Finding qualified employees can be a challenge for transportation companies. Once you have the ideal candidate, with the right skills and experience, the next step is making sure they are drug-free and complete a DOT physical. Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC) provides CDL/DOT drug testing for seasonal employment and new hires, allowing you to focus on the hiring process.
Safety is a top concern for transportation companies. Whether it is making sure equipment is in working order, employees are properly trained or drivers are substance-free, there is a lot to keep track of. When it comes to employee drug testing, Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC) provides multiple services to ensure companies are in compliance with federal and state regulations. Whether it is helping with DOT consortium management and employer responsibilities or offering convenient testing sites and processing, WDTC is there to help.
Transportation Companies Can Then Focus on Their Businesses From making sure equipment works correctly to regularly testing employees for drugs and alcohol, safety is a priority for transportation companies. Since business owners need to make sure their drug testing programs meet national requirements, there are many rules and regulations that need to be followed. Wisconsin ... Read More
The Department of Transportation has strict rules and guidelines when it comes to drug testing drivers. Not only do employers need to conduct regular testing for alcohol and drugs for drivers with a commercial drivers license, but they also need to keep accurate records.
When Looking at DOT Consortiums in Wisconsin, WDTC Stands Apart Transportation businesses have strict federal guidelines to follow when it comes to their substance abuse tests. Keeping up with it all can be challenging for business owners, but Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC) sets itself apart from other DOT consortiums in Wisconsin by making sure ... Read More
Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC) can assist individuals and businesses with their medical testing needs, whether it is a DOT physical exam, drug testing, or something more personal, like DNA paternity testing.