DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing Consortium

Comprehensive & Compliant DOT Services

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Comprehensive & Compliant DOT Services

Do you have employees that are subject to DOT drug testing regulations? If so, Total Reporting has the solution for you. We know that not all jobs have the same drug testing requirements. This is why we provide a comprehensive & fully-compliant DOT drug testing consortium program. We offer 5-Panel urine tests as well as alcohol breath tests. Our national network of sample collection sites allows us to provide this service anywhere in the US. Our drug testing protocols follow DOT regulations to the letter. We specialize in all DOT branches, so we can keep you compliant no matter what rules your employees fall under.

Total Reporting enables you to examine and control all parts of your DOT program online, from your PC, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Even better, because we’ve embedded compliance components into our system, our safe, confidential web-based program ensures that you satisfy all DOT regulations. All you have to do is create an account and go through our easy setup process. Total Reporting’s screening platform is designed to work in tandem with your existing HR Information System (HRIS), Applicant Tracking Software (ATS), or Human Capital Management (HCM) platform. We can also connect with your customized system: just contact us, and we’ll help you through the process. The best part is that you become compliant as soon as you sign up! Fill out the form to schedule a free demo today!

Dot Consortium Management Services


Department Of Transportation - USA

FMCSA | Federal Motor Carrier Services Administration
HMSA | Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
FAA | Federal Aviation Administration
USCG | United States Coast Guard

Total Reporting also provides consortium services to non-regulated businesses providing random drug testing programs.

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DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing

Our DOT Drug and Alcohol testing services are comprehensive and DOT compliant. We offer everything you need for instant compliance and peace of mind:

  • DOT Drug Testing Consortium
  • Nationwide Network of Collection Sites
  • Random Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • Instant Online Test Results
  • Federal Chain of Custody Forms
  • MRO Services


Total Reporting helps you manage your DOT drug and alcohol testing program online. Our system provides test results in real-time so you don’t have to wait.

DOT Consortium Management

Our DOT Consortium Management services helps your business run smoothly through the maintenance and management of your DOT employees and includes:

  • Pre-Employment Screening
  • Document Management & Storage
  • Instant DOT Compliance
  • MIS Services & Audit Reporting


From test administration to record keeping, our fully-compliant system ensures no stone is left unturned without sacrificing efficiency. We make it easy for employers to stay ahead of any regulations.

Why Choose Total Reporting?



No matter your business size, we have an option that’s right for you



Thousands of collection sites Nationwide and instant test results

US Support

US Support

US-based reps are available to assist you day or night

Instant Compliance

Instant Compliance

As soon as you sign up, you become immediately compliant

DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing FAQs

Does DOT drug test check for alcohol?

Yes. We offer tests that check for alcohol as well as 5-panel tests for marijuana, cocaine, amphetamines, opioids, and phencyclidine (PCP). DOT alcohol tests can detect blood alcohol levels of 0.02 and greater. You will get results for all tests on the same day the test was conducted.

What is a shy bladder in DOT drug testing?

When an employee cannot produce a urine sample within 3 hours of the first attempt, they may be experiencing “shy bladder”. DOT testing requires close supervision while producing a sample, which can cause the employee to be unable to urinate. In this situation, the employee has 5 days to get an evaluation from a physician. The medical review officer (MRO) will decide whether the test is considered a refusal or is considered cancelled.

How much urine is needed for a DOT drug test?

DOT regulations state that a total of 45 mL of urine must be collected and split between two containers: one 30 mL container and one 15 mL container. All DOT urine sample collections must be performed this way, otherwise it won’t be compliant.

What types of DOT tests must I conduct?

The DOT tests you need will depend on which regulations you have to follow. Most companies that fall under DOT regulations need to conduct 5-Panel tests and random screens. To check if your company is covered under DOT regulations, use this tool: Am I Covered?

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Still not convinced? Schedule a free demo today and we will show how streamlining your screening needs with Total Reporting will minimize hiring risk and save your business thousands of dollars. There’s no setup fee, no cancellation fee, and no monthly or hidden fees of any kind. There is no risk to trying us out and seeing for yourself why smart managers are using Total Reporting.

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