Drug Testing - DOT Drug Testing Management
DOT Drug Testing in El Paso
DOT drug testing in the trucking industry is highly scrutinized, and for good reason. Border Trucking Compliance is a highly-reviewed local company focused on ensuring compliance for all our clients. Through an experienced and reliable staff, we stay on top of all rules and regulations so you don’t have to.
If you are interested in a consultation with a reliable trucking compliance team, look no further than BTC.
Our Services, Explained
We will work with your company to ensure that all drivers are compliant with current drug testing regulations and file the appropriate paperwork.
We do not actually administer drug tests. We do, however, organize and document drug testing for your company.
The DOT Drug Testing Schedule
Most commonly, DOT drug tests are administered quarterly at random, as well as prior to full employment. In addition, testing is administered following an accident, following a return-to-duty, and reasonable suspicion/cause. To learn more about the DOT testing protocols, contact us.
Why Drug DOT Testing is Important
Proper DOT drug testing and compliance are some of the most important aspects of running a trucking fleet. Without proper DOT drug testing, your company could be at risk of major fines or even be shut down entirely. The worst-case scenario is a driver being under the influence of drugs leading to an accident, which will automatically trigger an investigation.
Border Trucking Compliance can handle the paperwork necessary to keep your company compliant with DOT drug testing regulations.
DOT Drug Testing FAQs
What does the DOT drug testing test for?
DOT drug testing will test for the following:
- Marijuana metabolites/THC
- Cocaine metabolites
- Amphetamines (including methamphetamine, MDMA)
- Opioids* (including codeine, heroin (6-AM), morphine, hydrocodone, oxycodone, hydromorphone, and oxymorphone)
- Phencyclidine (PCP)
What kind of test does the DOT use?
While there is a wide range of drug test types, DOT drug tests are required to be urine drug tests.
How often are drug tests administered?
Drug tests are required to be administered quarterly under normal circumstances. Additional drug tests may be administered due to an accident, lack of proper paperwork, or other extenuating circumstances.
Why You Should Choose Us
Border Trucking Compliance understands how crucial proper drug testing can be for a business. Without it, your business may run the risk of incurring fines, being barred from work, or an accident where intoxication was a primary or secondary factor. With our team, your fleet can stay up-to-date on drug testing and regulations.