Connect the dots between all parties involved in your drug and alcohol testing process. The DOT requires drug tests for pre-hire screening, reasonable suspicion and after accidents, as well as annual random tests. The drug and alcohol testing regulations necessitate information from several channels, including the carrier/designated employer representative (DER), collector terminal, medical review officer (MRO), testing lab and the driver.
DriverFacts Drug & Alcohol Assistant was created to fill a need in the transportation industry to reduce the time for testing completion while keeping accuracy a priority.
Swift Transportation enlisted DriverFacts’ help to re-vamp their drug and alcohol testing process in 2007, and since then, they’ve seen endless improvements in the way they process tens of thousands of records per year.