DOT Physicals

The public depends on your services in order to keep the roads and transportation avenues open and safe. Therefore, it is important to field qualified personnel who take their responsibilities seriously. DOT drug and alcohol screens are designed to ensure employees are sober and capable of fulfilling their duties.



Effective and Secure DOT physicals


When your company works with the Department of Transportation, it is necessary to have all your employees screened and tested according to their codes. Complying with these guidelines can be challenging. At Akeso, we are experienced with the administrative challenges you will face and help you navigate them. We provide a variety of screenings that show state and federal agencies that your company is compliant with all applicable laws.


Written Program Guidelines

When your employees are properly informed of their responsibilities and expectations, they better prepared to follow state and federal policies. The health and safety regulations as mandated by the Department of Transportation can be difficult to navigate.


For this reason, our trained medical and safety professionals are available to assist in your organization’s written program development guidelines. We help your agency draft and enact informative materials that clearly explain regulations to your employees.


Akeso provides comprehensive testing services that save time and money. Ensure each of your employees is compliant and schedule a screening.

Eligibility for DOT Drug Testing


At the state and federal level, the Department of Transportation posts drug testing requirements as a way to uphold a clean and safe workplace. Employees of your company must be screened for drugs and alcohol regularly if your company must perform duties that are considered “safety-sensitive,” and if you are a member of one of these agencies that falls under the DOT’s jurisdiction:


  • FMCSA – Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
  • FAA – Federal Aviation Administration
  • FTA – Federal Transit Administration
  • PHMSA – Pipeline/Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
  • USCG – United States Coast Guard
  • FRA – Federal Railroad Administration

Comprehensive occupational health

services at Akeso 

We work closely with employers to make sure your prospective employee is able to perform the essential duties of the job.

Our drug screening program is an excellent resource in helping you decrease substance abuse in the workplace.

In the event of an employee injury, Akeso provides immediate and professional medical care to diagnose, treat and ultimately heal the injury.

Our therapists provide the highest quality service and dependability to our patients by providing a whole-body approach to meet the needs of each patient.

Testing for employees who handle hazardous substances that determine whether applicants or employees are physically able to perform in their work.

Audiometric testing monitors an employee's hearing over time. It allows employers to educate employees about their hearing and the need to protect it.

We measure how much air the lungs can hold and how well the respiratory system is able to move air into and out of the lungs.

Return-to-work physical examinations measure when it’s safe for employees to go back to work after an injury and help prevent further complications and claims. 

Our DOT certified providers are authorized to provide the examinations required by Federal law to issue certain job related clearances such as a CDL medical card.

Our light/modified duty programs are designed to minimize the length and costs of temporary disabilities related to a work injury.

Our board certified Occupational Medicine providers offer medical services in the comfort and safety of an employee's home during these challenging times.