Compliance Products

Employee Drug and Alcohol Educational Material

This material contains the information required to be given to supervisors and safety-sensitive employees under the DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing Rules, the DOT requirements and Drug-Free Workplace Act.  Some of the topics include:

  • Your company's rights and responsibilities
  • Your rights and responsibilities
  • Know the signs and symptoms of Marijuana, Opiates, Cocaine, Amphetamines, Phencyclidine (PCP)
  • Where to get help when you or someone you know needs help
  • Dangers and effects on driving of Legal Substances, Alcohol, Depressants and Inhalents
  • Alcohol and Chemical Charts
  • Driver's Alert Certificate

Drug-Free Workplace Literature

​Written by the Institute for a Drug-Free Workplace, these educational booklets give employees answers to commonly asked questions about drugs and alcohol. 

​             - "What Every Employee Should Know About Alcohol Abuse - Answers to 20 Good Questions"

             - "What Every Employee Should Know About Alcohol Abuse"

             - "Guide to Dangerous Drugs"

             - "Employee Assistance Programs: An Employer's Development and Implementation Guide"

Employee Guide to Drug and Alcohol Testing

These are the tools employees need to understand drug and alcohol testing.  These tools tell them what to expect from the company and what is expected from them in a drug and alcohol testing program.  Available for a Drug-Free workplace and the following five DOT operating administrations including the PUC.

  • Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)
  • Federal Transit Administration (FTA)
  • Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
  • United States Coast Guard (USCG)
  • Including the Public Utilities Commission (PUC)

Policies and Procedures Manual

A comprehensive manual of policies and procedures to get your company into compliance with government regulations and an easy step-by-step method to create company policies on drugs and alcohol that will create a drug-free workplace. 

  • Company Compliance Manual
  • Company Policy

Each employer is obligated to provide the employee with the employers policies and procedures.  Having a company drug testing policy is an essential part of your testing.  Topics emphasized:

  • Purpose and Justification
  • Notification of employees
  • Pre-employment urinalysis
  • Random testing program 
  • Post-accident testing
  • Alcohol testing
  • Designated company personnel interface
  • Confidentiality and reporting requirements

​IDA provides expert technical and general consultation as may be reasonably required.  Program checklist, written forms and procedures:

  • Certification of Compliance.  The company certificate is your proof that your company is a drug-free workplace. 
  • Employee Acknowledgement of Policy.
  • Notice to report for Drug Specimen Collection. 
  • Notice to report for Alcohol Test.
  • Applicant Request for Submission of Urine Samples and Authorization to Test Urine Samples.
  • Employee Consent for Submission of BAT and/or Urinalysis Collection, Testing and Release of Information form. 
  • Reasonable Suspicion Alcohol Testing Procedures Checklist. 
  • Reasonable Suspicion Report for Alcohol. 
  • Reasonable Suspicion Drug Testing Procedure Checklist. 
  • Reasonable Suspicion Report for Drugs. 
  • Certificate of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Training for supervisors and management personnel.
  • Driver Receipt of Drug and Alcohol Educational Materials and Driver Certification. 

Driver Acknowledgement of Drug and Alcohol Safety Training.