Expert Witness For Drug Testing Cases

Founded in 2012 by career educator Andrew Easler and entrepreneur James Timothy White, Easler Education offers comprehensive online and in-person career development and federally regulated and non-federally regulated drug and alcohol testing courses across the United States, Canada, and internationally.

Mr. Easler specializes in developing and improving all aspects of a drug-free workplace including the training, rules, regulations, procedures and practices of federally regulated and non-federally regulated drug and alcohol testing.

Mr. Easler has been invited to train and consult with universities, municipalities, tribal organizations, and global engineering and rail firms. His courses are widely adopted throughout the industry including the National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association (NDASA) and other industry experts consisting of federal auditors and training providers. Among his library of over 20 industry-specific courses, Mr. Easler has developed a unique Designated Employer Representative (DER) training program for each DOT agency covered by the 49 CFR Part 40.

As a career educator, Andrew Easler earned his Bachelor of Science in Education in 2014 from the University of Central Florida. He was recognized by the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA) as an R-CPCT, a designation only awarded to approximately 40 experts across the nation in drug and alcohol testing programs and procedures. He has also been recognized by DATIA as a Certified Designated Employer Representative Trainer (C-DER Trainer).

Mr. Easler has published widely on topics related to his profession including federally regulated and non-federally regulated drug and alcohol testing program management including three professional textbooks. Mr. Easler consulted with numerous organizations and institutions concerning their policies and procedures for federally regulated and non-federally regulated drug and alcohol testing. His courses are recognized by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI) as well as dozens of state licensing boards.

Mr. Easler is available as an expert witness to testify in matters related to drug and alcohol testing procedures and policies.

Meet Andrew Easler, B.Ed

Andrew Easler
Andrew D. Easler, co-founder of Easler Education Inc.

Andrew David Easler started his career in the United States Air Force and, subsequent to an honorable discharge, earned his Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Central Florida.

As an entrepreneur and passionate corporate trainer he started and sold many businesses including a successful drug and alcohol testing company which became a springboard for leadership in the industry and has also developed corporate training programs and certification courses for various organizations across North America, Europe, and Asia.

Andrew specializes in educational technology integration and inter-curricular relationship recognition and utilization. Lastly, as a believer in career-adaptability and the necessity for ongoing professional education, Andrew has also developed an entire repertoire of professional curricula designed to maintain and enhance the potential value of any entrepreneur or employee in a dynamic economic environment.

Today, Andrew is currently enrolled at Florida A & M University College of Law working toward his JD with a focus on employment and health law and will graduate in 2020.

Edcuation & Training

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Florida A&M University College of Law  Orlando, FL
Candidate for Juris Doctor (December 2020)

University of Central Florida  Orlando, FL
Bachelor of Science in English Language Arts Education (August 2014)


  • Regularly trains and consults with public and private employers across North America in all aspects of federal and state drug and alcohol policy.
  • Masters over 23 independent certifications in areas related to drug and alcohol policy to become one of less than forty trainers to maintain a Regional Certified Professional Collector Trainer (R-CPCT) designation acknowledging top expertise in state and federal drug and alcohol testing law.
  • Conceptualizes, develops, and implements EaslerLMS, a custom Learning Management System for employee training programs widely adopted in the industry.
  • Drafts and publishes supplemental textbooks on related federal regulations.
  • Researches, develops, publishes, and oversees several dozen successful online training courses related drug and alcohol testing and awareness reaching over 10,000 individuals and companies internationally.
  • Collaborates with corporate and tribal counsel across the United States to develop, implement, and maintain drug and alcohol testing programs in compliance with federal regulations.


Andrew has published a variety of industry specific text books which can all be found on his author profile at on

  • A GUIDE TO USCG DRUG & ALCOHOL TESTING REGULATIONS: Required Regulations and Pro Tips From Acclaimed Trainer Andrew Easler (2019).
  • A GUIDE TO FEDERAL REGULATIONS ON DRUG & ALCOHOL TESTING: Required Regulations and Pro Tips From Acclaimed Trainer Andrew Easler (2019).
  • A GUIDE TO FMCSA DRUG & ALCOHOL TESTING REGULATIONS: Required Regulations and Pro Tips From Acclaimed Trainer Andrew Easler (2019).



  • Are Toilet “Hats” Mandatory for DOT Urine Specimen Collections?

    Toilet “hats” are collection devices which aid the donor in providing a urine specimen for testing. They fit on the rim of the toilet and most provide pre-printed measuring lines to aid the donor in determining whether she has provided a sufficient specimen for testing. Individuals with limited range of motion and those who are

    August 26, 2019

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    July 31, 2019
  • Un-Reasonable Suspicion: A Cautionary Tale for Program Administrators

    Workplace disagreements are common. What is important is that employers establish clear and reasonable protocol and ensure that appropriate training and controls are implemented to prevent a monumental escalation like that involved in the federal case Hudson v. City of Riviera Beach.[1] In the case, the multi-media specialist for the City of Riviera Beach and

    July 28, 2019
  • Can an Employee be Fired or Refused Employment for Using CBD in the United States?

    Laws and their interpretations regarding cannabidiol (CBD) and marijuana in the workplace are still emerging through statutes and case law across the United States. While there is a federal law protecting employees from discrimination based on their medical conditions and their resulting prescriptions (Americans with Disabilities Act), the ADA has not yet been interpreted federally

    July 16, 2019
  • The Belligerent Donor and the Unassuming Direct Observer

    Joe was recruited to assist in a DOT direct observation urine specimen collection by the collector, Sally. She told Joe that he was supposed to “watch the urine leave the patient’s male anatomy.” However, during the process, Bill, the employee was belligerent and difficult. When Bill and Joe were alone in the bathroom, Bill filled

    July 5, 2019
  • USDOJ Announces $225 Million Settlement In Illegal Opioid Promotion Scheme

    In a collaboration of 14 state and federal agencies, the United States Department of Justice announced that it has reached a final settlement agreement on criminal and civil investigations of pharmaceutical manufacturer, Insys Therapeutics. The investigation covered activity starting as early as August of 2012, the same year Insys was approved for the use of

    June 6, 2019

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