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The Designated Employer Representative (DER) online training course with FMCSA Module. This is a comprehensive course designed to prepare the DER to perform his or her duties properly relating to Federal drug & alcohol testing, as required by the Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). The course offers an in-depth, plain-English study of the Federal regulations, 49 CFR Part 40 and FMCSA's Part 382 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. Every company covered by Department of Transportation Regulations that employs safety-sensitive employees, must have one (or more) Designated Employer Representatives (DERs). The DER must have thorough knowledge of his or her responsibilities under the Federal Regulations (49 CFR Part 40). The DER has authority to make decisions about the testing process and answer questions about it.  In order to make proper decisions and handle all aspects of the DOT drug & alcohol testing program, the DER needs a complete understanding of the Rules and his or her duties under the Federal Regulations. This course is ideal for: Company owners with DOT-covered employees, Self-employed  owner-operators, Human Resources Managers, Safety Managers, Drug and Alcohol Program Managers, Supervisors overseeing safety-sensitive employees, Persons already designated as the DER for their company, Anyone having duties relating to safety for Department of Transportation employees! For a complete course outline, visit: http://www.certifiedtrainingsolutions.com/der-course-outline.html 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. This combo-course/learning path includes (FREE!) Supervisor/DER Reasonable Suspicion training course for DOT-covered Employers (signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol use/abuse). Read More

This 3-course bundle includes: The full Designated Employer Representative (DER) course for DOT-covered managers; PLUS the FRA Post-accident Determination Training Course, and Reasonable Suspicion for DOT-covered Supervisors. 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 online Breath Alcohol Technician (BAT) training course covers Component 1 the DOT-required training for BATs -- the procedural requirements and Rules & Regulations found in 49 CFR Part 40.This course includes training on the following: The Federal alcohol rules EBT methodology Quality Assurance Plans (QAPs) for breath alcohol instruments Testing location requirements The alcohol testing form (ATF) Much more! Students will gain an in-depth knowledge of the DOT workplace alcohol misuse prevention rules, they will become familiar with evidential breath alcohol testing devices and the functions they perform, and learn what records must be maintained and the rules regarding disclosure of information and records. This course teaches students to properly conduct DOT alcohol screening and confirmations tests and how to properly complete the ATF and how to take documentation in normal and problems testing situations.This course contains seven (7) training modules and seven (7) quizzes, plus a bonus 8th module that includes information, resources, and free forms for the BAT student to use in completing their proficiency demonstration (component 2 of the required training for BATs). Read More

This FRA-APPROVED 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.   THIS COURSE IS APPROVED BY THE FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION (copy of Approval Letter from the FRA available for download on our website): https://www.certifiedtrainingsolutions.com/fra-post-accident-training.html Approved course ID# CTS-FRA-PA1 Read More

This online course defines blood-borne pathogens and OPIM, as well as what the OSHA standards require. The student is introduced to sources of BBP, modes of transmission, exposure control plans, engineering and work practice controls (including those related to hand-washing and needle sticks), personal protective equipment (PPE), waste disposal, Hepatitis B Vaccinations and follow-up after an occupational exposure, hazard communication and training for employees, and record-keeping requirements. Read More

THIS IS A DEMO COURSE/PREVIEW OF OUR FRA POST-ACCIDENT DETERMINATION TRAINING COURSE.   IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE ENROLLED IN THE DEMO COURSE FOR FREE, PLEASE CONTACT CERTIFIED TRAINING SOLUTIONS. FULL COURSE DESCRIPTION:  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

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