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Federal Legislative Regulator Updates

These are the current legislative updates for Colorado and Wyoming. Browse below to check on the status of bills that may affect you.

PMAA Regulatory Reports

Please contact the association offices to recieve a copy of any of these reports

 
Date Publication
December 18, 2017 HOS ELECTRONIC LOG BOOK REQUIREMENT STARTS TODAY
September 15, 2017 NEW ELECTRONIC LOG BOOK REQUIREMENT FOR RECORDING DRIVER HOURS OF SERVICE
July 19, 2017 ED. HEAVY HIGHWAY VEHICLE USE TAX REQUIREMENTS FOR 2016-2017 REPORTING YEAR
June 8, 2017 STRATEGIES FOR STATE ADOPTION OF EPA 20165 UST AMENDMENTS
May 11, 2017 EPA APPROVES PMAA’S LOW LIQUID LEVEL ALTERNATIVE TEST METHOD FOR SUMPS
May 8, 2017 ANNUAL HAZARDOUS MATERIAL REGISTRATION DEADLINE
February 13, 2017 ANNUAL EPCRA TIER II REPORTS DUE BY MARCH 1, 2017
January 17, 2017 2017 FEDERAL MOTOR FUEL EXCISE TAXES
August 23, 2016 NATIONAL ROADSIDE TRUCK BRAKE ENFORCEMENT BLITZ
July 26, 2016 DEADLINE FOR FILING RETROACTIVE BIODIESEL BLENDER CLAIMS
July 19, 2016 FEDERAL HEAVY HIGHWAY VEHICLE USE TAX REQUIREMENTS FOR 2016-2017 REPORTING YEAR
June 3, 2016 NATIONWIDE DOT ROADSIDE TRUCK INSPECTION BLITZ TO TAKE PLACE JUNE 7-9, 2016
May 13, 2016 ANNUAL HAZMAT REGISTRATION DUE JULY 1
February 29, 2016 FEDERAL MOTOR FUEL EXCISE TAX RATES AND CREDITS
February 24, 2016 UPDATED! REVISED PROCEDURES FOR FILING BIODIESEL BLENDER CLAIMS
February 9, 2016 ANNUAL EPCRA TIER II REPORTS DUE BY MARCH 1, 2016
January 20, 2016 NEW FTC DISPENSER LABELS FOR ETHANOL BLENDS
January 19, 2016 ANNUAL OSHA WORKPLACE ILLNESS AND INJURY REPORTING
January 15, 2016 CLAIM PROCEDURES FOR 2015 RETROACTIVE BIODIESEL BLENDER/ALTERNATIVE FUEL CREDIT
May 13, 2016 ANNUAL HAZMAT REGISTRATION DUE JULY 1

 

PMAA Compliance Bulletin

FMCSA RANDOM DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING RATES FOR 2019

January 9, 2019

Mark S. Morgan Regulatory Counsel mmorgan@pmaa.org 

U.S. DOT announces random drug and alcohol test rates for 2019:

The FMCSA this week announced minimum employee random drug and alcohol testing rates for 2019. The test rates are the minimum percentage of employees who are subject to U.S. DOT drug and alcohol requirements who must undergo a random test during the upcoming calendar year. The number of random tests conducted by employers for 2019 must equal at least 25 percent for drugs and 10 percent for alcohol. These are the same rates required in 2018.

Click here to read the full PMAA Compliance Bulletin