DOT Consortium

DOT DRUG AND ALCOHOL CONSORTIUM

The Department of Transportation requires CDL drivers to be in a random pool (this includes Owner/Operators) Austin Mobile Drug Testing can set you up to be in compliance!

Who Is Covered for DOT FMCSA Drug & Alcohol Testing?

If you drive a truck and you are self-employed (or an owner operator), you may be regulated by the Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) for drug and alcohol testing. If you have a CDL and answer YES to any of the following questions, then YES you need to be in compliance with DOT drug and alcohol testing regulations.

*Do you drive a vehicle that has a gross combination weight of 26,001 pounds (11,794 kilograms) or more? Or
*Do you drive a vehicle that is capable of transporting 16 or more passengers including the driver? Or
*Do you drive a vehicle of any size that is required to be placarded when being used to transport hazardous materials in accordance with 49  CFR part 172, subpart f?

What is a DOT Drug and Alcohol Consortium?

This is a random drug testing pool that includes multiple companies.
All regulated employees from all companies are enrolled into the consortium and eligible for selection for a random drug or alcohol test.
Once the required random testing percentages are met; all companies in the consortium are in compliance.
Perfect for owner operators

Our Drug and Alcohol Testing Consortium is an inexpensive program that helps you manage the complex requirements of complying with federal or state random drug and alcohol testing regulations. We manage the Consortium program for you.

Drug and Alcohol Testing Consortium

Our Drug and Alcohol Testing Consortium is an inexpensive program that helps you manage the complex requirements of complying with federal or state random drug and alcohol testing regulations. We manage the Consortium program for you.
The Drug and Alcohol Testing Consortium program is designed for independent CDL operators with their own Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) authority, granted by the Department of Transportation (DOT), or a company with many more CDL drivers or covered employees.