The US Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration proposes a $380,600 civil penalty against Leading Edge Aviation Services of Victorville, Calif., for allegedly violating federal drug and alcohol testing regulations. The FAA alleges the aircraft repair station hired 29 people for safety-sensitive positions but did not include them in the company’s random drug and alcohol testing pools either for months after they were hired or during their entire periods of employment. Additionally, the FAA alleges the company failed to ask 18 safety-sensitive employees -whether they had tested positive or refused to take a DOT pre employment drug or alcohol test
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