Is your testing process compliant with the United States Department of Transportation Omnibus Transportation Employee Act of 1991 (OTETA)?
Answer: Yes, Missouri OnSite Testing, LLC is certified by the U.S. Department of Transportation as a collection and testing company.
Who is required by the Department of Transportation to be drug tested?
Answer: The U.S Department of Transportation’s Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing act of 1991 requires drug and alcohol testing of employees who are working is areas that is considered safety sensitive. Included but not limited to transportation employees in the fields of aviation, trucking, railroads, mass transit, pipelines, and other transportation industries.
What testing options do you offer?
Answer: We offer Immunoassay (Analyzer-based), Instant + POC (Point of Contact), and Detection Window testing.
What types of samples does Missouri OnSite Testing collect?
Answer: Depending on the type of test we choose for your employee drug and alcohol testing program, DOT certified staff will collect urine, hair, and/or saliva samples.
Does Missouri OnSite Testing, LLC offer drug and alcohol testing needs of treatment courts and the criminal justice system?
Answer: Yes, we are able to offer testing compliant with most criminal justice system and treatment courts. Give us a call to discuss the specific requirements of your court appointed drug testing system.
How far will Missouri OnSite Testing, LLC travel to maintain a client’s drug and alcohol testing program?
Answer: Depending on the size of your company, Missouri OnSite Testing’s Drug Testing Technicians will travel nationwide your facility for onsite services. We also contract with a number of nationwide collection facilities to offer testing to all of your company’s locations. We currently have customers head quartered out of Springfield with drivers all over the US. We can test your drivers wherever they are located, as well as, receive and retain test results and records here at our Springfield, Missouri office.
How soon can I expect results for on-site drug and alcohol testing?
Answer: Some test results can be obtained immediately while onsite. Others may require a 24 hour turn around on a lab test with negative results. Positive results can take over 72 hours.