Drug & Alcohol Testing
Providing Services You Need
Whether you are looking for a DOT or non-DOT program, Workplace Health can help.
You will find affordable drug and alcohol testing services designed to help employers, transportation managers and owner/operators.
- DOT consortiums (random pools): FMCSA, USCG, FAA and others
- Trained and certified collections technicians
- Collection site security and integrity
- Negative results reported rapidly (most reported in less than 48 hours; some less than 24 hours)
- Personal customer service
- Medical Review Officers (MROs)
- Breath alcohol testing
- Collections at our site or yours
We work with most major DHHS-certified testing laboratories.
Workplace Health at MaineGeneral Medical Center is a provider of federally regulated drug and alcohol testing.
As an employer, you are responsible to comply with U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) drug and alcohol testing regulations.
From independent truckers to municipalities to large fleets — if your company has trucks, buses, school buses, marine vessels or airplanes, Workplace Health can help.
We can get you set up quickly in a DOT drug and alcohol testing consortium to meet your regulatory requirements.
Fill out our new client registration form
Am I Subject to USDOT Regulations?
To help you answer this question, the USDOT has developed a resource, Am I Covered?
USDOT Guidance and Best Practices
What Employers Need to Know about DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing
If you are interested in joining a Workplace Health DOT drug and alcohol testing consortium, print, complete and mail in our testing form.
The Maine Substance Abuse Testing Law (Title 26 MRSA, Section 680 et seq) controls employer drug testing not performed in response to federal mandates. Any company that wants to have a substance abuse testing program (but is not required to under federal law) must submit a policy to the Maine Bureau of Labor Standards for review and approval.
Maine Bureau of Labor Standards model substance abuse testing policies are available here.
Drivers/employers subject to FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration) drug and alcohol rules include anyone owning, leasing or driving a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) interstate or intrastate. A CMV is defined as:
- A vehicle with a gross vehicle weight or gross combination weight of 26,001 pounds or more
- A vehicle that can carry 16 or more passengers (including the driver)
- A vehicle of any size that transports hazardous materials and needs to be placarded