Fortunately, Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC) has access to a network of more than 17,000 drug testing centers across the USA for convenient post-accident and random drug and alcohol testing.
One of the more common issues that Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC) sees is how employers handle post-accident testing.
The driver carousel typical of the transportation industry is in high gear this year, meaning DOT employee background checks as part of the hiring process can consume a significant amount of time.
Staying on top of federal CDL drug testing requirements can be an administrative nightmare for owner-operators as well as larger operations.
Staying abreast of issues pertaining to random drug testing programs are at the heart of services that Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC) provides for our customers.
Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium’s (WDTC) convenient nationwide collection capabilities are creating time-saving efficiencies for CDL drivers and their employers as they submit data to the FMCSA’s Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse database and fulfill DOT drug testing requirements.
DOT drug testing requirements for CDL drivers operating commercial motor vehicles include responsibilities for drivers as well as employers.
The window for DOT random drug testing for 2020 is coming to a close, and Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC) suggests completing your tests by mid-December at the latest.
The fourth quarter is here, which means it is DOT consortium renewal time in addition to open enrollment period for healthcare plans.
DOT drug compliance testing requirements are one of the few constants during the COVID-19 era that has been anything but normal for the transportation industry.