We can get you up to speed on everything you need to know to keep your business in compliance. As the Designated Employer Representative (DER), staying compliant with a DOT-governed operation can feel overwhelming. Our consultation services offer comprehensive regulatory guidance to help alleviate the guesswork as we walk you through every step of the process. Whether you are new to the industry, or need assistance with your current compliance policies, we’re here to help you set up a plan that will keep you 100% compliant.
Drug & Alcohol Policy
Our Drug & Alcohol Policy contains all the guidelines you need to maintain compliance with DOT Drug-Free Workplace regulations. Our policies are intended to comply with all applicable Federal and State regulations governing workplace anti-drug and alcohol programs in the transportation industry and beyond. Our standard policies can be customized for your business.
We are currently in the process of revising our Drug & Alcohol Policy Manual and will be offering online purchasing soon. In the meantime, please contact us directly to purchase. a manual.
Reasonable Suspicion Training
Our 2hr Reasonable Suspicion training meets DOT requirements and most importantly equips supervisor’s with the tools they need to identify, document and resolve a reasonable suspicion situation. The course is provided online and includes a presentation, educational videos, and interactive analysis of real-life scenarios. $125 per attendee.
Guideline in 49CFR382.603 Each employer shall ensure that all persons designated to supervise drivers receive at least 60 minutes of training on alcohol misuse and receive at least an additional 60 minutes of training on controlled substances use. The training will be used by the supervisors to determine whether reasonable suspicion exists to require a driver to undergo testing under § 382.307. The training shall include the physical, behavioral, speech, and performance indicators of probable alcohol misuse and use of controlled substances
What is a consortium and how does it work? A drug testing consortium consists of employers that enroll in a membership group for the purpose of meeting DOT drug and alcohol testing requirements. Consortium members add their DOT employees to a random testing pool from which employees are randomly selected for testing.
The ParaMed Plus Consortium consists of over 150 employers and 700+ employees. Membership to the ParaMed Plus Consortium costs $250 per year.
When enrolling in the PMP Consortium your drivers will also need to fill out the limited query consent form.
With more than 200 clinics available we make scheduling clinic appointments as easy as possible. From pre-employment screenings to follow-up tests all you need to do is fill out our online clinic appointment form and well do the rest. We take care of authorizing the appointment at a testing location of your choice and then send you a confirmation of the appointment. All your employee needs to do is show up for their test.
We offer convenient, onsite urine sample collection and breath alcohol testing for your routine drug and alcohol testing needs. Currently, only businesses in Vermont have the option to set up appointments completely online. Simply view our appointment schedule to see when we are in your area, select the date you want us to show up at your place of business and we’ll be there on that day. Businesses outside of Vermont contact us directly to schedule onsite appointments.