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Certification Commission for Drug and Alcohol Program Professional

CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS PER COURSE  

Designated Employer Representative (DER) Courses

Managing an FAA Drug & Alcohol Program

Understanding an HHS Drug Program

2024 Dates Now Posted

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EVERYTHING DRUG & ALCOHOL

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OUR VISION

Educate to regulatory standards

OUR MISSION

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Striving to offer high-quality training programs, that cater to all FAA Certificated Organizations (DOT) and Federal agencies (DHHS) around the world. Helping companies to achieve 100% compliance.

WHY ATTEND? FAA Regulated Companies

FAA- The bottom line is that you don't want to pay the government a FINANCIAL CIVIL PENALTY and/or avoid CERTIFICATE REVOCATION.

You should attend whether you're a single-owner operator or a large company, regardless if you've been in the industry a month or 20 years. If you're an owner and/or Designated Employee Representative (DER) of any of the following FAA certificates: 121, 135, 145, 91.147 (LOA), or hold a Contractor Registration that performs safety-sensitive functions and has an FAA mandated Drug and Alcohol Program; this course is for you.

You are responsible for every aspect of this program and it is in your best interest to understand the regulations that govern it and how it can be used to help protect you.

 

What happens if you only have one person managing your program and they:

  1. Quit, retire, and/or get fired

  2. Become disgruntled and sabotage your paperwork

  3. Inadvertently document wrong or unnecessary paperwork 

  4. New to the FAA Drug and Alcohol Program process

Who's cross-checking the paperwork? It's highly recommended that you bring along an alternate employee to learn the ropes as a back-up DER. Remember, even in the absence of the primary DER; the program MUST still function in accordance with the federal regulatory guidelines.

WHY ATTEND? HHS Regulated Agencies

As federal drug testing program managers, you are responsible for every aspect of this program and it is in your best interest to understand the regulations that govern it and how it can be used to help protect you.

What is different when it comes to managing a federal drug testing program? How to handle/understand.

  1. Quit, retire, and/or get fired

  2. Become disgruntled and sabotage your paperwork

  3. Inadvertently document wrong or unnecessary paperwork 

  4. New to the Federal Drug Testing Program process

  5. Testing Designated Positions

  6. Model Plan

  7. Executive Order 12564 / Public Law 100-71

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