How Does the FMCSA Clearinghouse Help Me?

If your business is regulated by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), you have surely heard of the FMCSA Clearinghouse by now. If you haven’t heard of the FMCSA Clearinghouse, you must contact your Drug and Alcohol Consortium or Third Party Administrator (C/TPA) to get enrolled! What is the FMCSA Clearinghouse? The FMCSA opened…

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Drug and Alcohol Testing: 10 Reasons to Do It

10 pills 10 Reasons

If you supervise or employ safety sensitive workers, the lack of a drug and alcohol testing program could cost you a fortune in lost productivity and accident claims. Did you know nearly 25% of workers have admitted to drinking during the workday at least once during a year? Did you know nearly one-fifth of workers…

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14 Answers to Return to Duty Drug Testing Questions

truck driver taking pills by truck requires return to duty drug testing

1. What is return to duty drug testing? Return to duty drug testing most commonly occurs within safety-sensitive positions. It’s a single test required by the Department of Transportation (DOT) performed at a scheduled time followed by successful completion of a drug and alcohol recovery program.  Those managing the general workforce are free to set…

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Lobdock, Inc. CEO and CFO Named to Journal Record’s Most Admired CEOs and CFOs List

Susan Lobsinger, CEO on left and Steve Logsinger, CFO on right

When the Journal Record, an Oklahoma business periodical, asked for nominations for Most Admired CEO and Most Admired CFO, the Lobdock staff wasted no time writing their nomination letters. You can read excerpts from their nomination letters below: “Susan is always striving for people to push themselves into new situations and learn from mistakes that…

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