Who We Serve

Safety First

Safety is the highest priority for the Department of Transportation (DOT). The volume and complexity of regulations and interpretations is testimony to that focus. Corporate Medical Services (CMS) specializes in the following agency regulations in order to help companies comply with their regulations:

  • Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)
  • Federal Transit Administration (FTA)
  • Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)

Follow Through

Drug and alcohol testing processes and regulations vary depending on the type of transportation and agency which governs them. Once an employee’s testing is complete, yearly reports and compliance audits demand documentation that all steps were handled correctly and within agency guidelines.

With that in mind, ask yourself these very important questions:

  • Do I really want to take time away from my core business to do this?
  • Do I have the expertise to fully understand the complexities and nuances of the regulations?
  • Do I have the time and resources to manage the compliance responsibilities?

The Solution

If the answer is ‘no’ to these questions, consider one last question:

  • Can I afford to hire someone to manage the program full-time?

The answer is YES! CMS has demonstrated the ability to manage drug and alcohol testing programs for less than they can be done in-house.

Recent News

CBD Oils and Drug Screens

One of the more common questions we get from our clients revolves around the use of CBD oils and how they affect drug screens. What is CBD? CBD is short for Cannabidiol. THC and CBD are two of the chemicals found in both cannabis and hemp plants. Depending on the...

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CMS Attends TIM

“What does traffic management training have in common with MRO services?” CMS recently joined the members of the Tennessee Trucking Association in their Traffic Incidence Management (TIM) training here in Chattanooga. In addition to getting a chance to see some of our...

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FMCSA Adding Opioids to DOT Panel

It's official! Attached is the final ruling on the Expanded Opiates for the DOT panel.  Starting January 1, expanded opiates (opioids) will be included on all DOT tests. Hasn't the DOT ALWAYS tested for Painkillers? The DOT panel has always included opiates, which...

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