DOT and Non-DOT Random Drug and Alcohol Testing for Compliance

HireRight offers random drug and alcohol testing program management services for employers who are required to include their safety-sensitive employees in a federally mandated random testing program, as well as employers who implement random programs based on company policy or Drug-Free Workplace guidelines.

HireRight’s online random program is flexible by design and provides multiple random pool options including individual company pools, consortium pools for single employers, and national consortium pools for small business owners. Employers can generate reports to view real-time test status on selected employees and access historical draw and roster details.

Key Benefits
  • Automated random program administration process
  • Complete online management
  • Real-teim compliance status

HireRight Random Program Management

Having a random drug and alcohol testing program in place is beneficial for many reasons including: meeting regulatory requirements, allowing employers to identify employees who are violating the company’s drug-free workplace policy, reducing liability, fostering a safer work environment, and providing a fair way to periodically re-test employees.

  • Saves time by automating the administration process
  • Flexible program to support multiple types of random pools
  • Scientifically valid method for selecting employees for testing
  • Compliance with DOT regulatory testing program
  • Helps employers identify employees who are violating the company's drug-free workplace policy

Key Features

  • Upload and manage roster online
  • Real-time access to current and historical draw details
  • Track status of completed and required tests
  • Robust tools for proactive compliance management and audit preparedness
  • Separate DOT and non-DOT random testing pools and programs
  • Expanded user permissions (corporate, regional, or location)
  • Ability to edit reason on test results
  • Document when an employee is unavailable for testing and why