CP is committed to protecting the safety, health and well-being of all employees, other individuals in our workplace, and the general public. We recognize that alcohol and drug use pose a significant threat to these goals. We have established programs that balance our respect for individuals with the need to maintain an alcohol and drug-free work environment.
Our goal to draw employee awareness to this substantial increase, as well as, to remind employees that CP provides Drug and Alcohol Assistance for any employee that is experiencing alcohol or drug problems through the Company's Drug and Alcohol – Employee Assistance Provider (EAP)
Should you have any questions or concerns regarding CP's Drug and Alcohol Program or Policies, you may seek clarification directly the Manager Drug and Alcohol Programs / DER at CP_DER@cpr.ca.
Onsite Drug and/or Alcohol Testing
To schedule a CP onsite drug and/or alcohol testing event in the U.S., contact WFQA at 888-445-9479.
Employee Helpline for Drug and Alcohol Assistance
For assistance and help in dealing with problems concerning drug and/or alcohol use: 1-800-624-5544.
Alcohol and Drug Policy and Procedures
Policy 1807 - Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace Testing Policy
Policy 1808 - Drug and Alcohol Regulatory Compliance for all US FMCSA Covered Employees
Policy 1809 - Federal Railroad Administration Control of Alcohol and Drug Use - US Employees
Policy 1810 -Drug and Alcohol Assistance Through Voluntary Referral and Co-Worker Report
Alcohol and Drug Employee Resources
FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Brochure for Drivers
Basic Information About Alcohol and Controlled Substances
What You Need to Know About Drug Testing
Information For New FRA Regulated Employees - 49 CFR Part 219
Drug and Alcohol Abuse - Effects on Your Health, Personal Relationships and Work
Alcohol and Drug Regulations
49 CFR Part 40 - Procedures for Transportation Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs
49 CFR Part 219 - FRA Control of Alcohol and Drug Use
49 CFR Part 382 - FMCSA - Controlled Substances and Alcohol Use and Testing
49 CFR Part 240 - Qualification and Certification of Engineers
49 CFR Part 242 - Qualification and Certification of Conductors
January 6, 2020 - FMCSA Clearinghouse Fact Sheet
FMCSA Clearinghouse - Instructions on how to Registration as a Driver
FAQ's Regarding Cannabidiol - September 2019
ODAPC CBD Notice - February 2020
DOT Agency Program Facts
DOT Medical Marijuana Notice
If You Refuse A Drug or Alcohol Test
ODAPC DOTs 10 Steps to Collection Site Security and Integrity
ODAPC DOTs Direct Observation Procedures Instruction Sheet August 31, 2009
Recreational Marijuana ODAPC Notice
FRA Post Accident Testing
What is inside of a Tox Box
Post Accident Testing Flow Chart
Post Accident Testing Flow Chart and Manager Guide
FRA Post Accident Testing Instructions
CP Completed 73 Form Example
CP Completed 74 Form Example
Fatality Kit Information
CP letter from DER to the Medical Facility
Reasonable Cause / FMCSA Post Accident Testing
Reasonable Cause and FMCSA Testing Guide
Reasonable Suspicion Testing
Reasonable Suspicion Testing Guide
Reasonable Suspicion Check List
Non-Regulated / Company Random Drug Testing
For additional information, please refer to the Company Non-Union Random Testing Program - Questions and Answers Guide.
For information regarding how to schedule Company Random testing, please refer to the Company Random Testing Program - January 2021 Presentation.
For information regarding a recent random testing event in Canada, please refer to What I Need to Know About My Random Drug and Alcohol Test.
CP Contractor Compliance - Instructions on how to become compliant with FRA Drug and Alcohol Regulations
Canadian Pacific ISN Enrollment Letter to FRA Contractors