Meeting DOT FMCSA regulations for drug and alcohol testing is a task made easier for owner-operators through owner-operators consortiums, such as that maintained by WDTC.
Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium fills a critical need for trucking companies, bus companies, owner-operators and other entities subject to federal regulations in its role as a US DOT drug testing consortium.
Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC) offers driver supervisor training courses that fulfill regulations covering reasonable suspicion that a driver is using or under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
DOT physicals are a requirement for holding a valid commercial driver’s license, and companies regulated by the Department of Transportation rely on third party administrators such as Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium for meeting DOT needs.
Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium (WDTC), an accredited Certified Third Party Administrator (C-TPA), assists companies with DOT mock audit training as part of the preparation process.
Employers who are trying to decide whether to conduct drug testing on hair or urine first need to determine what they are trying to accomplish.
Wisconsin Drug Testing Consortium, which provides third party drug testing services in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, reminds employers to schedule their first quarter random drug testing appointments.
Businesses that contract with a Certified Third Party Administrator (C-TPA) to manage the complex aspects of their drug testing program benefit from savings in time and resources in addition to minimizing liability.
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.