Commercial Driver's License (CDL) Drug & Alcohol Testing


The Office of Risk Management (ORM) manages ISU’s Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) operator alcohol and drug testing program. All departments and their employees in positions requiring a CDL must comply with U.S. Department of Transportation regulations that mandate drug and alcohol testing. Testing is managed by a designated third party administrator, and departments are responsible for test costs.


Iowa State University policies related to commercial drivers licenses

Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Drug and Alcohol Testing
Drug Free Workplace
Drug Free Environment and Controlled Substances  (Board of Regents, State of Iowa)
Fleet Safety 


Procedures

Pre-employment Instructions
Random Drug and Alcohol Testing
 

CDL forms and instructions

Authorization and Request for Information
Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) Check
Supplemental Application
Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act
How to Complete Self-Certification Form


Training requirements

New, transferring and returning CDL employees and their supervisors must complete a mandatory two-hour training on drug and alcohol awareness and ISU CDL policies every five years. After completion, employees will receive documentation for their department personnel file. Supervisors much complete an additional one-hour session on reasonable suspicion testing.
 

For questions or to schedule training

Steve Wieneke, ISU Designated Employee Representative (DER), 515-294-6849