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Managing an FAA Drug and Alcohol Program

Course attendees receive one year of free consultation

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Continuous Education Units 

FAA DER Course

Program managers should allocate their time towards training on what they need to learn, rather than reviewing what they already know. No matter how long you have been in the industry, it is impossible to know everything or have too much knowledge. As an owner and/or DER, you are accountable for everything that occurs within your FAA Drug and Alcohol Program, along with all involved parties, such as Consortium Third-Party Administrators (C/TPA), Collection Sites, Substance Abuse Professionals (SAP), and Third-Party Vendors.

There are many factors that can influence whether you pass or fail an audit, such as the experience level of the inspector or program manager, the amount of safety-sensitive work involved, the size of your company, and variations in the hiring process. Managing a federal drug and alcohol program can be challenging and requires ongoing attention. Each situation you encounter will require specific documentation processes. To help you navigate this complex area, we offer a course on managing an FAA Drug and Alcohol Program. This two-day training course is designed to provide you with the essential tools you need to succeed in running a successful FAA Drug and Alcohol Program. By participating in this rewarding specialized training, you will be well-equipped to achieve your goals and excel in your role.

 

Our instructor has a wealth of experience in the drug and alcohol testing industry. He has worked as an FAA Drug and Alcohol Compliance and Enforcement Inspector, giving him an unmatched perspective to create a curriculum that focuses on practical applications. Our course will give you a comprehensive understanding of FAA Part 120, DOT Part 40, internal regulations, and how they relate to an FAA audit. We have designed our drug and alcohol training to help you understand the collection site process and how it affects your program. This course is unique, as you can apply what you learn immediately upon completion. You will learn more than just how to prepare for an audit; you will learn how to protect your company. Don't miss out on this opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and safeguard your business.

Effective and Engaging Compliance Training 

Level 1: Managing an FAA Drug & Alcohol Program Introduction Course

  • Understanding 49 CFR Part 40 and 14 CFR Part 120

    • Pre-employment/Transfers

    • Randoms

    • Positives

    • Return to Duty (SAP Correct Process)

    • Follow-ups

    • Reasonable Cause/Suspicion

    • Post-Accidents

    • Maintenance Records/Pilot Logs etc.

    • Contractors & 3rd Party Vendors

    • Voluntary Disclosures

    • Drug & Alcohol Proper Testing Procedures (including on-site testing)

    • Inspection Preparation

    • How companies get civil penalties/how fines are determined!

  • Course Exam

  • Course Completion Certificate​

Level 2: Managing an FAA Drug & Alcohol Program Advance Course

Our drug and alcohol training course is led by an experienced professional who has worked as an FAA Drug and Alcohol Compliance and Enforcement Inspector. He has a unique perspective on the industry, which he leverages to develop a comprehensive curriculum that emphasizes practical applications. Our course is designed to provide you with an in-depth understanding of FAA Part 120, DOT Part 40, internal regulations, and their relation to an FAA audit.

The training program is tailored to help you understand the collection site process and how it impacts your program. You will learn about the procedures and requirements for sample collection, transportation, and testing. What sets our course apart is that you can apply what you learn immediately after completion. You will learn more than just how to prepare for an audit; you will learn how to safeguard your company.

Our comprehensive training covers various topics, including the signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse, the effects of drug and alcohol abuse on the workplace, and the importance of confidentiality. Our goal is to equip you with the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain a safe and compliant workplace.

This is an excellent opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and protect your business. By enrolling in our drug and alcohol training course, you will be taking an important step towards ensuring the safety and success of your company. Don't miss out on this chance to advance your skills and bolster the future of your business.

Oral fluid drug testing training will be added once the process has been officially launched

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