DOT Drug Testing Services
Trust FastestLabs® for Your DOT Compliance Needs
If you are an employer under one of the Department of Transportation (DOT)'s six safety-sensitive agencies, you are required to carry out DOT-compliant drug testing for all Commercial Driver's License (CDL) carrying employees. The six safety-sensitive agencies include:
- Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
- Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)
- Federal Railroad Administration (FRA)
- Federal Transit Administration (FTA)
- Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)
- United States Coast Guard (USCG)
Others who must remain DOT compliant include motor carriers, both private and for-hire, churches, civic organizations, and Federal, State, and local government entities.
At Fastest Labs, we proudly offer certified DOT drug testing services to ensure that you and your employees remain compliant with all applicable rules and regulations. We can help you with every aspect of DOT drug testing, making the process simple and straightforward. As always, we strive to provide the fastest, most accurate results possible, not to mention some of the lowest rates on the market.
When Is DOT Drug Testing Required?
There are a number of situations in which DOT drug testing is required. In every instance, it is the responsibility of the employer to conduct the proper testing of the employees. DOT drug testing includes testing for marijuana, cocaine, opiates (including heroin), amphetamines, and phencyclidine (PCP). For those businesses or entities that involve interstate commerce, further drug testing may be required.
Fastest Labs can assist you with drug testing for all six of the required DOT drug testing situations, including:
- Reasonable suspicion
- Return to duty
We are equipped to handle your every DOT drug testing need. We can even carry out mobile testing services for your convenience. Our friendly, professional team can help you create and implement your own DOT-compliant employee testing program, prepare for an audit, or conduct mobile DOT physicals so you never have to worry about maintaining your DOT compliance.