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DOT Consortium Drug & Alcohol Testing - Owner Operator

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For safety and compliance owner operators of trucks in the United States have a responsibility to comply with DOT and FMCSA regulations for drug and alcohol testing. National Drug Screening specializes in providing a great DOT consortium program for owner operators to be compliant fast and easy.

Our Program Includes:

  • Pre-employment drug test
  • Enrollment into a random drug and alcohol testing consortium
  • Same day service

Purchase a DOT Consortium Drug and Alcohol Testing Package for Owner Operator.

Our pricing is the most competitive in the nation.

You pay one annual fee for compliance and no additional charges for any random testing. Our program is the best in the nation keeping you in compliance and helping you with any of your needs regarding DOT and FMCSA regulations for drug and alcohol testing.

As an owner operator you need immediately a pre-employment drug test and enrollment into a random drug and alcohol testing consortium. With one phone call you can get set up with same day service and receive documentation of your compliance with the DOT and FMCSA regulations for drug and alcohol testing. Your certificate of enrollment into the DOT Random Testing consortium can be sent to you via e-mail within minutes of enrollment.

About National Drug Screening

National Drug Screening sets up your account with one quick phone call. Don’t delay, call now for DOT compliance at the most competitive price in the United States.

We have drug testing locations throughout the United States. National Drug Screening will set you up with a local facility for your pre-employment drug test so you can get this done fast and easy. Our drug screening specialists will get you enrolled into our DOT FMCSA random testing consortium and your certificate of enrollment will be sent to you by e-mail within minutes. National Drug Screening will then e-mail to you your certificate of enrollment and your DOT compliance booklet - What Employees Need to Know About DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing.

National Drug Screening will then stand behind you for your new entrant examination and any future audits or safety reviews. Our services include audit assistance at no extra charge.

Compliance Requirements for DOT Owner Operator

As an owner operator you are required to be dot compliant for DOT and FMCSA regulations for drug and alcohol testing if you meet any of the criteria listed:

  • Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) or Gross Combination Weight Rating (GCWR) of 26,001 lbs. or more
  • Transporting 16 passengers or more
  • Transporting Hazardous Materials requiring placarding

A review of FMCSA regulation Part 382 shows that the Department of Transportation (DOT) mandates that owner operators belong to a DOT Consortium that requires Pre-Employment, Random, Post Accident, and Reasonable Suspicion/Cause drug and alcohol testing of safety sensitive workers (drivers). All Owner Operators must comply with Part 382: Controlled Substances and Alcohol Use Testing Program of the Federal Regulations. As a member of the National Drug Screening FMCSA consortium, you will have peace of mind that you are in compliance.

As a new owner operator, you are subject to a new entrant examination within 18 months of receiving your DOT authorization to operate. This examination will include a review of your compliance with drug & alcohol testing regulations.

With our FMCSA consortium you will avoid the common deficiencies that we see:

  • No drug or alcohol testing program for single driver owner operators
  • Incorrect drug testing using vendors that do not know the DOT rules for drug and alcohol testing
  • No random drug testing consortium – the DOT drug testing random consortium is required for owner operators
  • No pre-employment drug test

Our program is available in all areas of the United States. Get compliant with DOT and FMCSA regulations. Join our National Drug Screening Owner Operator DOT Random Consortium program today!

Failure to comply with FMCSA Part 382 can results in violations and fines ranging from $250.00 per violation to $10,000.00. In many cases your authorization to operate can be revoked. This is a safety program, are you in compliance?


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