Alcohol & Drug Testing (CDL)
The Federal Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991 requires testing for alcohol and prohibited controlled substances (i.e., amphetamines, cannabinoids [marijuana], cocaine, opiates, and/or phencyclidine [PCP]), hereafter referred to as “drugs,” for employees who must maintain a commercial driver's license (CDL) as a condition of employment. Types of testing include pre-employment (drugs only), random, reasonable suspicion, and post-accident.
Human Resources is responsible for implementing the university’s Alcohol & Drug Testing policy (#0-611) by administering the Alcohol & Drug Testing program, which includes information on prohibitions prescribed by law, notice and education/training requirements, and the testing process and procedures.
Compliance with applicable collective bargaining agreement provisions is required.
Click on the links below for procedures and further information on the university’s Alcohol & Drug Testing program. Refer to FIND IT for USF Regulations or USF System Policies on this topic.