Annual MIS Reports

Question: How do I get my annual MIS reports for inspections?

Answer: Annual MIS reports are available on our website When you login to your account with your username and password they are under Inspection Reports.

Random Drug Tests Before End of Year

Question: Why is it important to get my random drug tests in before the end of the year?

Answer: Since you are a member of a Consortium all testing must be completed before the end of the year so the Consortium’s computer system can tally the Consortium Data for the year.

If testing is not completed before the end of the year then ALL clients in the testing pool are out of compliance if we don’t meet the required percentages.(c) You must report the result as provided in § 40.161 .

Hired Drivers that Are Enrolled in other CSAT Program

Question: I’m hiring a new driver and he was working for another company that had him enrolled in their CSAT (drug testing) program, do I need to pre-employment test him?

Answer: Part 382, section 382.301(a) Prior to the first time a driver performs safety-sensitive functions for an employer, the driver shall undergo testing for controlled substances as a condition prior to being used, unless the employer uses the exception in paragraph (b) of this section. Read more

How to Submit Your Required MIS DATA Collection Form

Employers (including owner-operators) subject to U. S. Department of Transportation (DOT) or Coast Guard (USCG) drug and alcohol testing regulations must submit their annual drug and alcohol testing data as required by their respective DOT agency (Federal Moto Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) for over-the-road truckers) or the USCG (for port truckers). Read more

Question: My driver tested positive and wants to have the split urine specimen tested, what do we do?

Answer: §40.171 – How does an employee request a test of a split specimen?

(a) As an employee, when the MRO has notified you that you have a verified positive drug test and/or refusal to test because of adulteration or substitution, you have 72 hours from the time of notification to request a test of the split specimen. Read more

Question: What are the employer’s obligations, in terms of random testing

Question: What are the employer’s obligations, in terms of random testing, with regard to an employee who does not drive as part of the employee’s usual job functions, but who holds a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) and may be called upon at any time, on an occasional or emergency basis, to drive?

Answer: Such an employee must be in an on-going random testing pool at all times, like a full-time driver. A drug test must be administered each time the employee’s name is selected from the pool. Read more

Many Clients Have Been Questioning The Procedures Concerning

 What Is A Refusal To Take A DOT Drug Test, And What Are The Consequences?

40.191 – What is a refusal to take a DOT drug test, and what are the consequences?

(a) As an employee, you have refused to take a drug test if you: Read more

Q&A for July 2014

Question: I took a drug test and received a bill from the collection site I tested at. What do I do? Read more

Payment at Collection Site Testing

Question: Do I have to pay anything when I go to the collection site for my drug and alcohol test?

Answer: AADT formally contracts with all collection sites listed on the website at: Read more

Question A: How do you check the Drug Testing and Employment Drug Testing History of a potential driver?

Answer: As far as Drug Testing History of a potential driver, AADT has provided our clients with the Form 114 Driver Request and Authorization for Release of Information (located in Section 6 for your binder or online on our website but you must login first). Read more

SAP Referrals and Questions

Question A: My driver just tested positive on a random test; so am I required to pay for the Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) services? The answer is No.

Question B: Are employers required to provide intervention and treatment for drivers who have a substance abuse problem or only refer drivers to be evaluated by an SAP? Read more

Q: So what are the exact rules about documents you need to maintain for your drug program?

A: Within the regulations CFR 49 Part 382, it clarifies that: MIS REPORTS: Subpart D – Handling of test results, records retention, and confidentiality, §382.403 Reporting of results in a management information system.

(a) An employer shall prepare and maintain a summary of the results of its alcohol and controlled substances testing programs performed under this part during the previous calendar year, when requested by the Secretary of Transportation, any DOT agency, or any state or local officials with regulatory authority over the employer or any of its drivers. Read more