Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has resolved technical problems with the Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse.
Ontario’s Auditor General has highlighted the lack of drug and alcohol testing for commercial truck drivers. CTA continues to push the federal government for a mandatory drug and alcohol testing program for workers in safety sensitive positions like trucking.
On the one-year anniversary of cannabis legalization in Canada, CTA is once again urging the government to implement a comprehensive drug and alcohol testing program for workers in safety sensitive positions like trucking.
Forty-eight percent of safety-sensitive industries have yet to introduce a zero-tolerance policy on cannabis because of a lack of clarity on issues such as privacy and impairment, according to a survey by the Conference Board of Canada.
Posted Wednesday March 13, 2019 in Operations/safety
Training law enforcement and developing more drug recognition experts (DREs) are what’s needed to protect drivers from marijuana-impaired motorists, according to a report from ATRI