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Effective 1/1/2018 the DOT drug testing panel will include marijuana, cocaine, amphetamines, phencyclidine (PCP), and opiates as well as four semi-synthetic opioids (i.e., hydrocodone, oxycodone, hydromorphone, oxymorphone).
The chances of a DOT driver testing positive for drug or alcohol use are very low, but with fines as high as $25,000 to $30,000 per violation, it only takes one incident to reinforce the need to work with medical service providers that ensure that your program is in compliance.
Sleep related workplace accidents and errors cost organizations $31 billion each year. 50 to 70 million U.S. adults have sleep or wakefulness disorders. Is your organization aware of the dangers of sleep depravation?
Learn from an expert how common medical conditions can affect DOT status!
Associate Corporate Medical Director Brian Morris, MD, JD, MBA, MPH and member of the FMCSA Medical Review Board that makes recommendations to the DOT has created a thorough resource for individuals who will be taking a DOT medical exam.
Two new major DOT changes have gone into effect and this can be a significant change for how government employees (municipalities, etc.) go through the process of obtaining or renewing a Commercial Driver's License. Read how this affects these employees here.
The new DOT changes are going into effect! See a real world example of why they are so important.
AllOne Health Associate Medical Director Dr. Brian Morris has been granted the extremely rare distinction of having his tenure on the FMCSA Medical Review Board extended another 2 years. As a member of the Medical Review Board Dr. Morris works diligently to keep our highways safe.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) has recently unveiled two new procedure changes. These modifications will affect the certification of medical examiners that perform examinations for interstate drivers and commercial driver’s licenses.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) has recently unveiled two new procedure changes. These modifications will affect the certification of medical examiners that perform examinations for interstate drivers and commercial driver’s licenses. It is critical to be aware of the changes taking place so that you and your workplace stay compliant. Dr. Brian Morris, Member Medical Review Board FMSCA, will give you all of the details to keep you informed and ready when the changes go into effect.
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