FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse Assistance and Services
We have over 20,000 collection sites that can provide drug and alcohol testing nationwide. Comprehensive Drug Screening & DOT Compliance Services specializes in federal DOT drug testing, non-DOT drug testing, alcohol testing, random consortiums, drug-free workplace programs, and more. Our team of professionals can help you schedule a drug test anywhere in the US by calling our office at 800-713-5971 or you can order a drug test online, 24/7.
Services We Offer
- Complete Chain of Custody Management – Electronic Custody and Control Form
- Expert Laboratory Analysis
- Online Scheduling, Tracking, and Reporting
- Electronic Ordering Capabilities (eCCF)
- Extensive Collection Site Network
- Random Pool Management
- Compliance and Audit Assistance
- Medical Review Officer (MRO) Services
- Policy Assistance and Management
Owner-Operator Consortium Programs
☑ FMCSA Clearinghouse Query
☑ Random Testing Consortium
☑ Nationwide Locations
☑ Same Say Service
☑ Simple, Affordable & All Inclusive Package
We offer the following testing
We have over 10,000 locations across the country and we also serve our customers nationwide.
We are a Third Party Administrator, who can also handle all their Drug screening needs.
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