Drug Free Safety Professionals, LLC is dedicated to assisting you with your DOT requirements for:
The Pipeline & Hazardous Materials Safety Administration or PHMSA
PHMSA monitors and enforces compliance with pipeline safety regulations to protect people and the environment from the risks of hazardous materials transportation.
All contractors and subcontractors working on a pipeline site must have an anti-drug and alcohol misuse prevention program in place and must conduct drug (Part 199, Subpart A) and alcohol (Part 199, Subpart B) testing in accordance with the regulations. Testing to include pre-employment, post accident, random, reasonable suspicion, and return to duty. The drug testing numbers and results are to be reported semi-annually.
Drug Free Safety Professionals, LLC will assist you with your DOT drug free program and reporting needs to remain in compliance with PHMSA regulations.
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration or FMCSA's
- The minimum annual percentage rate for random alcohol testing shall be 10 percent of the average number of driver positions.
- The minimum annual percentage rate for random controlled substances testing shall be 50 percent of the average number of driver positions.
- The selection of drivers for random alcohol and controlled substances testing shall be made by a scientifically valid method, such as a random number table or a computer-based random number generator that is matched with drivers' Social Security numbers, payroll identification numbers, or other comparable identifying numbers.
- Each driver selected for random alcohol and controlled substances testing under the selection process used, shall have an equal chance of being tested each time selections are made.
- Each driver selected for testing shall be tested during the selection period. Safety Professionals, LLC will assist you with your DOT drug free program, CDL driver qualifications, and drug testing needs to remain in compliance with FMCSA regulations.
The FMCSA's primary mission is to reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities involving large trucks and buses. To carry out this safety mandate, FMCSA 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. Every employer shall comply with these requirements, and every driver shall submit to random alcohol and controlled substance testing as required.