DOT Clearinghouse Enrollment

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Ashlee Arnold / Vice President US Drug Test Centers

FAQs
What is the Clearinghouse?

The FMCSA Clearinghouse is a repository database where DOT drug and alcohol violations are recorded. Violations include but are not limited to positive drug and/or alcohol test results, refusals to test and actual knowledge of a illicit drug or alcohol use. The primary role of the FMCSA Clearinghouse is heightened safety. The database will allow employers increased insight and real-time access to reported violations for new and existing employees and it will become more difficult for drivers to conceal drug and alcohol violations from employers during the pre-employment investigation or hiring process. For more information, contact US Drug Test Centers today!

Who is required to enroll in the Clearing House?

- Drivers who hold Commercial Driver's Licenses (CDLs) performing safety-sensitive duties.
- DOT-regulated employers of such CDL drivers who operate commercial motor vehicles (CMVs)
- Student drivers who hold Commercial Learner's Permits (CLPs) and are training to perform safety-sensitive duties.
- Consortia/third-party administrators (C/TPAs) managing FMCSA-regulated employers and drivers or owner operators.
- Medical Review Officers (MROs)
- Substance Abuse Professionals (SAPs)
- State Drivers Licensing Agencies (SDLAs)

What Clearing House services does US Drug Test Centers provide?

US Drug Test Centers is an experienced C/TPA that is equipped to manage all employer-required responsibilities for your business if designated to. This includes but is not limited to assistance with Clearinghouse employer registration and Query plan purchases, administration of all required pre-employment and annual Queries, reporting of violations such as refusals or actual knowledge, and reporting of return-to-duty (RTD) and follow up testing. In addition to the reporting of RTD and follow up test results, US Drug Test Centers also provides a randomized selection program for required follow-up testing following the completion of a Substance Abuse program (SAP).

  • All FMCSA, DOT-covered companies and owner-operators are required to sign up with the Clearinghouse.
  • Enrolling is easy with US Drug Test Centers as your TPA.

Clearinghouse Programs for FMCSA Companies and Owner Operators

You may or may not have heard about some changes going on with the FMCSA Department of Transportation regarding the Clearinghouse. If you are not familiar with these changes that are going into effect on January 6, 2020, please refer to https://www.usdrugtestcenters.com/dot-clearinghouse.html for more information.

All FMCSA, DOT covered Companies and Owner Operators are required to sign up on the Clearinghouse website before January 6, 2020. US Drug Test Centers offers 2 unique programs to help assist your company in the Clearing House process.

Instructions on How to Enroll

In order to complete your enrollment, please click on the company enrollment or owner operator enrollment button above. Once you have enrolled with us (using one of the buttons above), please click on the following link to complete your enrollment with the DOT: https://clearinghouse.fmcsa.dot.gov/Register. Once enrolled, US Drug Test Centers must be selected as your company's Third-Party Administrator (TPA). (When selecting the TPA, please search under "drug" and our company name will appear).

What Does Your Enrollment Include?

Companies:

    • Unlimited consultation
    • Policy addendum
    • Required annual driver queries (5 drivers included in enrollment each year)
    • Required queries of new drivers (5 drivers included in enrollment each year)
    • Reporting of violations
    • Reporting of negative return to duty result
    • Reporting of completion of required follow up testing
    • Reporting of employer determined refusals
    • Reporting of actual knowledge

Owner Operators:

    • Unlimited Consultations
    • Required annual driver query
    • Required new driver query
    • Reporting of Violations
    • Reporting of negative return to duty result
    • Reporting of completion of required follow up testing
    • Reporting of employer determined refusals
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