Having a compliant drug and alcohol program is a cornerstone to any successful motor carrier business. Make sure you have the program you need by working with a partner you can trust.
At Foley, we have over two decades of experience helping carriers manage their DOT drug and alcohol programs. From our large network of testing sites to our easy-to-use portal, running a compliant program has never been easier.
With over 12,000 collection sites nationwide, a local testing facility is never far away.
With Foley as your compliance partner, you can be sure you’re running a comprehensive program that complies with FMCSA regulations.
Program options include:
- Random, Pre-Employment, Post-Accident and Reasonable Suspicion tests
- Access to a nationwide network of 12,000+ collection sites
- A DOT-compliant written policy
- Certificate of Enrollment
- Medical Review Officer services
- Post-accident support
- Free audit support
- 24/7 emergency testing support
- Federal Chain of Custody Management
At Foley, we provide drug and alcohol program solutions for motor carriers of all sizes. To learn more about our comprehensive programs, fill out the form, visit our e-store or call us at (800) 253-5506.
Who Needs It?
- Your vehicle has a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) or Gross Combination Weight Rating (GCWR) of 26,001+ pounds
- You’re transporting at least 16 passengers
- You’re transporting hazardous materials and require placarding
- You are a certificated air carrier or operator who is authorized to conduct operations by the DOT.
- You perform safety-sensitive functions. This includes flight attendants, crew members and aviation screeners.
- You are a safety-sensitive employee who meets the FRA’s hours of service laws. This includes all engine service, dispatching and signal employees.
- You operate, maintain or otherwise control a public transit vehicle.
- You work on a pipeline or in a liquified natural gas facility. This includes all operators, maintenance personnel and emergency-response professionals.
- You work (or operate) a vessel owned by the United States that must be operated by someone who holds a license, certificate of registry or merchant mariner’s document.