Once there, you have up to three hours to produce a specimen. If you arrive unable to provide a sample, you will be given four glasses of water and up to three hours. If you do not produce an ample quantity of specimen or if your specimen is outside of the temperature range of the human body, you will be asked to try again, and given the four glasses of water. If you do not produce a viable sample and leave before that 3-hour window, this will be considered a REFUSAL TO TEST.
Random drug testing of your employees can help to assure they are not engaging in drug use at any time, not just the few days before they are hired. WorkFit Medical manages the pools and the random draws for employers for both DOT and Non-DOT programs.
Non-DOT Randoms Programs can be designed to meet the needs of the employer. You can determine the frequency and timing of the pulls and we will assist you in the testing and the interpretation of the results. We have a certified Medical Review Officer (MRO) to guide the team.
DOT/Federal Randoms Program – According to federal regulations, you must be enrolled in a random management program if you have drivers driving vehicles over 26,001 pounds. WorkFit Medical manages the pools and pulls for the testing program, and provides the required reports to employers.
WorkFit will request an updated driver roster before the start of every quarter (January, April, July, and October). Employers will receive a list of employees selected randomly from the pool to be tested. Employers are given guidance on best practice for notifying employees – as well as regulatory requirements.