DOT Testing: Do You Need a Stand-Alone or Consortium Pool?
Businesses that operate under the Department of Transportation (DOT) drug testing regulations must meet all of their requirements to maintain a drug-free work environment. ARCpoint Labs of [location] can assist you in meeting them all. We can also help you to assess which type of DOT drug testing pool is appropriate for your company: a stand-alone or consortium pool.
DOT Stand-Alone Pool
In a stand-alone drug testing pool, employees of a company make up the random testing group. This type of testing is usually feasible with companies that have a large number of employees. The larger number of employees, the more adequate the makeup of the random testing pool.
ARCpoint Labs is experienced in working with both stand alone and consortium national drug testing pools. We provide accurate, reliable, and confidential testing.
DOT Consortium National Pool
In a consortium national pool, several different companies group their employees together to make up the random drug testing pool. Smaller companies with fewer employees can benefit from the use of a national pool. DOT regulations require employees with only one employee to take part in a consortium national pool in order to ensure a random testing group.
We have experience working with both types of drug testing pools and will be happy to assist you.
Accurate. Reliable. Confidential Testing.