FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse Resources are Now Available Online
Use the menu link above or CLICK HERE to access.(password protected)
FMCSA EXPANDS GUIDANCE ON RANDOM TESTING COMPLIANCE FOR CY 2020
On July 6, 2020, FMCSA issued guidance to employers regarding 49 CFR Part 382, random drug and alcohol testing impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The NOTICE OF ENFORCEMENT DISCRETION DETERMINATION: RANDOM CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE AND ALCOHOL TESTING applies to random testing for calendar year 2020. The earlier FMCSA guidance to employers on Part 382 compliance impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic expired June 30, 2020.
UPDATE – 5-14-2020
8:30 am – 5:30 pm
Please arrive by 5:00 pm for Drug Testing
8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Please arrive by 4:30 pm for Drug Testing
Face masks preferred for urine during testing
Face masks required for services performed up close such as physical exams, blood draws, TB tests, and hair tests
DISRUPTIONS TO DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19)
PRESIDENTIALLY DECLARED NATIONAL EMERGENCY
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Medical Review Officer and drug test reporting services will continue uninterrupted.
Consortium / TPA and collection site management services will continue uninterrupted.
Our Newark and Zanesville collection sites remain open for DOT and essential employee testing.
Hours have been limited Please call before sending a donor.
Newark: 740-344-4622 Zanesville: 740-454-9805
3/25/2020 11:55 am
Substance abuse is often the silent and unseen cause of work related accidents.
At Ohio Health Consortium (OHC), we provide a full range of substance abuse testing and employment screening services. Our focus is on providing services to firms regulated by the Federal and State Departments of Transportation as well as those participating in the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation Drug Free Safety Programs. We serve over 4000 employers throughout the country, and our fees are among the most competitive in the industry. Statistics from national studies estimate the cost of substance use to employers ranges from $7,000 to $25,000 annually per substance user. Implementation of a Drug-Free Workplace is truly a good business decision.
Let us help you to keep your employees safe, reduce your medical claims, and improve productivity with a Drug-Free Workplace Program!
Please see our Services below for more information on how we can assist in meeting your needs and regulatory obligations.