Title Summary
General Instructions
Change of minimum drug testing rate for 2016.
The revised requirement for conducting alcohol and drug testing became effective June 20, 2006 and is applicable to all vessels in commercial service in the event of a Serious Marine Incident (SMI).
GUIDANCE FOR REVIEWING PROGRAMS FOR ISSUANCE OF A LETTER OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLIANCE
A simple tri-fold that summarizes the two-hour rule for alcohol testing following a serious marine incident.
A booklet describing what Marine Employers need to know about drug testing.
Federal register notice listing approved labratories that meet minimum standards to engage in urine drug testing for Federal Agencies.
Narrative description of DAPI Program.
Direct Observation of Return-to-Duty and Follow-up drug tests.
See attached document for Federal Register Notice (FRN) dated June 11, 2012 regarding Conforming Products List of Evidential Breath Alcohol Measurement Devices.
DOT POLICY on recent state passed initiative to permit the use of marijuana for so-called recreational purposes.
The Department of Transportation's Drug and Alcohol Testing Regulation 49 CFR Part 40, at 40.151(e) does not authorize medical marijuana under a state law to be a valid medical explanation for a transportation employee's positive drug test result.
Forms
Provides general policy on crewmember sharing between Charterboat Operators.
A positive drug test of a urine sample is one which a designated Medical Review Officer (MRO) verifies as positive. The MRO is a licensed physician with knowledge of substance abuse, chemical testing, and related subjects.
Federal Register / Vol. 77, No. 115 / Thursday, June 14, 2012 / Notices
The attached is an audit checklist used to evaluate a chemical testing program.
This document gives guidance for DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing Personnel for access to regulated facilities or vessels and provides information on how to obtain a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC).
A Letter of Regulatory Compliance (LORC) is a letter from Commandant (CG-INV) that states that a company or consortium/third party administrator's (C/TPA) chemical testing policy meets the intent of the regulations set forth by the Coast Guard at 46 CFR 16 and Department of Transportation at 49 CFR Part 40.