CTPA

As a Consortium/Third Party Administrator (CTPA), The Whiz Guys exist to save lives and improve safety for the general public. The Whiz Guys are a CTPA that offers a consortia/pool to businesses that are required to perform drug and alcohol testing on their employees. The Whiz Guys are also a collection site with trained, qualified, and certified technicians able to perform drug and alcohol testing. They also do DOT Physicals. They are your one stop shop for all your drug testing, alcohol testing, and DOT physical examination needs. Additionally, they are your CTPA making it easy for you to follow procedures at the state and federal level. You will have a full-service drug & alcohol testing plan that will give you peace of mind and make this part of your business worry free. The Whiz Guys’ simplified procedure is ideal for anyone who is subject to random drug testing. The Whiz Guys follow strict guidelines set forth by FMCSA Title 49 part 40 for CTPA and drug and alcohol collection procedures. The Whiz Guys services are listed below.

Services marked by an asterisk [*] are optional services at additional cost

5 Panel Drug Testing Drug and Alcohol Test Reporting
Evidential Breath Alcohol Testing Collection Site
Alcohol Confirmation Reports Collection Materials
Statistical Reporting (MIS) Random Pool Management
Program Certification & Verification Trained and Qualified Technicians
Assistance with Reviews and Audits Substance Abuse Profession Referral List
Certified Lab Services Drug and Alcohol Policy*
Transportation of Specimen DER Training*
Medical Review Services (MRO) Employee and Supervisory Training *

The Whiz Guys are up to date with current federal and state regulations regarding the responsibilities of being a CTPA and will provide guidance to employers regarding files, paperwork, and documentation. The Whiz Guys’ objective is to provide consistent, objective and complete drug and alcohol testing, training, data management and reporting for its Clients. The Whiz Guys agree to provide all services concerning drug and/or alcohol tests required by the Department of Transportation regulations in full compliance with the provisions of 49 CFR Part 40.

What is a Consortium/Third Party Administrator (CTPA)?

A Consortium/Third-Party Administrators (CTPA) is an association of employers that join together, as a single entity, for the purpose of DOT drug and alcohol testing of its members. The member companies add their employees to a combined random testing pool. The consortium administrator updates the pool and manages the selection process. They perform tasks as agreed to by the employer to assist in implementing the drug and alcohol testing program and to help keep the employer compliant with the DOT/FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Testing rules and regulations.

The Whiz Guys

Professional CDL Driver Drug Testing

The Whiz Guys are a consortium that will manage the DOT random testing programs of several employers, including those of owner-operators who are not permitted to manage random testing themselves. This offers owner-operator a special service saving them both time and money with this very unique service offered by The Whiz Guys.

Most small business employers would benefit from joining The Whiz Guys Random Pool for drug and alcohol testing. If your company is small, meaning you have 5 or less employees that require DOT drug and alcohol testing, then you will be automatically enrolled into the Whiz Guys Random Pool. Additionally, The Whiz Guys offer larger companies the option of joining this same consortium or having their own dedicated pool manage solely by The Whiz Guys. The program and technology works the same for these customers, except they function in a standalone pool of their own employees.

The Whiz Guys is in compliance with the Department of Transportation guidelines to include the following types of test: Pre-employment, Random, Reasonable Suspicion, Post-Accident, Return-to-Duty, and Follow-up.

The Whiz Guys will work with your company’s Designated Employer Representative (DER) to ensure proper responsibility is accounted for drug and alcohol testing procedures. The Whiz Guys provides Management Information System (MIS) reports. The Whiz Guys will provide and maintain Federal and Client reporting and certification.

The Whiz Guys offer a consortium of transportation-related companies for purposes of complying with Department of Transportation regulations. The Department of Transportation regulations are for the purpose of, but not limited to, ensuring large enough random selection pools for drug and alcohol testing and ensuring meaningful and valid drug and alcohol information for statistical analysis.

DOT/NonDOT ANNUAL Random Program Pricing

Based on Average Number of Employees. Our pricing is based on the number employees in the random pool. You pay an upfront fee for the random testing and then have NO ADDITIONAL COST for each random test.

1 Employee

$97.75

2 Employees

$120.50

3 Employees

$143.25

4 Employees

$166.00

5 Employees

$188.75

6 Employees

$211.50

7 Employees

$234.25

8 Employees

$257.00

9 Employees

$279.75

10 Employees

$302.50

11 Employees

$325.25

12 Employees

$348.00

13 Employees

$370.75

14 Employees

$393.50

15 Employees

$416.25

16 Employees

$439.00

Over 16 employees, call to discuss pricing. Equation to determine price is
.25 x number of employees x $65
+
.10 x number of employees x $65
+
$75 fee
=
Total ANNUAL fee due

TestChecks

The Whiz Guys have chosen to use a secure and easy-to-use software reporting system called TestChecks. TestChecks is a cloud-based reporting solution that will help you get your results faster, help you manage your drug testing program more efficiently, and keep your information more secure. Once enrolled in the random drug and alcohol testing program, you will be given a username and password to login to the TestChecks software and the ability to access your information at any time.

Who is subject to DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing?

Anyone designated in DOT regulations as a safety-sensitive employee is subject to DOT drug & alcohol testing. What follows is an overview of what jobs are defined as safety-sensitive functions subject to testing.

Aviation (FAA)

Flight crews, flight attendants, flight instructors, air traffic controllers at facilities not operated by the FAA or under contract to the U.S. military, aircraft dispatchers, aircraft maintenance or preventative maintenance personnel, ground security coordinators and aviation screeners. Direct or contract employees of 14 CFR Part 121 or 135 certificate holders, Section 91.147 operators and air traffic control facilities not operated by the FAA or under contract to the US Military. See FAA regulations at 14 CFR Part 120.

Commercial Motor Carriers (FMCSA)

Commercial Drivers License (CDL) holders who operate Commercial Motor Vehicles, 26,001 lbs. gvwr. or greater, or operate a vehicle that carries 16 passengers or more including the driver, or required to display a DOT placard in the transportation of hazardous material. In some instances, states allow waivers from this qualification, such as operators of fire trucks and some farm equipment. Check with your state department of motor vehicles for more information. See FMCSA regulation at 49 CFR Part 382.

Maritime (USCG)

An agency of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Crewmembers operating a commercial vessel. See USCG regulations at 46 CFR Parts 4 & 16.

Pipeline (PHMSA)

Operations, maintenance and emergency response. See PHMSA regulations at 49 CFR Part 199.

Railroad (FRA)

Hours of Service Act personnel, engine & train, signal service or train dispatchers. See FRA regulations at 49 CFR Part 219.

Transit (FTA)

Vehicle operators, controllers, mechanics and armed security. See FTA regulations at 49 CFR Part 655.

Links to these regulations can be found at:
https://www.transportation.gov/odapc

Remember:

The tasks you actually perform qualify you as a safety-sensitive employee, not your job title. Also, some employees, like managers and supervisors, may be qualified for these jobs but not currently performing them. Do they have to be tested as well? In most cases, yes...if that employee may be asked at a moment’s notice or in an emergency to perform a safety-sensitive job. Be sure to check industry specific regulations for further clarification.

Additional information can be found at:
http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/regulations/drug-alcohol-testing/overview-drug-and-alcohol-rules