DOT Positive Drug Tests

By Mike Every, Foley As we addressed in our last article, “DOT Return-to-Duty & Follow-Up Testing,” the consequences of receiving a positive test result are pretty steep, and can create a difficu...

Twenty Helping Hands

NEFI Member Sends 10 Fuel Trucks to Assist in Hurricane Recovery Efforts

DOT Return-to-Duty & Follow-Up Testing

Of all DOT test types, Return-to-Duty (RTD) and Follow-Ups may be the most misunderstood, and they’re the ones all of us hope we never have to encounter. After all, these tests are only administered ...

Simplification Through Self-Sufficiency

OPW’s Fuel Management and Loading Equipment Enables Simple Energy to Eliminate Dependence on Third-Party Fuel Suppliers, Positions Company for Growth

Safe Driving Musts

How to Make Sure Your Drivers Are Not a Liability While on the Road

DOT Post-Accident Drug & Alcohol Testing

As we continue to delve into the various test types that DOT-regulated motor carriers are required to perform, it’s probably becoming clear to you that the FMCSA has specific criteria that must be me...

DOT Reasonable Suspicion Drug & Alcohol Testing

By Richard Pummell, Foley Carrier Services Our last two articles on Pre-Employment and Random Testing aimed to create a better understanding of the ins and outs of hiring and setting up drivers in a ...

DOT Random Drug & Alcohol Testing

Now that you have a negative result, and have put the new driver to work, you probably know that other drug tests will be required. But when do you send them? And how often?