Drug & Alcohol consortium
Maintain compliance with all DOT and FMCSA drug and alcohol regulations and guidelines, while keeping overall costs down with our Drug & Alcohol Testing Consortium.
What is a DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing Consortium Program?
Random drug and alcohol testing programs are required by the DOT for single driver employers, owner-operators, and employers with multiple drivers. A third-party consortium implements and manages a drug and alcohol testing program to help assist with the DOT/FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Testing rules and regulations. Owners-operators and motor carriers that have only one CDL driver are required to join a consortium as they are not permitted to run random testing programs alone.
What Are The Benefits Of A Drug & Alcohol Consortium?
Consortium Membership Fee:
Fill out the form below
(Blood draws & physicals
require an appointment
and are available 7:30AM to 4:30PM)
721 Cardinal Lane, Suite 100
Green Bay, WI 54313
Monday – Thursday: 8AM to 6PM
Friday: 8AM to 5PM