Consequences of a Drug Test Refusal

A Department of Transportation (DOT) drug test can occur during many points of employment. You may know what happens when you fail a DOT drug test, but what if you refuse to take it altogether? Will that cost you your job or can you simply retake the test in the…

Canadians and DOT Testing

Canadians and DOT Testing The United States Department of Transportation (USDOT or DOT) is one of the executive departments of the U.S. federal government. It was established by Congress in the Department of Transportation Act on October 15, 1966.  The department began operation on April 1, 1967. It is headed…

Does a Failed Pre-Employment Drug Test Go on Your DOT Record?

Does a Failed Pre-Employment Drug Test Go on Your DOT Record? The US Department of Transportation (DOT) requires a pre-employment drug test for all safety-sensitive employees. This includes airline workers, school bus drivers, train engineers, truck drivers, and many others. If you fail or refuse a pre-employment DOT drug test,…