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NDASA News: Executive Director Jo McGuire Awarded CSAPA Designation

The National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association (NDASA Board of Directors congratulates Executive Director Jo McGuire for achieving the highly respected Certified Substance Abuse Program Administrator (CSAPA) designation, awarded by the Certification Commission...

NDASA’s Public Comments on the Proposed Addition of Fentanyl to the Federal Workplace Drug Testing Panels

NDASA recently submitted public comments on behalf of its members in the drug and alcohol testing industry to the Department of Health and Human Services regarding its proposed amendment to the Mandatory Guidelines for Federal Workplace Drug Testing Programs to...

Model Standing Order for Drug Testing of DOT-Regulated Employees

Under the DOT’s oral fluid final rule, DOT says employers must tell collection sites what kind of testing methodology to use (oral fluid versus urine), recommending that employers have a "Standing Order" in place to avoid any confusion in the testing process....

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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...