Top FMCSA Drug & Alcohol Violations Bear Hefty Penalties

While it is important to have a drug testing management program in place, employers should be aware of the possible violations and penalties that could take place. Five of the most common FMCSA drug and alcohol testing violations include failing to implement a drug and alcohol testing program, using a driver before receiving a pre-employment drug test result, failing to do random alcohol tests at the applicable annual rate, using a driver with a .04 alcohol level and failing to conduct a pre-employment query of the Clearinghouse.


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