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FMCSA Scam Alert

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has issued a warning to FMCSA-registered entities of a phishing scam disguised as notice of a required safety audit. Through an email, scammers pretending to be from FMCSA say a safety audit needs to be...

Service animals & drug testing:What are proper protocols?

By Sarah Davis, NDASA Membership Coordinator, CPC, CPCT When collecting specimens for drug testing, the best course of action is this: follow the rules. The rules and procedures for any specimen collection will help ensure, to the best of the collector’s abilities,...

Introducing SAP 2.0 Training at NDASA’s Conference and Trade Show

In conjunction with its 2024 Conference and Trade Show, the National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association (NDASA) is offering a newly developed, intensive,12-hour SAP 2.0 Training session, over three days. WHEN: Wednesday, May 15 through Friday, May 17INSTRUCTOR:...

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Make Your Voice Heard: Submit Comments to DOT by April 5

Make Your Voice Heard: Submit Comments to DOT by April 5

UPDATED WITH NEW DEADLINE The public comment period for the Federal Aviation Administration's Foreign Repair Station Notice of Proposed Rulemaking closes on April 5, 2024. (This is an extension from the initial deadline of 2.5.24). Have you shared your thoughts with...

What happens when a DOT employee has a testing violation recorded in the FMCSA Clearinghouse and then changes modes?

What happens when a DOT employee has a testing violation recorded in the FMCSA Clearinghouse and then changes modes?

|By David Perlman, BA, NCAC II, SUDP, EAPIt is not uncommon for an individual to make a career change to another DOT mode of transportation. Transit operators may become truck drivers, merchant mariners may become railroad operators. Also, some employees hold dual...

NDASA Wins One for Public Safety

NDASA Wins One for Public Safety

The National Drug & Alcohol Screening Association has had a major win today with language added to the MORE ACT that allows continued marijuana drug testing for DOT safety-sensitive workers! The MORE Act is an attempt to remove marijuana from the list of federally...

The New Normal: How to ensure compliance during COVID-19

The New Normal: How to ensure compliance during COVID-19

In recent weeks, the National Drug & Alcohol Screening Association (NDASA) has hosted a series of COVID-19 Townhall Discussions for its members in the drug and alcohol screening industry. The main takeaways from these meetings? Our members are passionate...