WHo can we help
Drug and Alcohol Services
(DOT and non-DOT)
If you fall into one of the following jurisdictions the DOT requires you to be a part of a Drug and Alcohol Testing Program or Consortium.
- Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)
- Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
- Federal Railroad Administration (FRA)
- Federal Transit Administration (FTA)
- Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)
- United States Coast Guard (USCG)
This is where CNS Occupational Medicine comes in. Our comprehensive Drug and Alcohol Consortium Administration Services (C/TPA) are available for companies that are regulated by Federal and State governments.
What CNS Occupational Medicine does for you?
CNS Occupational Medicine offers enrollment for DOT companies and owner-operators in our Random Drug and Alcohol Consortium. We provide you with an enrollment certificate, drug testing information on the program, and access to our 10,000+ collection sites for testing in case you need a pre-employment, random, or post-accident drug or alcohol testing.
When you select our Drug and Alcohol Consortium, you receive professional guidance from one of our drug and alcohol experts who completely manage your consortium.
Our experts ensure that all DOT rules and regulations are followed, including the implementation of random drug tests for you and your drivers. We take all the necessary steps and precautions to keep you and your drivers compliant with the DOT drug and alcohol testing requirements.
Drug and Alcohol Tests: as low as $75
Drug and Alcohol Consortium: Pricing varies (nationwide)
Do you need drug and alcohol services?
You need to be part of a DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing Program if you:
- Drive a single vehicle with a gross vehicle weight (GVW) of 26,001 lbs. or more.
- Drive a vehicle, such as a truck (including a pick-up) or trailer (10,001 lbs. or more), and tow a unit with a gross weight of 26,001 lbs. or more.
- Drive a bus or limo with room for 16 or more passengers, including the driver.
- Drive a vehicle that hauls hazardous waste of any size, weight, or amount, which requires a hazard materials placard.
What are the FMCSA Regulations?
The regulation related to Controlled Substances and Alcohol Use and Testing is very complicated and lengthy. You can review some of the general guidelines below, but a full description of the regulation can be found in this section of the Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (eCFR).
Pre-Employment Screening Services
Do you plan to hire other drivers or employees?
A drug free workplace starts BEFORE an employee is ever brought on to your team, regardless the size of your company. You are required to order a pre-employment screening test for any applicant prior to hiring. It is critical to the infrastructure and security of your company that you maintain a drug free workplace.
Why is it so important for your company to be a drug free?
- It’s mandatory to comply with the Federal and State laws, regulations and contractual requirements.
- You may qualify for insurance discounts, rebates and other incentives
- You will prevent drug-related problems, such as absenteeism, accidents, injuries and productivity loss.
- You will set a company standard of integrity, health, safety and productivity.
- To create an atmosphere that supports employees who do not abuse drugs or alcohol.
- One serious accident, one major financial problem, one breach of confidentiality or one troubled employee can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and potentially jeopardize your company’s financial future.
Drug test your applicants using the same high-quality services we offer all of our customers through our DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing program.
DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing Compliance Service
- Pre-Employment Screening Services
- Drug & Alcohol Testing Services
- Computerized random selection
- Regulatory review of compliance records
- Compliance management reports
- Regulatory guidance
- Administrative Testing Services
- Collection sites (over 10,000 locations)
- Statistical reporting
- Medical Review Officer (MRO)
What do we do?
Our Administrative Testing Services
At CNS, our Administrative Testing Services provide drug screening management, coordination, and completion of the following three areas:
- Over 10,000 collection sites nationally
- 24-hour post accident sites
- Laboratory approved and certified
- Appointment Setting
- Web-based test results
- Quick turnaround
- Licensed physicians
- Driver pool selection conducted randomly to meet DOT drug and alcohol selection and testing regulations
- Random selection and notification
- Compliance record-keeping and database tracking of all required tests
- Annual statistical tracking and reporting
- Record retention & document purge management
- DOT audit support
All Drug and Alcohol Services can be performed within the comfort of our Mobile Health Clinic at your business, thus allowing employees to return to work quickly.
An excellent option to increase productivity by eliminating the inconvenience of sending employees to off-site clinics. Employees will be back to work within 30 minutes.
Develop a Medical Strategy
Our Occupational Medicine Team will develop a custom plan for your company. You may need a combination of services like physicals, COVID-19 testing, and drug testing, and you may also need these services performed on-site.
Contact our medical team to Develop your custom plan.
We offer OSHA required testing for companies that fall under these type of regulations, including hearing or audiometric testing, respirator physicals and many other OSHA required tests.
We offer many different COVID-19 related services, including pre-shift and pre-employment screenings, rapid antigen tests, PCR tests, and antibody testing. Our medical staff is among the most professional and knowledgeable in the industry.
Our on-site medical services are available in specific areas right now and is constantly expanding. Check with us to about availability of Mobile On-Site Services.