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Finding a Certified Medical Examiner is as easy as visiting the National Registry.

Switching TPAs Midyear is Simple

Are you looking for a new TPA to meet your company’s drug and alcohol testing requirements?Driver satisfied with new TPA

Look no further than Compliance Associates, Inc. to fulfill all of your regulatory compliance needs.  We offer consortium services to companies of all sizes.  We can incorporate your old drug and alcohol testing records to show that there was no lapse in coverage and maintain drug and alcohol records into the future.

Owner-Operators can easily switch to a TPA that fits their needs.

Enrollment with Compliance Associates, Inc. includes your company policy, end of year MIS reporting and summaries, random drug and alcohol testing coverage, post-accident testing coverage, consultation, and more.  Owner-operators are covered and are guaranteed DOT compliance.

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Large corporations can set up a personalized drug and alcohol testing program.

Often large companies have DOT regulated and non-regulated employees that they require to be drug and alcohol tested.  You let us know which employees need to be tested and if they are regulated or not and we can set up a program for you. Switching to a TPA that fits your needs is a smart decision.

U.S. DOT Eliminates Paperwork Burden for U.S Trucking Industry

New DOT Regulation for Truck Drivers

Effective December 18, 2014, professional truck drivers will no longer have to comply with daily paperwork requirements.

U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx states wanting to cut the burdensome paperwork waste so that American truckers can focus on deliveries and safety.  Truck drivers are required to conduct pre- and post-trip inspections and with this new regulation, they will only have to file an inspection report when equipment problems or safety concerns are identified.Semi-truck on the road in the desert

This is one of the largest paperwork reductions in the past decade.  FMCSA estimates that truck drivers spend approximately 46.7 million hours completing Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports (DVIRs).  This new DOT regulation for truck drivers will cut unnecessary paperwork costs by nearly $2 billion each year.

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