Drug Free Work Place

 The Drug-Free Workplace Services Program is in charge of planning, coordinating, and evaluating Ohio's Drug-Free Workplace Program, including state and federal testing programs, developed for state employees, and coordinating compliance with provisions of the federal Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988, the Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991, any other federal and state laws, regulations, polices and collective bargaining agreements requiring substance abuse testing.


The Office of Drug-Free Workplace Programs was created by Executive Order of the Governor (Executive Order 92-65V) in February 1992, and subsequently memorialized in Ohio Administrative Code through Rule 123:1-76-02.

 Federal Links/Tools:

DOT Federal Regulations for Drug and Alcohol Testing 


Leadership Team

Laverna Styles, Asst. Administrator


Carmen Phillips, HCM Analyst


Stephanie Turner, HCM Analyst