Participating in a drug testing consortium is a great way for small employers and owner-operators to take advantage of larger consortium pool numbers with regard to meeting random DOT drug test requirements.
The recent news that DOT drug test options soon will include the use of oral fluid drug testing as an alternative to a urine DOT drug test sent shockwaves through the nation’s various transportation industries.
The primary difference between DOT and non-DOT drug testing is whether the individual’s job duties fall under DOT regulations or not.
DOT audits are a source of stress for every company that falls under Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations.
The end of the calendar year offers a reminder that all employers and owner-operators must complete their DOT Clearinghouse annual queries as stipulated by law.
We are in the midst of drug testing consortium renewals season as transportation companies and owner-operators make their choices with regard to this important business partner.
Ordering a pre-employment drug test for your prospective drivers and other employees has never been easier than the system we have in place at Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC).
Hiring quality employees with a proven record of integrity is more important today than ever. That is why Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC) partners with Background Screeners of America (BSA) to conduct national criminal background check services that are second to none.
A 5-panel drug test is the most common test required by the Department of Transportation (DOT) as well as employers that have drug testing policies in place for non-DOT employees.
Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC) is staying attuned to a proposed rulemaking change that is making its way through The Department of Transportation (DOT) approval process pertaining to the use of oral drug testing.