Compliance with DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing Rules is The Law
OOIDA’s drug and alcohol consortium, CMCI, offers the small business truckers an answer to the hassle and confusion of mandatory drug & alcohol testing. If you have any further questions regarding drug and alcohol testing, please call our office at 800-288-3784.
- National collection test site network
- Random drug testing (selected under this program)*
- Random alcohol testing (selected under this program)*
- Medical Review Officer (MRO) services
- Complete/Backup record keeping
- A company drug and alcohol testing policy
- 120-minute educational training for supervisor, individual and company personnel education requirements
- Supervisor Training Statement
- Reasonable Cause Documentation Form
- Post-accident, pre-employment, reasonable suspicion, return-to-duty or follow-up drug screens.***
- Post-accident, reasonable suspicion, return-to-duty or follow-up alcohol test.***
- Semi-annual summaries provided to company upon request
- Annual MIS Collection Form Provided to company upon request
- Drivers Handbook for each enrolled driver
- Includes Driver’s Receipt (acknowledgement material was read) for company record
- Drug and Alcohol Prohibitions
- Types of Testing and Testing Requirements
- Collection and Testing procedures
- Consequences of Violating Drug and Alcohol Prohibitions
- Breath Alcohol Testing Checklist
- Urinalysis Checklist
* – Only tests arranged through CMCI will be paid for under this program.
*** – At additional cost.
Click link for a brief summary of the Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration drug and alcohol testing requirements.
For detailed information refer to Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations or the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations under the section numbers provided.
|CMCI Motor Carrier Service Agreement
|OOIDA and CMCI Fees
|Designated Employer Representative (DER) Responsibilities
|OOIDA Online Education
|FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse
Regulation Part 382
|FMCSA Safety Planner
The roles and responsibilities of a DER per Title 49 regulation 382.107- Definitions of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulation states that “a DER is an individual identified by the employer as able to receive communications and test results from service agents and who is authorized to take immediate actions to remove employees from safety-sensitive duties and to make required decisions in the testing and evaluation processes. The individual must be an employee of the company. Service agents cannot serve as DERs.
If you have any questions, Please call CMCI Monday thru Friday 7:30 am through 5:30 pm CST at 800-288-3784.
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