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.
Receiving a negative CDL drug test result before permitting a driver to operate a commercial motor vehicle is only the first step employers must fulfill in meeting ongoing DOT drug testing requirements.
DOT drug testing requirements extend to a variety of events during the course of a driver’s employment.
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.