OSCHMANN HAS THE EXPERTISE IN PROVIDING A COMPREHENSIVE FTA PROGRAM FOR YOU
Provide drug screens utilizing our national network of collection facilities, SAMHSA certified laboratories and Medical Review Officer services
Certified test results are distributed in a timely manner utilizing our secure reporting system
Randomly test regulated transit employees using an industry accepted scientifically valid method (25% annually for drugs and 10% annually for alcohol) including draws, notifications and follow-ups
Conduct pre-employment drug tests for each new regulated employee
Conduct post-accident testing as required by federal regulations
Provide annual and semi-annual drug testing summary reports as required
Provide customized report packages based on individual needs
Access to an on-line Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training and Employee Workplace Substance Abuse Training.
OSCHMANN WILL MAKE SURE YOU MEET ALL FTA TESTING REQUIREMENTS NATIONWIDE
Third Party Management Services
As a nationwide provider of third party management for employer drug and alcohol testing programs, we have the ability to meet your needs throughout the country no matter the size of your company. Based on the number of regulated employees, Oschmann Employee Screening Services can set up a company specific testing program to meet the federal requirements or enroll you in our FTA drug testing consortium.
Consortium testing is ideal for smaller companies and owner/operators to meet the requirements. A Consortium pools your regulated employees with regulated employees from other companies in order to have a large enough base to select individuals equitably throughout the year.
We are highly regarded by the Federal and State Enforcement Agents from the various modes that have audited our members’ programs. The Department of Transportation regulations allow for Consortiums to administrate the random testing of regulated employees in order to comply with the DOT standards.
Who is required to test by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA)?
- All recipients and subrecipients receiving Federal assistance under (i) 49 U.S.C. 5307, 5309, or 5311; or (ii) 23 U.S.C. 103(e)(4) including contractors Safety Sensitive employees as defined by §655.4.