The Department of Transportation (DOT) requires employers to have a 2-Year Drug and Alcohol History Check on file for safety-sensitive employees under 49 CFR part 40.25, with the exception of pilots subject to PRIA.
The purpose of the 2-Year Drug & Alcohol History Check is to ensure applicants are eligible to perform safety-sensitive duties for a regulated employer. The top three items regulated employers should be watching out for are:
- Permanent disqualification from performing that safety-sensitive function
- DOT violations
- Positive result, or refusal of a drug or alcohol test
Helping You Comply
With more than 20 years’ experience as a Third Party Administrator, our team of Subject Matter Experts can answer any questions you have concerning your Anti-Drug & Alcohol Misuse Prevention Program.