Mobile Occupational Services, Inc.
We are a third party administrator with over 20 years of experience that has designed a program to help organize company substance abuse testing and employment screening. Mobile Occupational Services’ program will help your company comply with the Department of Transportation regulations as well as ensure the best quality candidates are considered for employment, which will help you maintain a safe, drug free, and quality workplace.
Services We Provide
As a third party administrator we provide services regulated by the Department of Transportation for the following modes:
- FMCSA - Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
- PHMSA - Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
- FAA - Federal Aviation Administration
- FTA - Federal Transit Administration
- FRA - Federal Railroad Administration
- USCG - United States Coast Guard
We provide company as well as consortium based programs.
We also have a program for non-regulated industries. Our non-regulated program is designed to mirror the federal regulations and then tailored to the needs of the specific industry and client. We commonly service industries such as:
- Personnel Services
Owner Operators Enroll Here
Our Drug Testing Program for owner operators / independent drivers is designed to keep you in compliance, take the worry out of DOT audits, and keep you in good standing with your brokers or those you sub haul for.
Our administrative services include all of the requirements for the Department of Transportation; drug and alcohol testing consortium, policies, random selection, record keeping, annual reports, and more.
Supervisor Training Class Dates
Online classes available anytime.
All classes start at 9 am and end at 11 am.
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