In this comprehensive guide for DOT urine drug screen specimen collections, you will learn:
- The requirements for becoming a certified DOT drug screen collector
- How to properly prepare your facility for testing
- The step-by-step process for conducting a drug screen in accordance with DOT guidelines
- How to interact with the donor and respond to various problem collection scenarios
This course features:
- Interactive Content
- Quizzes & Assessments
Note: This course is step 1 of a 2-step process. Step 2 is the proficiency demonstration of five error-free mock collections, which is required by DOT to be monitored in real-time by a qualified training monitor. We offer the mock collections monitoring both on-site and via video conference. The course and mock proficiency certification is valid for five years. Please contact us for details.
Why It's Important
Collectors are typically the only individuals who have direct face-to-face contact with the donor during the drug testing process. Collectors therefore play an important role in public safety by ensuring not just the integrity of the urine specimen collection, but of the entire DOT drug screening process.
The DOT is very particular about the steps collectors must take when conducting a DOT urine drug screen collection. These procedures are outlined in 49 CFR part 40 and must be followed for all DOT-regulated drug tests.