The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) mandates that all CDL drivers with a vehicle gross weight of 26,001 pounds or more, to register with a drug and alcohol consortium (C/TPA). In addition, drivers of 16 passenger buses or larger must also register with a drug and alcohol consortium (C/TPA). CFR PART 382.107 & 49 & CFR PART 40.
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Supervisors of CMV drivers who operate under a CDL are required to take 60 minutes of training on symptoms of controlled substance use and 60 minutes of training on symptoms of alcohol abuse to assist in identifying indicators that may lead to reasonable suspicion testing.Visit Now!
CMV drivers who operate under a CDL with a gross vehicle weight of 26,001 lbs. are required to be enrolled in a third-party random drug and alcohol testing consortium.Visit Now!
An operating authority is granted by the FMCSA to allow you to work for hire across state lines. If you see your status as “Not Authorized” this means your operating authority is not active and you are not authorized to operate as for hire in interstate commerce.Visit Now!
Companies that operate commercial vehicles transporting passengers or hauling cargo in interstate commerce must be registered with the FMCSA and must have a USDOT Number.Visit Now!
Carriers and transporters of certain quantities and types of hazardous materials (hazmat), including hazardous wastes, are required to ﬁle an annual registration statement with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and to pay a fee (see 49 CFR §§ 107.601 - 107.620).Visit Now!
Carriers transporting certain types and amounts of hazardous materials (HM) are required to hold a Federal Hazardous Materials Safety Permit (HMSP) issued by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). The U.S. DOT requires all motor carriers transporting hazardous materials to obtain a Hazmat Permit by filing form MCS150(B) prior to engaging in hazmat transportation and to renew the permit every two years.Visit Now!
Hazardous material training is the number one way to prevent and reduce hazardous materials (hazmat) incidents caused by human error. All hazmat employees are required to follow the statute (49 U.S.C. 5101, et seq.) pertaining to the transportation of hazardous material within the United States. This is a Federal hazardous materials transportation law. This is for ANY employee of a company that handles hazardous materials.Visit Now!
All employers and owner-operators covered by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) drug & alcohol testing program, who employ a CDL driver or themselves operate a commercial motor vehicles (CMV) on public roads are required by law to register with the FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse (DACH). The Clearinghouse is a secure online database that gives employers, the FMCSA, State Driver Licensing Agencies (SDLAs), and State law enforcement personnel real-time information about commercial driver’s license (CDL) and commercial learner’s permit (CLP) holders’ drug and alcohol program violations.Visit Now!
It is a drug test that is not controlled by the U.S. Department of Transportation. This test is conducted by the employer's authority, depending upon their needs, the employer can decide how to manage and run their testing program. They can choose urine, hair, or saliva depending upon the drug-free workplace regulations in the state. Non-DOT drug tests are less regulated than DOT drug tests but they are best for businesses to maintain professional work standards and integrity in the workplace.Visit Now!