Creating workplaces where we all watch out for each other

Creating workplaces where we all watch out for each other


Login changes coming for users of DOT’s drug-testing database

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Washington — The Department of Transportation is changing how users access the Drug and Alcohol Testing Management Information System.

Starting Jan. 1, employers required to submit annual drug/alcohol testing information will need to set up a free account. uses authentication methods, such as text or voice messages, to safeguard account access.

If an employer already has an account, they can simply sign into the MIS website. Employers who don’t have an account will receive an email or letter from DOT with a 32-digit code to enter on the MIS website.

“Then employers will be directed to the webpage to create an account and verify their email address.” DOT says. “After has verified your email address, employers will be asked to create a password and to choose at least one authentication method (such as a one-time code that is sent to your phone).”

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Original article published by Safety+Health an NSC publication