DOT & Non-DOT Drug Testing in Madison, WI

As a DOT-regulated organization, you must be aware of the drug screening requirements you are legally required to meet. This can be difficult given the complexity of the testing regulations and the regular changes to policies.

If your business is charged with transporting goods or people or performing other similar safety-sensitive roles, it’s likely that you are covered under DOT drug screening rules. DOT Physical Doctors can help you understand your responsibilities.

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Pre-Employment Drug Testing

If your organization is covered under the Department of Transportation, or DOT, there are certain drug testing requirements you must meet. DOT Physical Doctors is seasoned in following DOT testing requirements when designing and carrying out workplace drug testing programs.

Read on to learn about how we can help you, then contact DOT Physical Doctors today!

If you fall under DOT testing requirements, DOT Physical Docs can help you conduct your pre-employment drug testing efficiently. We will take the worry and headache out of making sure you are in compliance. Let us:

  1. Determine if the position you are hiring for falls under DOT testing requirements
  2. Educate you on the rules and regulations for pre-employment DOT testing
  3. Take the steps to ensure all new drivers comply under federal DOT drug and alcohol testing requirements by conducting your pre-employment drug testing.

Random Drug Testing

Maintain a Safe Workplace for Your Employees

At DOT Physical Doctors, we are committed to helping our corporate clients protect their company and their staff. Employee drug use can have devastating effects on a business, so it’s important to take steps to prevent these types of situations. There are quite a few ways in which drug users can impact your business. Here are just a few of them:

  • Can impact customer service
  • Can interfere with employee productivity
  • Can put a business at risk of a lawsuit
  • Can create a hostile or unsafe work environment

One way in which you can avoid these potential problems is with random drug testing. If you don’t have one of these policies in place, our team can help you implement one. If you currently have one in use, we can review it and help revise it, if necessary.

  1. Determine if the position you are hiring for falls under DOT testing requirements
  2. Educate you on the rules and regulations for pre-employment DOT testing
  3. Take the steps to ensure all new drivers comply under federal DOT drug and alcohol testing requirements by conducting your pre-employment drug testing.

Post Accident & Reasonable Suspicion Drug Testing

Post-accident – Drug and alcohol tests may be required after crashes according to the following chart:

Type of Accident Involved Citation Issued to the CMV Driver Test Must Be Performed by Employer
Human Fatality Yes Yes
Human Fatality No Yes
Bodily Injury With Immediate Medical Treatment Away From the Scene Yes Yes
Bodily Injury With Immediate Medical Treatment Away From the Scene No No
Disabling Damage to Any Motor Vehicle Requiring Tow Away Yes Yes
Disabling Damage to Any Motor Vehicle Requiring Tow Away No No

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Drug Testing

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is dedicated to improving the safety of commercial motor vehicles (CMV) and saving lives. If your organization is regulated by the FMCSA, then you are required to follow their regulations for drug testing. DOT Physical Docs can help you navigate these complex laws and implement an FMCSA drug testing program that ensures your compliance.

For more information on how DOT Physical Docs can help you with FMCSA drug or alcohol testing, contact today!

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