The FMCSA Clearinghouse webinar covers:
- What is the Clearinghouse
- Who is required to use the Clearinghouse
- When new regulations go into effect
- How to get in compliance
- Registering for the Clearinghouse
- Conducting queries in the Clearinghouse
drug & alcohol clearinghouse webinar
Have questions about the new FMCSA Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse and what CDL Drivers, Owner Operators and Employers need to do to comply with the new regulations going into effect January 6, 2020?
Watch the recording of the free webinar your local DOT Drug & Alcohol Compliance Expert, Craig Bourque presented in December 2019 for those seeking more information bout these new changes.
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It is important to stay current on DOT drug and alcohol testing regulations. Failure to follow these regulations result in hefty fines and the risk of being placed “out of service” and out of business.
Let your local DOT Drug & Alcohol Compliance experts help you and your company stay up to date and in compliance with these regulations. Carolina Testing is a full service C/TPA providing a vast menu of services including random drug and alcohol testing program management, training, education and FMCSA Clearinghouse reporting and management services.
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With changes to the FMCSA regulations pertaining to the Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse, your drug and alcohol policy should be revised to include the new Clearinghouse requirements found in FMCSA regulations section 382 subsection G. Let the professionals at Carolina Testing review your current policy to make sure it covers the newest regulations.
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Training for employees, supervisors and Designated Employer Representatives is available locally and online via webinar depending on your company needs.
With the new Clearinghouse regulations, a DER refresher course may be a good review of the responsibilities for this critical role.