Member must submit to testing at Ross Health Care Clinic. The annual membership is a flat fee which covers all random testing throughout the year regardless of the number of tests. The annual membership also includes one post-accident test per year. The annual membership does not include any pre-employment or reasonable cause testing.
Plan B. Annual Membership $88.00
Member must submit to testing at qualified testing facilities throughout the country as directed by the consortium administrator, Ross Health Care Clinic. The annual membership is a flat fee, which covers all random testing throughout the year regardless of the number of tests. The annual membership also includes one post-accident test per year. The annual membership does not include any pre-employment or reasonable cause testing.
Plan C. Annual Membership $180.00
A flat fee paid by the company upon enrollment and renewed annually from original date of company enrollment. This option allows to add or delete unlimited number of drivers. Option 3 is very popular with high turnover.
Member must advise Ross Health Care Clinic immediately of any change in personal information such as address, telephone number, employer or contractor. Failure to advise Ross Health Care Clinic of changes in personal information will cause immediate termination of membership.
Member must submit to a Federal Regulated Drug Test and/or Breath Alcohol Test upon notification when contacted by the employer, contractor or Ross Health Care Clinic. Failure to submit to testing will cause the test to be reported as a refusal to test and will be cause for immediate termination of membership. Or if a positive drug or alcohol test result occurs this too will be cause for immediate termination of membership
Annual Membership begins from the date contracted, and ends one year from the commencement date.
By your signature below you agree and authorize Ross Health Care Clinic to release drug and/or alcohol test results to employers or contractors.
Renewals by mail, which do not have a signature the member understands and will comply with “the agreement.”
Random Testing Process:
(1)The selection of drivers for random alcohol and controlled substances testing shall be made by a scientifically valid method, such as a random number table or a computer-based random number generator that is matched with drivers’ Social Security numbers, payroll identification numbers, or other comparable identifying numbers.
(2)Each driver selected for random alcohol and controlled substances testing under the selection process used shall have an equal chance of being tested each time selections are made.
(3)Each driver selected for testing shall be tested during the selection period.
(4)To calculate the total number of covered drivers’ eligible for random testing throughout the year, as an employer, you must add the total number of covered drivers eligible for testing during each random testing period for the year and divide that total by the number of random testing periods. Covered employees, and only covered employees, are to be in an employer’s random testing pool, and all covered drivers must be in the random pool. If you are an employer conducting random testing more often than once per month (e.g., daily, weekly, bi-weekly) you do not need to compute this total number of covered drivers rate more than on a once per month basis.
(5)As an employer, you may use a service agent (e.g., a C/TPA) to perform random selections for you, and your covered drivers may be part of a larger random testing pool of covered employees. However, you must ensure that the service agent you use is testing at the appropriate percentage established for your industry and that only covered employees are in the random testing pool.
(6)Each employer shall ensure that random alcohol and controlled substances tests conducted under this part are unannounced.
(7)Each employer shall ensure that the dates for administering random alcohol and controlled substances tests conducted under this part are spread reasonably throughout the calendar year.
(8)Each employer shall require that each driver who is notified of selection for random alcohol and/or controlled substances testing proceeds to the test site immediately; provided, however, that if the driver is performing a safety-sensitive function, other than driving a commercial motor vehicle, at the time of notification, the employer shall instead ensure that the driver ceases to perform the safety-sensitive function and proceeds to the testing site as soon as possible.
(9)A driver shall only be tested for alcohol while the driver is performing safety-sensitive functions, just before the driver is to perform safety-sensitive functions, or just after the driver has ceased performing such functions.
(10)If a given driver is subject to random alcohol or controlled substances testing under the random alcohol or controlled substances testing rules of more than one DOT agency for the same employer, the driver shall be subject to random alcohol and/or controlled substances testing at the annual percentage rate established for the calendar year by the DOT agency regulating more than 50 percent of the driver’s function.
(11)If an employer is required to conduct random alcohol or controlled substances testing under the alcohol or controlled substances testing rules of more than one DOT agency, the employer may—
(12)Establish separate pools for random selection, with each pool containing the DOT-covered employees who are subject to testing at the same required minimum annual percentage rate; or randomly select such employees for testing at the highest minimum annual percentage rate established for the calendar year by any DOT agency to which the employer is subject.
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