(1) Every motor carrier must:
(a) Have an in-house drug and alcohol testing program that meets the federal requirements of 49 C.F.R. part 382; or
(b) Be a member of a consortium, as defined in 49 C.F.R. 382.107, that provides testing that meets the federal requirements.
(2) At the time of registration or renewal of registration of a commercial vehicle or a commercial motor vehicle under any provision of ORS chapter 803 or 826, a motor carrier must certify to the Department of Transportation that the carrier is in compliance with subsection (1) of this section and, if the carrier belongs to a consortium, must provide the department with the names of persons who operate the consortium.
(3) When a medical review officer of a motor carrier’s testing program or of the consortium the carrier belongs to determines that a positive test result is valid, the officer must report the finding to the department. [1999 c.1099 §2]Section: Previous 825.350 825.352 825.354 825.356 825.400 825.402 825.404 825.410 825.412 825.450 825.452 825.454 825.470 825.472 825.474 Next
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