Do you know

  • what information is required for inclusion in the DOT alcohol/drug policy?
  • what tests applicants are required to take prior to working for you?
  • what you must find out about an applicant's employment history?
  • when you may allow a new employee to perform safety-sensitive functions?
  • what topics must be covered in supervisory training?
  • when MIS reports must be submitted to the DOT and what records must be kept on file for specific lengths of time?
  • when and what tests are required following accidents?
  • when to test for alcohol and when to test for drugs?
  • how to make reasonable suspicion determinations acceptable under DOT requirements?
  • which employees (and what percentages) must be tested in the random selection process?
  • what to do when employees test positive above 0.02 and less than 0.04 for alcohol?
  • what mandatory requirements are in place for employees who have tested positive for drugs and/or alcohol?
  • what recourse an applicant or employee has if s/he disagrees with his/her drug test results?
  • what situations are classified as "refusal to test"?
  • when compensatory or punitive damage is considered against a company violating DOT requirements

Some Federal agencies, such as the Department of Transportation (DOT), have specific drug-free program regulations governing safety and security which require drug and alcohol testing. In such cases, companies must develop and enforce policies which meet very specific requirements. Croft Consultants has been developing DOT compliant policies and support programs to assist companies in implementing workplace drug testing since the inception of the Federal drug program regulations.

In addition to writing your company’s drug and alcohol policy, Croft Consultants will manage your entire substance abuse program and assist you in each stage of its implementation.

Depending on your company's needs, Croft Consultants will:

  • Write a comprehensive drug program guide--specific to your company--complete with all forms and information needed for DOT policy implementation
  • Conduct supervisory training and employee education
  • Provide federally compliant random draws and data management of required random testing
  • Set up on-site and nationwide collections as needed
  • Provide SAMHSA certified laboratory drug and alcohol testing
  • Review all test results with a professional Medical Review Officer (MRO) when regulations require it
  • Provide referrals to a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) as required by regulation or upon request
  • Interpret federal regulations into layman's language and apprise clients of important changes

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