MROCC CERTIFICATION REVOCATION POLICY
To sit for the certification examination a physician must meet all DOT MRO requirements that are current on the date of
Certification shall be valid for the period specified by MROCC at the time of the examination (currently 5 years) so long
as the physician continues to be eligible to conduct the MRO functions under DOT regulations and continues to possess
a valid medical license.
Certification shall be revoked if . . .
>> the physician becomes ineligible to perform MRO duties in DOT regulated drug testing programs.
Certification may be revoked . . .
>> following conviction for a criminal offense
>> upon receiving an adverse licensing action. All MROCC certified physicians are responsible for notifying MROCC
within 30 days of becoming ineligible to perform MRO duties, being convicted of a criminal offense, or receiving notice
of an adverse licensing action (which affects one’s ability to function as an MRO in DOT regulated drug testing
>> if the integrity of the examination is compromised by mishandling MROCC testing materials, including but not
limited to reproduction or dissemination - in any form - of examination test items.
>> if the physician assists an initial certification or recertification candidate during an examination by any means that is
determined by MROCC to be “cheating” or as violating MROCC’s Cheating Policy.
Physicians may appeal a certification revocation.
A physician wishing to appeal the decision must initiate the process in writing within 30 days of the date of notice from
MROCC. The appeal, addressed to the MROCC Board, must indicate specific grounds for reconsideration by MROCC.