Becoming a certified DOT specimen collector is an admirable step. You will be the first and only in-person contact to ensure public safety from substance use in safety-sensitive workplaces. Before you can take the certification course, there are a few requirements that must be met. These safety-enthusiasts highlight the DOT’s requirements if you want to enroll in a course.
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Have High School Diploma or Equivalent
To qualify for training as a certified specimen collector for DOT drug testing, you must first meet the minimum qualifications set by the Department of Transportation. These qualifications include being at least 21 years of age, having a high school diploma or equivalent, and having a clean criminal record. Once you have met these qualifications, you can then contact a DOT-certified training provider to complete the necessary training.
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