This lesson covers the general duties of the MRO and MRO-A. The MRO-A's role is guided by the regulatory language pertaining to the MRO.
When a lab sends a non-negative drug test result to the MRO's office. It is the MRO's responsibility to investigate and evaluate. This lesson covers the supporting role the MRO-A plays in this situation.
As important as knowing the duties that the MRO-A is typically responsible for, is understanding the tasks the MRO-A cannot perform. This lessons outlines the specific limitations set by the regulatory language.
The regulatory language drives the process for contacting an employee and what must be done if the MRO's office is unable to reach the donor. This lesson provides the steps for contacting the employee.
This lesson provides an overview of the process for reporting FMCSA regulated tests to the FMCSA Clearinghouse the DOs and DON'Ts for the MRO and MRO-A.
This lesson outlines the standards and qualifications that must be met are to obtain NDASA professional Drug Test Collector Certification.