DAMIS Reporting

Employers regulated under the DOT are required to report their annual drug and alcohol testing data to a Management Information System (MIS) on an annual basis. This includes the PHMSA and FMCSA. Management Information Systems ensure that owners are meeting their drug and alcohol testing requirements through a detailed and often time-consuming process, including specific paperwork.

What is DAMIS Reporting?

DAMIS stands for Drug and Alcohol Management Information System (MIS) and is the name of the portal that owners use to complete report forms and submit pertinent drug and alcohol data. All owners are required to utilize this system, whether they manually submit the data or hire a third-party vendor, such as DISA, to complete it.

Benefits of DISA’s DAMIS Reporting

DISA DAMIS reporting goes above and beyond with all-encompassing services and a streamlined way to ensure you meet drug and alcohol testing compliance. Our comprehensive reporting includes benefits such as:

  • Quarterly reports, not annual
  • Cost-effectiveness
  • Reduced time entering repetitive data
  • Confirmation email that information was entered correctly
  • Record-keeping storage
  • Ensure random drug testing rates are met
  • Reduces the administrative burden of submitting the data

MIS Only Vs. MIS Only with Positive Refusal Verification

MIS only is a service that DISAWorks doesn’t provide, but DISA Compliance Monitoring (DCM) reporting does. When you mandate with DISA, you can utilize DCM reporting to assist with DAMIS entry for MIS-only, including a quarterly report fulfilled by us.

MIS Only with positive refusal verification differs from just MIS Only in several ways. Owners mandated with DISA can:

  • Utilize  DCM without having to gather all the contractor’s MIS statements. This includes a QUARTERLY submission to ensure the contractor meets their random drug testing rate established by the Federal Regulation 49 CFR part 199.
  • Use  DCM without having to gather all the contractor’s MIS statements, including a quarterly report from contractors on using employees with a positive and or refusal verification.
  • Use a MISONLY Account to keep track of their information and record-keeping storage.

What’s DCM Reporting?

DISA Compliance Monitoring (DCM) helps contractors maintain compliance with their DOT drug and alcohol regulations and pipeline operator-specific requirements before they come under regulatory scrutiny. The DCM team will work with the contractor to ensure they meet compliance and regulations. Additionally,  DCM offers real-time access to all drug and alcohol compliance information on their contractors, including testing data, employee lists, drug & alcohol plans, MIS reporting, training verification, and compliance ratings.

Streamline Your Data

DISA’s DAMIS reporting offers owners a simple, streamlined method of DOT-required data.