MROCC certification is DOT and SAMHSA recognized and approved. The exams are based on 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR Part 40) and the MRO Competencies Document. As mandated by the DOT, MRO certification is valid for five years, at which time recertification is required to remain within DOT compliance and in the directory of currently-certified MROs.
MROCC offers certification and recertification examinations in both online and onsite formats to physicians who have completed appropriate MRO training. MROCC-approved onsite MRO courses are given multiple times per year and are required for initial certification. A convenient, no-travel, CME activity is available for those who are recertifying.
You can find important documents for practicing MROs and their team members on the MROCC website. You will also find multiple links to external websites, including the DOT, and list servers that can help to address MRO-related questions and concerns.
MROCC offers a credentialing program for MRO Team Members. This 3-year certification acknowledges competency in those practical skills the MRO Team Member applies in fulfilling professional responsibilities within the workplace drug testing arena.