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DOT Physical Exam (CDL) / Non-DOT Physical Exams & Random Drug/Alcohol Testing

Another company (Work Well PLLC) was opened to manage these services.

DOT PHYSICAL EXAM (CDL) / Non-DOT Physical Exams

cartoon school busWe are a TeamCME clinic providing real-time, on-line scheduling features allowing drivers to view available appointments and schedule a DOT / Non-DOT Medical exam. Motor Carriers can also schedule DOT medical exams for their drivers from their office computer.

The Department of Transportation (DOT) is a government agency whose role encompasses the regulation and safety within the transportation industry. Consequently, the DOT has mandated that all people who work within the transportation industry, especially those in safety sensitive positions, are required to be physically qualified to perform the essential functions of their jobs, and be free of illicit drug use.

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Anyone who carries a commercial drivers license (CDL) is also regulated by The Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration (FMCSA) Spanish Language Web Site for Motor Carriers – Pagina Principal. The FMCSA is the specific agency within the DOT that governs the physical qualifications for truck drivers, and the drug and alcohol testing process associated with the trucking industry. Every 24 months (2 years) you must have a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) medical examination that meets all DOT requirements. Here at Work Well PLLC, we meet or exceed those requirements, because we are familiar with these established guidelines regarding the physical requirements as outlined by FMCSA.

A CMV driver medical exam is required for an interstate driver (drives across state lines) of a vehicle/trailer weighing over, or rated to carry more than 10,000 lbs (total weight). Also, a driver of a vehicle that has a capacity to carry, or is carrying 8 persons (including the driver) for hire, or has a capacity to carry, or is carrying 15 persons or more (including the driver) without compensation must also have a CMV medical exam.

transport truckWhether the vehicle crosses state lines or not, a driver of a truck or passenger vehicle that is rated for, or weighs more than 26,000 lbs, or has a capacity, or is carrying 16 persons or more (including the driver) must have a CMV Medical Exam regardless.

The driver of any vehicle placarded for transporting hazardous waste must have a CMV medical examination.

Dr. David Scheiffele has had in-depth training for the Commercial Motor Vehicle Medical Examination. He is an accredited DOT Breath Alcohol Technician, an accredited DOT Screen Test Technician and an accredited DOT Urine Specimen Collector. Dr. Scheiffele is listed as a TeamCME medical provider.

We get drivers in faster than other facilities in our area. Same day appointments are not unusual. Drivers will not waste time in our clinic caused by long wait time. Dr. Scheiffele will complete a thorough examination efficiently so that you, the driver, can get back to your life and on the road quickly.

We also assist smaller employers needing the same services, as well as, owner operators.

Our Random Drug/Alcohol Testing Program

We specialize in Department of Transportation (DOT) Drug and Alcohol Testing. The DOT drug and alcohol testing has established guidelines for testing for illicit drug and alcohol use by commercial truck drivers. All of our Programs will meet or exceed Federal, State, Local and Industry Standards subject to the Office of Drug & Alcohol Policy & Compliance.

Our Houston based site provides the following DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing:

  • Pre-employment
  • Random Testing
  • Post Accident
  • Reasonable Suspicion/Cause
  • Return to Duty
  • Follow-up

We provide a DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing Consortium (random drug testing program) and Non-DOT Substance Abuse Prevention Program that is professional and affordable.

Owner operators and large companies can join our drug and alcohol consortium at a reasonable and affordable price. Prices vary depending on the number of drivers.

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