Court Date Set for Co-Pilot Suspected of Being Intoxicated
April 14, 2016
Back in March an American Airlines Co-Pilot was arrested on the tarmac as passengers looked on after failing a breathalyzer test. The flight was about to leave the Detroit Metropolitan
OSHA Issues Final Rule Improving Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses
Oct. 25 2016
OSHA's proposed new post-accident rule has been delayed until November 1, 2016. As the date rapidly approaches, OSHA's FAQ page states that the new rule "does not prohibit drug
On Wednesday March 29, 2017 President Trump announced that his administration would be creating a new task force which would address the growing heroin and opioid epidemic.
"Drug abuse has become a crippling problem throughout the United States," said President Donald Trump.
Drug Free Workplace Programs
Businesses that utilize a employee drug testing program are commonly referred to as a Drug Free Workplace. However, many times companies do not fully qualify as a Drug Free Workplace because the drug testing program which they
10 Reasons to Implement a Drug-Free Workplace Policy
Many employers, clients and individuals often ask us “what are the benefits of a drug free workplace?”
Often times employers are hesitant on implementing a Drug Free Workplace Program because they believe that if an employee tests
Could Decriminalizing All Drugs End the War on Drugs?
March 25, 2016
The war on drugs has been faced with a global front, uniting nations from all over the world attempting to destroy the drug dealing networks. “The global war on drugs
On August 10th 2017, President Donald Trump declared a state of emergency in the United States, known as the Opioid Epidemic.
More and more people are becoming aware of this rapidly growing issue that imposes a huge threat on American citizens.
Which One is Better For You?
Urine Drug Testing
There are many pros and cons of urine drug testing, however urine drug tests are by far the most common test that dates back to 1966 invented by Germen biochemist Manfred Donike. Urine
FMCSA to lower random testing rate for controlled substances
FMCSA conducts a random survey to ensure compliance with the set testing rates, known as the Management Information System (MIS) or MIS survey.
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WASHINGTON — The Federal Motor Carrier Safety