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This course introduces the learner to the Department of Transportation (DOT) Regulations relating to drug and alcohol testing. This course takes a detailed look at the specific regulations found in 49 CFR Part 40 relating to drug and alcohol testing and requirements for your company under these Federal Rules. This highly detailed course covers: • The DOT Operating Agencies • Who is subject to DOT's drug and alcohol testing rules and when  • DOT's drug testing and alcohol testing processes  • Employer, employee, and supervisor responsibilities  • Consequences for positive tests and refusals to test • Types of substances (drugs) that are used and abused  • How these substances affect a person's health, abilities, performance, etc. • Effects of alcohol abuse • Personal and professional issues caused by alcohol use and drug abuse • The role of the substance abuse professional (SAP)  • Return-to-duty process (as required under the DOT regulations)• Record-keeping, records access, and confidentiality Read More

This online Collector Training Course (Train-The-Trainer) includes the full DOT Specimen Collector training course (11 Modules), plus the Collector Train-the-Trainer Module. This course also includes all documents and forms from the Collector training course, plus many additional documents/forms for the Monitor/Trainer to utilize in training others. Online collector training for DOT specimen collections including: full Qualification training as required by 49 CFR Part 40, for Collector and Collector Monitor/Trainer Training.  The most comprehensive Collector training available!  IMPORTANT NOTICE: This course is copyrighted and is meant for one person only (solely the person this individual course was purchased for). You may NOT copy, print, reuse, or distribute any part of this electronic course in any form. You may print only the provided documents and forms – available in the clickable links provided within the course. Certified Training Solutions rigorously protects our copyrighted material and investigates suspected violations. WARNING: Unauthorized reproduction and/or use of this training course will result in legal action and prosecution under U.S. Copyright laws. By continuing this course, YOU AGREE: To abide by all copyright laws, and: To not copy (electronically or otherwise), save, re-use, distribute,  or utilize this online training course for any other person(s). Example: You may not copy or re-use this material to train others.  You agree and understand that you must purchase an additional course for each person. Note: You will have 30 days to complete this course from the date of your first login email. You may purchase an additional 30-day extension for a course re-generation fee of $20.00. Read More

Online collector training for DOT specimen collections, including: full course on Basic Training and Qualification training, as required by 49 CFR Part 40.This online training course covers in detail the rules and regulations pertaining to the Specimen Collector's role in the Department of Transportation drug testing process. DOT Specimen Collectors must receive "qualification training" in order to comply with the Federal regulations included in 49 CFR Part 40. This qualification training course includes the DOT-required information such as: (1) All steps necessary to complete a collection correctly and the proper completion and transmission of the CCF;   (2) “Problem” collections (e.g., situations like “shy bladder” and attempts to tamper with a specimen);   (3) Fatal flaws, correctable flaws, and how to correct problems in collections; and   (4) The collector's responsibility for maintaining the integrity of the collection process, ensuring the privacy of employees being tested, ensuring the security of the specimen, and avoiding conduct or statements that could be viewed as offensive or inappropriate. This extremely thorough course also includes a bonus module that gets the collector thinking by presenting challenging collection scenarios to engage the collector student's thought processes and build confidence in handling challenging real-world situations. Note: No online or self-study training program provides complete Collector training (or certification) as required by the Department of Transportation regulations. After completing this portion of the qualification training, the Collector must also demonstrate their proficiency in DOT collections by completing five (5) mock error-free collections under the observation of a qualified monitor. The monitor must monitor and evaluate the collector's performance and attest in writing that the collector's collections were error-free. A form is included in the course for you to properly document your five mock collections with your mentor after completion of this portion of the training. The DOT requires that Specimen Collectors repeat their training every five years -- both parts of qualification training: (1) Rules and regulations training along with training on proper collection procedures and documentation in all collection situations; (2) as well as the proficiency demonstration (5 mock collections). Bonus Module (#11): This module offers a study of several real life scenarios that a professional specimen collector may face in the field. This section offers 17 true-to-life situations that a collector might face in conducting DOT collections and allows the collector student the opportunity to engage in critical thinking to address these situations.  Read More

This one-hour course introduces employees to the importance of a drug-free workplace.This course is geared towards employees, and covers: What a company's drug-free workplace policy typically includes, such as: the purpose and goal of a drug-free workplace policy, who is covered, when and where the policy applies, types of behavior prohibited, types of testing (such as drug and alcohol testing), and consequences for violating the policy.   Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) Confidentiality Employee responsibilities under a drug-free policy Supervisors and the company responsibilities under a drug-free policy Legal concerns for the employee violating a drug-free workplace policy The testing process The impact and cost of substance abuse in the workplace Addiction and tolerance Signs & Symptoms of a potential substance abuse problem Read More

This course covers: • The importance of a drug free workplace policy• The supervisor’s responsibilities in a drug-free workplace• The impact and cost of substance abuse in the workplace• Addiction• Help and assistance for employees with substance abuse concerns• Resources and Summary of Signs & Symptoms of Substance Abuse Read More

This training module contains pertinent information relating to the FAA’s drug and alcohol testing program and testing requirements for air traffic controllers, Part 119 Certificate Holders authorized to conduct operations under Part 121 or Part 135, or Operators under 91.147. This module will assist the Designated Employer Representative (DER) with the knowledge needed to execute a drug and alcohol testing program that meets the FAA requirements found in 14 CFR Part 120. This individual training module is best used in conjunction with the full DER Training Course.This module is meant to complement the full DER training course and should be taken along with the full DER training course.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

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