Random Drug Test Program

Compliance with CFR 40 Part 382 is required to avoid a $10,000 fine.

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Overview of Drug and Alcohol Rules

The United States Congress recognized the need for a drug and alcohol free transportation industry, and in 1991 passed the Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act, requiring DOT agencies to implement drug and alcohol testing of safety-sensitive transportation employees. 49 CFR Part 40, or Part 40 as we call it, is a DOT-wide regulation that states how to conduct testing and how to return employees to safety-sensitive duties after they violate a DOT drug and alcohol regulation. Part 40 applies to all DOT-required testing, regardless of mode of transportation. For example, whether you are an airline employee covered by FAA rules or a trucking company driver covered by FMCSA rules, Part 40 procedures for collecting and testing specimens and reporting of test results apply to you. Each DOT Agency-specific regulation spells out who is subject to testing, whenand in what situations for a particular transportation industry.

Since the early 1990s, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and its predecessor agency has defined drug and alcohol testing rules and regulations for employees who drive commercial trucks and buses that require a commercial driver's license (CDL). These regulations identify who is subject to testing, when they are tested and in what situations. The regulations also impose privacy protections and restrictions on employers and service agents against the use and release of sensitive drug and alcohol testing information. The FMCSA controlled substances and alcohol use and testing regulations can be found at 49 CFR Part 382.

 

Random Program

Royal Carrier Service, LLC provides the opportunity for its clients to entroll in a Random Drug Testing Program to achieve compliance with 49 CFR Part 382 that applies to both employers and drivers.

 

The program is devised of a state of the art specimen collection facility with trained professionals.

All documents and forms are provided by the facility so the driver does not have to carry them with him.

​The program allows for drivers to do the drug test at any drug testing facility in the US.

The facility will generate the random list using DOT certified randoming equipment.

The client will be notified by the facility or Royal Carrier Service, LLC if and when any driver is selected for a random drug test.

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