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Michael R. Bennett and Workplace Compliance, Inc. DOT PIE No. 2009-1
About this Document
The final rule includes a public interest exclusion (PIE) mechanism designed to protect the public from the affects of serious noncompliance by service agents. The PIE provision became effective January 18, 2001. A service agent who engages in serious misconduct could be excluded from participating in DOT-required drug and alcohol testing for a period of time.
This document discusses the matter of: Michael R. Bennett and Workplace Compliance, Inc. DOT PIE No. 2009-1.