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DOT-Compliant Drug & Alcohol Testing, Consortium and Clearinghouse:

DOT Drug Testing Locations in Missouri Near You

ENROLL in our DOT FMCSA testing program to assure compliance.

No matter where you are, there’s a testing location nearby ready to serve you.

DOT Compliant Drug and Alcohol Testing Services for CDL Drivers

Whether you’ve just obtained your CDL license or are an employer with new drivers, you must comply with DOT/FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Testing rules and regulations

Owner-operators or “for hire” CDL license holders are required to undergo testing through a Third-Party Administrator (C/TPA) such as Fleet Drug Testing before driving a commercial vehicle. They are not permitted to manage testing themselves.

At Fleet Drug Testing we manage everything for you. Simply enroll into our FMCSA drug & alcohol testing consortium and we will ensure your DOT testing requirements are fulfilled in a cost-effective manner.

FMCSA Drug Testing Requirements for Owner-Operator ("For Hire") CDL Drivers

Meeting these requirements is as simple as joining our testing program. We offer enrollment into a consortium which simplifies the compliance process by providing pre-employment testing, random testing and more. This ensures that all FMCSA testing requirements are met in a cost-effective and efficient manner.

FMCSA Drug Testing Requirements for Employers

We offer comprehensive services to help trucking and other CDL employers fulfill these FMCSA requirements. From random testing selection, sample collection, testing, record keeping, and reporting we ensure compliance in a cost-effective and efficient manner.

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Choose from our testing programs that comply with Department of Transportation CFR Part 382 & 40.


Per Year
  • Certificate of Enrollment
  • Online Access to Your Account
  • Medical Review
  • Nationwide Collection Sites


Per Year
  • Certificate of Enrollment
  • Online Access to Your Account
  • Medical Review
  • Nationwide Collection Sites
  • Pre-Employment Drug Test
  • Random Drug Testing


  • Online Access to Your Account


  • Supervisor Role Training
  • Alcohol & Drug Test Training
  • Training Certificate

Questions? Give us a call at (888) 709-5029, M-F 8am to 5pm (PDT)

We Provide and Manage All Federally Mandated Testing Requirements:

Pre-Employment Drug Testing

Before operating a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) for the first time, a truck driver or other CDL driver must undergo a drug test and receive a negative test result. Employers & owner/operators must ensure that this test is conducted.

Random Drug and Alcohol Testing

Owner/operators must participate in a DOT-approved random drug and alcohol testing program. The testing rate for random drug testing is 50% per year, while the testing rate for random alcohol testing is 10% per year. Employers have the option of joining or creating their own pool.

Post-accident Drug and Alcohol Testing

If a CDL driver is involved in an accident that meets certain criteria–fatalities, injuries requiring immediate medical attention, or towing of any vehicle–that driver may be required to undergo drug and alcohol testing.

Reasonable Suspicion Drug and Alcohol Testing

If you have reasonable suspicion to believe that a driver is using drugs or alcohol while on duty, the driver may be required to undergo drug and alcohol testing.

Return-to-Duty Drug and Alcohol Testing

If a driver has violated the DOT drug and alcohol testing regulations, he or she must undergo a return-to-duty drug and/or alcohol test before returning to safety-sensitive duties.

Follow-up Drug and Alcohol Testing

If a driver has violated the DOT drug and alcohol testing regulations, he or she may be subject to follow-up testing for up to five years.

Stay Compliant the Easy Way

  • Simplify the drug testing process – Our drug testing consortium can handle all aspects of the drug testing process, including specimen collection, laboratory testing, and result reporting. This can simplify the process for owner-operators and ensure compliance with DOT regulations.
  • Reduce costs – By pooling resources with other companies and owner-operators, consortium members can benefit from reduced drug testing costs. Our consortium can also negotiate lower rates with testing facilities and pass those savings on to our members.
  • Ensure compliance – Probably the biggest benefit to our drug testing consortium is that it can help ensure compliance with all DOT drug and alcohol testing regulations. This can include providing guidance on testing frequency, ensuring proper specimen collection procedures, and maintaining accurate records. All of these are vital for single-vehicle owner-operators.
  • Provide expert support – The staff of our drug & alcohol testing consortium can provide expert support and guidance on all aspects of the drug testing process. This can include answering questions about testing requirements, providing training on drug and alcohol testing procedures, and helping owner-operators navigate any compliance issues.
  • Increase accountability – Our consortium members are held accountable for complying with DOT drug and alcohol testing regulations. This can help ensure a level playing field for all owner-operators and reduce the risk of non-compliance.

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The state of Missouri is a key transportation hub for the Midwest and even the entire country. With routes across the state, trucking companies can transport goods to customers in any direction. According to data from the Missouri Trucking Association, one out of every 17 jobs in the state is in the transportation industry. If you are one of these workers in the transportation industry in Missouri, you must follow strict federal regulations set by the Department of Transportation (DOT), especially regarding drug testing. It’s crucial to choose a reliable company that can conduct drug testing in line with the DOT’s requirements. At Fleet Drug Testing, we provide drug testing that adheres to the DOT’s rules. Our services cover important jobs at locations throughout Missouri, from Columbia to St. Louis to Kansas City. Whether you’re driving on Interstate 35 or 64, our experienced team ensures accurate test results and full compliance with the DOT’s regulations throughout Missouri. If you want to know more or get started, contact us today. We’re here to keep you on the road safely.

How Does the DOT Drug Testing Program Work in Missouri?

The DOT drug testing program is a set of government rules that apply to workers in safety-sensitive jobs, like truck drivers, pilots, and train engineers in Texas. These jobs directly impact the safety of others. To get a license in Missouri or anywhere else in the country, following this program is necessary. In terms of procedure, the DOT drug testing program works like this:
  • Employers inform employees about the testing details, including when and where it will happen.
  • A trained collector at the testing site takes a urine sample from the employee, making sure it’s properly labeled and sealed to prevent tampering.
  • The sample is divided into two containers: the primary and split specimens. The primary one is sent to a certified laboratory for testing, while the split specimen is kept at the collection site in case of any issues.
  • The primary specimen undergoes analysis at a certified lab using a test called immunoassay. If it’s positive, a more precise test called gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) confirms the result.
  • A Medical Review Officer (MRO) reviews the results and contacts the employee if there’s a positive result. The MRO checks if the employee is taking any prescription medications that could explain the result. If there’s a valid medical reason, the result is reported as negative.
  • The MRO reports the results to the employer. If it’s positive, the employee is taken off safety-sensitive duties immediately, and the employer may need to report the positive result to the DOT.
  • Employees with positive results must undergo a substance abuse evaluation and follow a program of follow-up testing. They must test negative on a return-to-duty test before resuming their safety-sensitive duties.

Testing Intervals

Specifically, the DOT drug testing program tests safety-sensitive employees at the following intervals of their employment:
  • Pre-employment testing ensures that prospective employees pass a drug and alcohol test before they are hired.
  • Random testing involves the random selection of employees for drug and alcohol testing. At least half of the employees must undergo drug testing, and 10% must undergo alcohol testing within a year.
  • Reasonable suspicion testing is conducted when there is a valid reason to suspect that an employee is under the influence of drugs or alcohol, prompting the need for testing.
  • Post-accident testing is carried out after work-related accidents resulting in death, serious injury, or property damage. Employees involved in the accident must be tested for drugs and alcohol.
  • Return-to-duty testing mandates that employees who test positive for drugs or alcohol must complete substance abuse treatment and pass a test before they can resume their safety-sensitive job.
  • Follow-up testing is conducted on employees who previously tested positive and returned to work. It involves regular testing to monitor their ongoing compliance with drug and alcohol policies.
The DOT drug testing checks for marijuana, cocaine, amphetamines, opiates, and PCP using urine or saliva samples. Certified facilities in Missouri handle these tests.

Who Does the DOT’s Drug Testing Program Apply To in Missouri?

Being the primary federal agency responsible for ensuring the safety and efficiency of the transportation system, the Department of Transportation (DOT) carries a significant obligation towards people in Missouri utilizing various forms of travel. To ensure safety, the DOT focuses on regulating specific “safety-sensitive” employees. These individuals are in roles that can affect the safe operation of commercial vehicles or the safety of passengers and others on the road, track, or air. Examples of safety-sensitive employees encompass a range of roles, such as:
  • Truck drivers
  • Bus drivers
  • Pilots
  • Air traffic controllers
  • Ship captains and crew
  • Engineers
  • Conductors
  • Railroad workers
The ultimate objective of these requirements is to ensure that safety-sensitive employees, particularly drivers, and those operating vehicles, do not perform their duties while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. To this end, the DOT exercises strict control over the testing process, making it vital for individuals involved to comprehend the intricacies of the procedures.

What Happens If You Don’t Comply with the DOT Drug Testing Program?

Not following DOT rules can harm your business, whether you manage trucks or drive your own vehicle. Not obeying the rules goes beyond driving while intoxicated; it also involves using a lab not approved by the DOT, which may make test results unreliable. These rules are in place to keep everyone safe. If you don’t follow them, there can be serious consequences, such as:
  • Non-compliance may lead to fines, contract losses, legal actions, and increased DOT scrutiny, making it challenging to obtain future permits or licenses.
  • Employees who fail drug tests or violate DOT regulations may face suspension or termination, lose commercial driving privileges, and encounter difficulties securing transportation industry jobs in the future.

Stay Compliant With Fleet Drug Testing

At Fleet Drug Testing, we understand that finding a drug testing location that meets all DOT regulations can be challenging. That’s where our team comes in to assist you. Our testing programs eliminate the guesswork and provide access to certified labs all over Missouri, making the process much smoother. This not only helps you comply with DOT regulations but also keeps your business running smoothly. Contact us today to enroll now.