DOT rules changes that went into effect January 1, 2018, make consortium enrollment a smart business choice as DOT drug testing compliance features more regulations than ever.
As 2017 comes to an end, the time is now to plan for your company’s 2018 drug testing services.
As the end of the year gets closer, the days get busier with employees taking off for deer hunting, vacations and holidays. With limited time available, it is more important than ever to keep your CDL drug testing scheduling on track.
Transportation companies are familiar with the long list of rules and regulations they need to comply with.
As the third quarter closes this month, many employers are adding workers to make sure they have enough drivers before the holiday season hits.
Audit. It is a word no business owner likes to hear. In addition to financial audits, transportation businesses have another review to worry about — DOT consortium audits. During the audit, the DOT checks multiple documents and procedures to ensure your business is compliant with current laws, including those involving drug and alcohol testing.
Transportation business owners have a lot on their plates, including employee safety and government compliance. Staying up-to-date on Wisconsin DOT drug testing requirements is one of those challenges. Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium helps businesses stay informed and complaint.
With summer coming the number of work-related accidents increase and when there is an accident on the job, time is of the essence. It is important to make sure the employee receives any medical care he needs first, but also to conduct post-accident testing for drugs and alcohol. Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium provides convenient testing options, whether it is after an accident or if there is reasonable suspicion of drug use.
Whether a truck fleet has one rig or 100, the same DOT rules apply. That includes the same requirement regarding drug testing. For DOT owner-operators, consortiums are a great option since they allow owners to focus on their business while Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC) takes care of their drug testing needs.
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.