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Q.  Are you open 24 hours?

A.  Yes, On Site will respond to the work site 24/7.

Q. What are the benefits of keeping the employee on the job site?

A. There are many.  By testing on the job site it eliminates the travel time to and from a clinic  which means the employee could be absent from the work place for several hours and often is still on the employer’s payroll.  At On Site an employee can be tested in less than 10 minutes.  And the employer’s exposure to any type of liability, worker’s comp or civil liability, due to an auto accident to and from is virtually nil.

Q.  Why does it take so long for my employee to be tested at a clinic or hospital?

A.  When the employee enters a facility there are often many people ahead of them.  And if some one comes in who is injured your person is often passed over.  The sick and injured are typically taken first.  Something else should be considered.  If others are sick the employee is now exposed and could later be taking sick time off from work.  On Site testing  keeps the employee working until they are notified of their test.  Your employee has no exposure to sick people and have no wait time for the collection process.  And by using On Site the employee is always our # 1 priority.

Q.  How does on-site testing reduce or eliminate the possibility of the employee  adulterating his/her specimen?

A.  A busy clinic or hospital setting doesn’t always provide a secure bathroom for specimen collection (a violation of the U.S. D.O.T. drug testing procedure).  Due to the nature of these settings the donor often is not instructed to wash their hands and the technician may fail to detect the possession of specimen “adulterants”, especially by failing to prevent the donor from taking coat, purse, or any type of bag into the bathroom.  They may not have them remove all items from their pockets or have the donor remove hats and outer garments, all likely spots to hide “adulterants”.  On Site’s testing technicians are with the donor for the entire collection process.  On Site’s technicians  know the collection avoidance ploys that are commonly practiced by the perennial drug-abusers and addicts who can and always will cheat on their drug test when given the chance.

Q.  Will On Site respond to the scene of an accident to test a DOT covered employee.

A.  Yes, The Department of Transportation regulations call for testing for both drug and alcohol collection/tests to occur within a specific time frame, 32 hours for drug and 8 hours for alcohol.  If there is no regulation (death, citation, etc) that is requiring a test, than the employer who wants to test can do so but it must be conducted as a non-DOT test under the company authority.  Often a driver on the road is not close to a clinic to meet these regulations.  By dispatching to them they are not taken off their route thus loosing valuable time.

Q.  When is post-accident testing required for CDL drivers?

A.  If the CDL driver was operating a commercial motor vehicle that required the CDL than the driver is required to submit to drug and alcohol testing in the following situations:  Human fatality (other than the CDL driver); or If a citation has been issued for a moving violation, and any party receives immediate medical attention away from the accident scene; or if a citation has been issued for a moving violation and any vehicle is required to be towed away because of disabling damage.

FTA DOT Regulation CFR 49 Part 655. On Site technicians are Certified.

On Site Technicians are Certified:
FMCSA DOT Regulations 49 CFR Part 382
FRA DOT Regulation 49 CFR Part 219
FTA DOT Regulation 49 CFR Part 655
FAA DOT Regulation 49 CFR Part 120

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