Drug and Alcohol Testing Compliance Services

Perhaps one of the most imperative parts of owning a small fleet company are the drug and alcohol tests. In most scenarios, you’ll need to find a testing facility on your own; this isn’t the case, however, when you partner with Federal Carrier. We offer drug and alcohol testing compliance services for owner-operators and small fleet owners. Fleet drivers must always practice safe driving and that especially includes avoiding drug and alcohol use when working. While you can’t force employees to change their lifestyles, you must hold them accountable when they’re on company time. Most companies implement random drug and alcohol testing compliance services and Federal Carrier can help you accomplish that.

We want you and your drivers to remain safe at all times. Moreover, drivers must remain alert when driving freight. If drivers are under the influence of alcohol or drugs, they can obviously hurt themselves or someone else—but that’s not all. Driving under the influence is illegal and impairs an individual’s ability to operate a vehicle; that means they could potentially damage their rig and the freight they’re pulling. Finally, drug- or alcohol-impaired driving is not at all compliant with DOT regulations. If drivers are caught driving under the influence, they’ll not only experience legal consequences; they could significantly damage the reputation of your company and get your company shut down.

The team at Federal Carrier wants to support your company with our drug and alcohol testing compliance services. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Keep in mind that our drug and alcohol testing is only one of our many compliance services. We’re your one-stop shop when it comes to getting your company and employees DOT compliant or becoming compliant yourself. The best part is we won’t leave you to figure out the complexities of DOT regulations; you’ll have a dedicated compliance agent at your service. Our agents will ensure you understand and meet the minimum DOT requirements in their entirety.