- 1 What is the difference between a DOT and non-DOT drug screen?
- 2 What is the difference between a DOT physical and a non-DOT physical?
- 3 What drugs are tested for in a DOT drug test?
- 4 What are the cutoff levels for a non-DOT drug test?
- 5 What does a non DOT physical include?
- 6 What can cause you to fail a DOT physical?
- 7 What does a non DOT exam consist of?
- 8 How far back does a dot urine drug test go?
- 9 What happens if you test positive on a DOT drug test?
- 10 Will they tell me if I fail a drug test?
- 11 What do you do if you fail a DOT drug test?
- 12 Will CBD show on drug test?
What is the difference between a DOT and non-DOT drug screen?
A DOT drug (or alcohol) test is a test done under DOT authority on a DOT-regulated employee, meaning that person is a safety-sensitive employee. Conversely, a non-DOT drug or alcohol test is typically done under an employer’s authority.
What is the difference between a DOT physical and a non-DOT physical?
Non-DOT physical examinations Their physical assessments cover areas such as cardiovascular fitness, posture, range of motion, strength, functional movements, manual material handling, joint stability and flexibility. They don’t include areas such as hearing, vision or urinalysis, which are included in a DOT physical.
What drugs are tested for in a DOT drug test?
DOT drug tests require laboratory testing (49 CFR Part 40 Subpart F) for the following five classes of drugs:
- Opiates – opium and codeine derivatives.
- Amphetamines and methamphetamines.
- Phencyclidine – PCP.
What are the cutoff levels for a non-DOT drug test?
What are the cutoff levels for non-DOT drug tests?
- Marijuana/cannabis – 50 ng/mL (initial test); THCA – 15 ng/mL (confirmatory test)
- Cocaine – 150 ng/mL (initial test); Benzoylecgonine – 100 ng/mL (confirmatory test)
- Opiates (codeine/morphine) – 2000 ng/mL.
- 6-Acetylmorphine – 10 ng/mL.
- Phencyclidine – 25 ng/mL.
What does a non DOT physical include?
Non-DOT Physical Exams Include: Height, weight, & vital signs. Urine specimen – Glucose test for diabetes. Vision test. Range of motion.
What can cause you to fail a DOT physical?
What might cause you to fail your DOT physical exam?
- Cardiovascular disease.
- Respiratory disease.
- High blood pressure.
- A nervous disease.
- A psychiatric disease.
- Poor eyesight (isn’t improved by corrective lenses)
What does a non DOT exam consist of?
A Non-DOT drug test consists of either a 5-drug panel or a 10-drug panel. A DOT drug test looks for five drugs, and is referred to as a 5-panel screen: Marijuana. Cocaine.
How far back does a dot urine drug test go?
The amount of follow-up testing you receive is determined by a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) and may continue for up to 5 years. This means the SAP will determine how many times you will be tested (at least 6 times in the first year), for how long, and for what substance (i.e. drugs, alcohol, or both).
What happens if you test positive on a DOT drug test?
What Are The Consequences Of Testing Positive On A Random DOT Drug And Alcohol Test? There are individuals who test positive for drugs and substances such as marijuana, cocaine, opiates or PCP and amphetamines. This will lead to immediate suspension.
Will they tell me if I fail a drug test?
You probably won’t hear from the company about the drugs test result if you have passed it, but if you fail, you can expect to hear from a Medical Review Officer (MRO). If you lie, they will know because they have access to the drug test results and know what was in your system when you took the drug test.
What do you do if you fail a DOT drug test?
The United States Department of Transportation (DOT) mandates that if you fail a DOT-required drug test, you must be removed from your safety sensitive DOT covered position. Then you must see a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP).
Will CBD show on drug test?
CBD will not show up in a drug test because drug tests are not screening for it. CBD products may well contain THC, however, so you can fail a drug test after taking CBD products.