ODT knows DOT.
Refusing to be tested or testing positive for a drug test as mandated by DOT’s drug testing regulations requires employees to be removed from performing any duties which are considered to be “safety-sensitive.” To be allowed to return to work for any DOT agency after such violation requires a Return to Duty Drug Test.
Occupational Drug Testing is well aware of the many steps involved in Return to Duty Drug Testing. It is certainly not a simple process, nor should it be. More importantly, ODT knows you can’t afford to be in violation of DOT’s drug testing regulations. Not only is it not safe for your other employees and the livelihood of your business, but it can literally cost you – up to $10,000/day!
The expert support your business needs.
By partnering with ODT’s professionally trained staff and utilizing our knowledge and resources, you are giving your company access to a high level of expertise and experience that is among the best in the industry. As an expert in our field, ODT guarantees all of the required steps will be followed according to the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) regulations when performing Return to Duty Drug Tests on behalf of our clients.
As mandated by the Department of Transportation (DOT), beginning on and after August 31, 2009, Direct Observation collections are a requirement for all Return to Duty Drug Testing for DOT employees. Not only does ODT have the trained staff to handle these situations in a professional manner, but we also provide referrals to qualified SAP’s (Substance Abuse Professionals) for Return to Duty and Follow up Drug Testing.
ODT promises to make the process easier for you in every way we can. Fill out the form below to have an Occupational Drug Testing expert contact you.