DOT Testing Using a Consortium National Pool
Companies that fall under the Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations require random drug testing of employees. To comply with these regulations, larger companies typically use a stand-alone pool while smaller companies often enroll in a consortium national pool testing program. ARCpoint Labs of Columbia, SC can assist your company with enrollment in a consortium national pool for random drug testing.
How a Consortium National Pool Works
A consortium national pool is a group of employees from several different companies. This group forms the national pool to increase the number of participants in a random drug testing program. When a company has only one employee in a safety-sensitive position, they are required to join a consortium national pool to comply with DOT regulations. For companies with more than one employee in a safety-sensitive position, they have the option of joining a consortium national pool or forming their own stand-alone pool.
DOT Testing with ARCpoint Labs of Columbia, SC
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