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            Operating Administrations' Drug and Alcohol Program Information

            As a result of the Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991, the following DOT Agencies established drug and alcohol testing regulations to ensure that aircraft, trains, trucks, and buses were operated in a safe and responsible manner. The following chart lists each DOT Agency's drug and alcohol testing related information:

            Operating Administrations' Drug and Alcohol Program Information
            DOT Agency & Web Pages Program Manager Drug & Alcohol Testing Regulations 2020 Random Drug Testing Rate 2020 Random Alcohol Testing Rate
            Federal Aviation Admin (FAA) Rafael Ramos
            Drug Abatement Division
            Room 803 (AAM-800)
            800 Independence Ave, SW
            Washington DC 20591
            Phone: 202-267-8442
            Fax: 202-267-5200
            For employers and employees in the aviation industry 14 CFR Part 120 25% 10%
            Federal Motor Carrier Safety Admin
            Juan Moya
            Drug and Alcohol Program Manager
            Office of Enforcement and Compliance
            Room W63-457
            1200 New Jersey Ave., SE
            Washington DC 20590
            Phone: 202-366-2096
            Fax: 202-366-7908
            For carriers and commercial driver's license holders (CDL) 49 CFR Part 382 50% 10%
            Federal Railroad Admin
            Jerry Powers
            Office of Railroad Safety - Office of Technical Oversight
            Room W33-310
            1200 New Jersey Ave., SE
            Washington DC 20590
            Phone: 202-493-6313
            Fax: 202-493-6478
            For employers and employees working in the railroad industry 49 CFR Part 219 25% - Covered Service 10% - Covered Service
            50% - Maintenance of Way* 25% - Maintenance of Way*
            Federal Transit Admin
            Iyon Rosario
            Office of Safety & Oversight
            TSO-30, Room E45-109
            1200 New Jersey Ave., SE
            Washington DC 20590
            Phone: 202-366-2010
            Mobile: 202-713-8362
            Fax: 202-366-3394
            For employers and employees working in the mass transit industry
            49 CFR Part 655
            50% 10%
            Pipeline & Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
            Wayne T. Lemoi
            Program Manager
            Office of Substance Abuse Policy, Investigations, & Compliance
            PHMSA Pipeline Safety National Programs
            3401 Centrelake Drive, Suite 550B, Ontario, CA 91761
            Phone: 909-937-7232
            Fax: - Call or e-mail for information
            For operators and employees working in the pipeline industry
            49 CFR Part 199
            50% N/A
            United States Coast Guard (USCG) (now with the Dept. of Homeland Security) Patrick Mannion
            Drug and Alcohol Program Manager
            Commandant (CG-INV)
            U.S. Coast Guard Stop 7501
            2703 Martin Luther King Jr AVE S.E.
            Washington, DC 20593-7501
            Phone: 202-372-1033
            Fax: 202-372-8367
            For employer and employees operating commercial vessels
            46 CFR Part 16
            46 CFR Part 4
            50% N/A

            “*”:? Random testing began?on 06/12/2017 - For more info see e-CFR.

            NOTE:?Employers (and C/TPAs) subject to more than one DOT Agency drug and alcohol testing rule may continue to combine covered employees into a single random selection pool.

            USCG covered employees may be combined with DOT covered employees in drug testing pools even though the USCG is now part of the Department of Homeland Security.

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            Last updated: Thursday, January 23, 2020