DOT Drug & Alcohol
Testing Services

Simplified & Affordable Drug Testing Programs


TDS Provides

A Full-Service Solution

TDS offers an easy-to-navigate platform and real-time multilingual client support. We take care of the compliance, testing, and reporting portion of your business so you can focus on what matters.

4670 N El Capitan Ave Ste # 105, Fresno, CA 93722


DOT Random
Consortium Program

FMCSA encourages all employers/ Owner Operators to join Random Consortium

Drug Testing

We Provide Drug and Alcohol testing and compliance programs for The Department of Transportation.

Drug Testing

We also offer NON-DOT regulated drug testing.


Who Needs

DOT Compliance?

DOT regulations are applicable to any CMV operator in the United States not just trucking companies. A CMV, outside of belonging to a company or corporation, is defined as any vehicle that satisfies one of the following conditions:

  • Weighs (including any load) 10,001 lbs or more.
  • Transports hazardous materials (property-carrying vehicle) in a quantity requiring a hazardous material placard.
  • Transports 16 or more passengers (passenger-carrying vehicle), including the driver, without compensation.
  • Transports 9 or more passengers (passenger-carrying vehicle), including the driver, for compensation.

What do you need with

DOT Drug & Alcohol testing compliance?

The Drug Testing Services can assist Owner Operators / Fleet Owners with all of the required necessary components to stay compliant with DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing Program.

  • Pre-Employment Drug Testing.
  • Designated Employer Representative (DER)
  • Written Policy & Regulations on file.
  • Random, Reasonable Suspicion, Post-Accident, Return to Duty & Follow-up Testing
  • Employee Education
  • Supervisor Training
  • Previous Employer Checks
  • Removal of employees from safety sensitive work when positive or refusal to test.
  • Substance Abuse Professional (SAP)

New to the industry?
Are you not sure where to start?

Learn more about our DOT compliance programs for employees in departments that are governed by the department of transportation. Staying DOT compliant allows you to retain your job and avoid jail time, hefty penalties, and higher insurance.