Motor carriers who engage drivers (whether employees or independent contractors) to operate vehicles that require a commercial drivers' license (CDL) are required to implement a drug and alcohol testing program and policy. The federal motor carrier safety regulations dictate the specific content of those policies, and require carriers to provide a copy to all drivers subject to the carrier's program and obtain a signed receipt from each driver. This fully-customizable policy is tailored to include all of the sections and information that is required by the regulations.
- Policy Scope
- Drug & Alcohol Prohibitions
- Required Tests
- Reasonable Suspicion
- Testing Procedures & Confidentiality
- Effects of Drug & Alcohol Use
- Driver Acknowledgement
Pertinent Regulation(s): 49 C.F.R. 382.601
Drug & Alcohol Policy for CDL Drivers
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