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This online training course/module is best used in conjunction with the full DER training course.  DERs at DOT-covered entities must have a full, working knowledge of BOTH the DOT and the FRA rules relating to drug and alcohol testing requirements. The FRA training module covers the Federal Railroad Administration  (FRA) rules found in 49 CFR Part 219 - Control of Alcohol and Drug Use. Topics covered include: Who is covered under the FRA and when they are covered by the rules; employer notice and education requirements for employees;alcohol and drug testing rules, including those related to post-accident testing and reasonable suspicion; record retention requirements; and MIS reporting. Read More

Designated Employer Representative (DER) online training course for Department of Transportation regulated employers, including the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) module.The most comprehensive, convenient, and cost-effective DER training available in the industry.This is the full DER training course including the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) Training Module. If you require training in additional transportation modes, you may purchase additional modal sections/modules separately. The Designated Employer Representative (DER) online training course is a comprehensive course designed to prepare the DER to perform his or her duties properly, as required by the Department of Transportation (DOT). The course offers an in-depth, plain-English study of the Federal regulations, 49 CFR Part 40 for drug and alcohol testing, from the perspective of the DER. The online course duration is approximately 8 hours, and must be completed within 60 days. The FRA training module covers the Federal Railroad Administration  (FRA) rules found in 49 CFR Part 219 - Control of Alcohol and Drug Use. Topics covered include: Who is covered under the FRA and when they are covered by the rules; employer notice and education requirements for employees;alcohol and drug testing rules, including those related to post-accident testing and reasonable suspicion; record retention requirements; and MIS reporting. DER Training Note: If your organization has DOT employees, you are required to designate a DER to handle the process of drug and alcohol testing. It is also strongly recommended that you assign an Alternative DER. Both the main DER and the Alternate DER should complete this course (each purchased separately). DISCLAIMER:  The DER training course is meant to provide general guidelines and information for handling your company’s drug and alcohol testing program and is in no way meant to replace legal advice. The content herein is based on 49 CFR Part 40 and other Department of Transportation and Operating Agency publications and rules. The interpreted content herein should not be specifically construed as Regulation. The content provider is not responsible for misinterpretations, or for the users' decision making or resulting actions (or lack thereof) in administering drug and alcohol policies and programs. We urge you to consult with competent legal counsel in any matters relating to compliance with DOT or any Federal Regulations. Read More

This is a Two-Course Combo: 1. FRA Post-Accident Determinations Training Course. This online course covers the supervisor training requirements under the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) rules found in 49 CFR Part 219 (with the main focus on Subpart C -- Post-Accident Toxicological Testing, and Appendix C). This training will help FRA-covered supervisors meet the training requirement for post-accident determinations as specified in 219.11(g). As required, this course covers:  - The qualifying criteria for post-accident testing and  - The role of the supervisor is post-accident collections. In addition, the course details: Events for which testing is required (such as Major Train Accidents, Impact Accidents, Fatal Train Accidents, Human-factor Highway-rail Grade crossing accident/incident, and Passenger Train Accidents), Criteria for testing (such as minimum thresholds and property damage), Responsibilities of railroads and employees, Specimen collection and handling (such as proper collection procedures and handling of the post-accident shipping "tox" box), Completion of the FRA forms after a qualifying event (Accident Information Required for Post-Accident Toxicological Testing Form and the FRA Post-Accident Custody and Control Form), FRA access to breath test results, Fatalities and form 6180.75, Test reports (results) and how the FRA requires railroads to handle test refusals, Reasonable suspicion and Reasonable Cause Testing, Who you can and cannot test, and Documentation and Reporting in FRA Post-Accident Situations. 2. Reasonable Suspicion (Signs and Symptoms Awareness) for Supervisors. This 2-hour* online reasonable suspicion course meets the requirements for Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training. The course meets several DOT Agency requirements for supervisory training (signs and symptoms of alcohol misuse and drug abuse), including the FMCSA Regulations, as well as several other DOT agency requirements and many state drug-free workplace program requirements. This online training course will assist supervisors, managers, and company officials in determining whether reasonable suspicion exists to require the employee to undergo testing.  *This course offers one-hour of training on the specific, contemporaneous, physical, behavioral, and performance indicators of probable drug use; and one-hour of training on the specific, contemporaneous, physical, behavioral, and performance indicators of probable alcohol use. Therefore, this course is designed to meet the requirements for programs requiring 2 hours of training.*  *Note: Both courses are self-paced. It is the learner's responsibility to ensure that the required/adequate amount of time is spent on each training course to meet any Regulatory requirements. Read More

This online course covers the supervisor training requirements under the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) rules found in 49 CFR Part 219 (with the main focus on Subpart C -- Post-Accident Toxicological Testing, and Appendix C). This training will help FRA-covered supervisors meet the training requirement for post-accident determinations as specified in 219.11(g). As required, this course covers:  - The qualifying criteria for post-accident testing and  - The role of the supervisor is post-accident collections. In addition, the course details: Events for which testing is required (such as Major Train Accidents, Impact Accidents, Fatal Train Accidents, Human-Factor Highway-Rail Grade crossing accidents/incidents, and Passenger Train Accidents), Criteria for testing (such as minimum thresholds and property damage), Responsibilities of railroads and employees, Specimen collection and handling (such as proper collection procedures and handling of the post-accident shipping "tox" box and form), Completion of the FRA forms after a qualifying event (Accident Information Required for Post-Accident Toxicological Testing Form and the FRA Post-Accident Custody and Control Form), FRA acess to breath test results, Fatalities, Test reports (results) and how the FRA requires railroads to handle test refusals, Reasonable suspicion and Reasonable Cause Testing, Who you can and cannot test, and Documentation and Reporting in FRA Post-Accident Situations. Read More

This course is geared towards companies and supervisors that are in a position of making "reasonable suspicion" determinations. Although this course is intended for those not covered by the Department of Transportation (DOT) rules, it covers Best Practices and guidelines, such as those included in the DOT rules.  This course is appropriate for employees, as well, giving learners knowledge of alcohol misuse and drug abuse and the dangers of both in the workplace.This course will give supervisors, managers, and leaders an excellent grasp of how to handle potential drug and alcohol use/abuse issues in the workplace. This course covers: The effects of substance abuse in the workplace, The Supervisor's role and responsibilities in making and documenting reasonable suspicion determinations, Confidentiality, Alcohol - its effects on the human body, stages/levels of intoxication,  Dangers and costs of alcohol abuse/use in the workplace, Alcohol testing (such as types of testing and best practices), Signs and Symptoms of alcohol use, and Binge drinking, alcohol abuse, alcohol poisoning, and hangover. The costs and dangers of drug abuse in the workplace, Drug abuse's effects on a person's life and health, An in-depth breakdown of the most common drugs of abuses, The Signs and Symptoms of the most common drugs of abuse.     Read More

This 2-hour* online reasonable suspicion course meets the requirements for Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training (if the student spends the appropriate/required time on it). The course meets several DOT Agency requirements for supervisory training (signs and symptoms of alcohol misuse and drug abuse), including the FMCSA Regulations, as well as several other DOT agency requirements and many state drug-free workplace program requirements. This online training course will assist supervisors, managers, and company officials in determining whether reasonable suspicion exists to require the employee to undergo testing.  This course offers one-hour of training on the specific, contemporaneous, physical, behavioral, and performance indicators of probable drug use; and one-hour of training on the specific, contemporaneous, physical, behavioral, and performance indicators of probable alcohol use. Therefore, this course meets the requirements for programs requiring 2 hours of training. This course contains 3 learning modules, 3 interactive simulations, and 3 quizzes.  You will be able to print your Certificate from your student Dashboard immediately upon successful course completion. *The course is self-paced and takes the average learner two hours to complete. If you're using the course to meet any Federal/DOT Operating Agency's training requirements, it is YOUR responsibility to ensure that you spend the appropriate amount of time on the course and its resources to ensure compliance with Regulations.           Read More

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