluntary registration
will begin in October 2019
 to go to the registration site.

All Employers of CDL Drivers, Motor Carriers, State and Local Government entities
Employers must register and purchase a Query plan from the FMCSA Clearinghouse by January 6, 2020. Employers can register starting in October and review details on purchasing a query by following this link (Click Here) but query programs will not be available for purchase until November 2019. Queries must be sent to the Clearinghouse for current and prospective employees' drug and alcohol violations before permitting those employees to operate a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) on public roads. In addition, Employers must obtain an annual query for each driver they employ. 
Drug and Alcohol Collection Sites:
Beginning January 6, 2020,
when performing a DOT drug test,
the driver's CDL number must be placed in either the space normally used for a social security number or employee identification number.
This does not apply
to drivers of commercial vehicles
who do not have
a commercial driver's license. 
Although the FMCSA notice uses the word "required" repeatedly,  FMCSA has stated that, "this guidance is not legally binding in it's own right". 
Nonconformity with this guidance will not affect rights and obligations under existing statutes and regulations.

If the collector has not followed this guidance, the MRO is required to contact the driver, the employer, or designated representative to obtain it. If the collector does not fill in this information on the CCF for whatever reason,
they still must send the specimen to the laboratory for testing.

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