The Department of Transportation (DOT) requires some companies to conduct random drug testing on their employees who work behind the wheel. It does not matter whether it is a huge trucking firm with plenty of drivers employed or a small business that provides delivery service to customers. As long as there are drivers who work for you, it means you should comply with the regulation.
Random drug testing improves road safety for everyone, but it can be a hassle sometimes. One of the best ways for employers to conduct this is to join a drug testing consortium. Here is everything you need to know about it:
What Is a Drug Screening Consortium?
In a nutshell, a drug screening consortium is a group of many companies joined together as a single association. Their goal is to make the process of random drug testing among their drivers much smoother. By joining …