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April 19, 2014

Department of Transportation Announces 2014 Random Testing Rates

The United States Department of Transportation (“DOT”)’s Office of Drug and Alcohol Policy and Compliance announced on December 5, 2013 the annual minimum drug and alcohol random testing rates for 2014 for employers regulated by each DOT operating agency:                                                                         

Department of Transportation Announces 2014 Random Testing Rates

Employers subject to more than one DOT Agency drug and alcohol testing rule may continue to combine covered employees into a single random selection pool, as long as they test at or above the highest minimum annual random testing rates established by the DOT Agencies under whose jurisdiction they fall.

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Kathryn J. Russo, Disability Attorney, Jackson Lewis Law firm
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Kathryn J. Russo is a Shareholder in the Long Island office of Jackson Lewis P.C.  She is one of the Practice Leaders of the firm’s Drug Testing and Substance Abuse Management Practice Group and is considered a firm resource on the legal issues implicated in workplace drug and alcohol testing arising under federal, state and local laws.

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