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Drug and Alcohol Testing 

Public transit systems must establish a drug and alcohol testing program to achieve a drug- and alcohol-free work force in the interest of the health and safety of employees and the public. This includes conducting drug and alcohol testing of safety-sensitive transit employees. The requirements are set forth in the following regulations:

Who must comply? Any recipient of Federal financial assistance under 49 U.S.C. Sections 5307, 5309, and 5311 of the Federal Transit Act, as amended or any recipient of Federal financial assistance under Section 103(e)(4) of title 23 of the United States Code must comply with these regulations.

Program requirements: All systems that must comply must develop a drug and alcohol testing program which meets the requirements of the Federal Transit Administration. This includes having a policy in place that addresses the requirements set forth in the regulation, training both safety-sensitive employees and supervisors, testing safety-sensitive employees in accordance with the procedures set forth in the regulation, and adhering to the administrative procedures set forth in the regulation.

Pre-employment alcohol testing: Federal regulations do not require pre-employment alcohol testing. In Ohio, however, pre-employment alcohol testing is required.

Annual MIS Reports are due:

Urban Transit Systems:  March 15

Rural Transit Systems:  Early February

 

 Resources

 
Federal Regulations
Information
Training Materials
 

 Forms and Templates

 
  
  
Acknowledgement of Employer's Drug and Alcohol Testing PolicyPDF
Affidavit of CorrectionPDF
Authorization for Release of Information from Previous Employer on U.S. DOT Drug and Alcohol TestingPDF
Collection Site ChecklistPDF
Drug and Alcohol Testing PolicyWord Document
Order for TestingPDF
Post Accident Testing Decision ReportPDF
Pre-employment Drug Testing AcknowledgementPDF
Pre-employment Testing LogPDF
Random Testing LogPDF
Reasonable Suspicion Incident ChecklistPDF
Safety-sensitive Employee Application SupplementPDF
Subrecipient Program Compliance ChecklistPDF
Substance Abuse Professional ReferralPDF
Substance Abuse Professional Referral - Employee Not PresentPDF
Zero Tolerance Drug and Alcohol Testing PolicyWord Document
 

 Contact

 

​Iyon Rosario
Drug and Alcohol Program Manager
Office of Transit Safety and Oversight
Federal Transit Administration
(202) 366-2010
iyon.rosario@dot.gov

Rural Transit Systems:
David Walker
Compliance Officer
(614) 644-0301
david.walker@dot.state.oh.us