Urine DOT and NON-DOT:
Urinalysis is the most common test type and used by federally mandated drug testing programs.
NY Mobilize conducts DOT and non-DOT drug test. NY Mobile Drug Testing provide any combination drug test required by the employer. Upon receipt of the specimen by our lab, whether the drug test is for pre-employment, post-accident, random, Reasonable-Suspicion, Return-to-Duty or Follow-Up, we provide you with 24-hour negative and pending notification upon specimen, and 48 to 72 hour positive verification.
Employers are required to test their DOT-regulated safety-sensitive employees for the following five controlled substances:
- Opiates (opium and codeine derivatives)
- Amphetamines (amphetamines and methamphetamines)
- Phencyclidine (PCP)
Drug and Alcohol Tests Required by the DOT:
This is the most common type of drug test used in business, and our priority is to be in compliance with the Department of Transportation (DOT) Regulations. Our goal is to make the work place safe for everyone.
2- DOT-CDL Post-Accident:
Summary of Requirements - 49 CFR Part 382.303
When must the employer conduct a post-accident drug test?
The FMCSA requires the employer to test as soon as practicable following an accident involving a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) on a public road in commerce, each of its surviving drivers
- Who was performing safety sensitive functions if the accident involved the loss of human life (fatality); or
Who receives a citation within 32 hours of the accident under State or local law for a moving violation arising from an accident, if the accident involved either:
- injury of any person requiring medical treatment away from the accident scene, or
- a vehicle has to be towed from the accident scene
The following chart may be used to help determine if a DOT test needs to be done:
|Type of accident involved||
to the CMV driver
Test must be performed
|i. Human fatality||YES||YES|
|ii. Bodily injury with immediate medical treatment away from the scene||YES||YES|
iii. Disabling damage to any
motor vehicle requiring tow
IMPORTANT: FMCSA/DOT DOES NOT authorize or allow a post-accident test to be conducted under their authority for any other reason. Any other testing an employerwould conduct would have to fall under their company/corporation policy apart from the DOT accident.
- Federal drug testing custody and control form may only be used on DOT accidents.
- Non-DOT CCF should be used for all other post-accident testing situations.
"Form E" (found in the Forms section of the Drug and Alcohol Testing web pages) should be completed to document the following rule requirements:
- If a required alcohol test could not be completed within 2 hours, prepare and maintain on file a record stating the reason a test was not promptly administered.
- If a required alcohol test could not be completed within 8 hours, cease attempts to administer the test and prepare and maintain the same record described above.
- If a required drug test could not be completed within 32 hours, prepare and maintain on file a record stating the reason a test was not promptly administered.
- Employers may be required to submit post-accident records to FMCSA if requested.
- Drivers must remain readily available for testing until it is concluded whether testing will be required. This shall not be construed to require the delay of necessary medical attention for injured people following an accident or to prohibit a driver from leaving the scene of an accident to obtain assistance in responding to the accident or to obtain emergency medical care.
Employers are required to provide drivers with necessary post-accident
information, procedures and instructions, prior to the driver operating a CMV..
What should you do if you aren't sure if the accident is a DOT accident?
- Review the rules under 49 CFR Part 382.303.
- Check your company/corporation policy.
- Call NY Mobile drug testing for assistance.
3- Random drug testing:
Random drug testing is one of the most effective programs implemented in businesses. It is used by a growing number of corporations, drug rehab centers, prisons, law enforcements, government agencies, and, schools. The objective of random testing is to discourage drug use among employees by not telling anyone in advance as to who, when and where they are to be tested.
4-Reasonable Suspicion / Cause
5- Return to duty
Our Laboratory testing includes collection of the sample, transport to the laboratory, analysis, and confirmation by a SAMSHA certified laboratory and a test review by a Medical Review Officer.
- Cannabinoids (marijuana, hashish – tests for metabolite THCCOOH)
- Cocaine (cocaine, benzoylecognine, cocaethylene)- tests for cocaine metabolite)
- Amphetamines (amphetamine, methamphetamine)
- Opiates (heroin, opium, codeine, morphine, 6-MAM)
- Phencyclidine (PCP)
- Methadone (MTD)
- Barbiturates (BAR)
- Benzodiazepines (BZO)
- Tricyclic antidepressants (TCA)
- Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA or ecstasy)
We provide Random drug and alcohol testing services via urine, hair and saliva for:
- Private/ Individual/ confidential
- US Coast Guard
- Department of Transportation
- Probation Dept
- Social Security