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DER Training Live Webinar – Thursday, February 18, 2016

22 Jan 2016

... Plan now to attend the upcoming DER Training Webinar. Protect your business from non-compliance with DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing regulations.

DER Training Live Webinar – Thursday, February 18, 2016, 10:30 am EST - 12:30pm EST

  • Is your company regulated by the United States Department of Transportation (DOT)?
  • Are you required to have a DOT drug & alcohol testing program?
  • Is your DOT drug & alcohol testing program in compliance with DOT regulations?
  • Are you prepared for an audit on your DOT drug & alcohol testing program?

If YES – you are required to have on your management team a DER – a Designated Employer Representative.  Have you received DER training? Do you know how to effectively manage your DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing Program? Learn how to be compliant with DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing regulations with this important webinar.

DER Training Live Webinar – Thursday, February 18, 2016, 10:30am EST to 12:30am EST

Appropriate For All Transportation Modes: FMCSA, FAA, FTA, FRA, PHMSA, USCG

  • Limited Seating
  • Pre-Registration is required
  • Pre-Training Review Materials Will Be Provided to all Registered Attendees
  • Certificates of Training Will Be Issued
  • Training Fee - $99.00 – Advance Registration and Payment is Required

FOR QUESTIONS OR DETAILS CALL OR E-MAIL: PHONE: (866) 843-4545 • orders@nationaldrugscreening.com 

ALL REGISTRATIONS WILL BE CONFIRMED VIA PHONE AND E-MAIL

DER Training for the DOT Regulated Drug & Alcohol Testing Program

DER Specific Duties

  • Manage Drug & Alcohol Testing Program
  • Manage with assistance from TPA the random drug & alcohol testing 
  • Receive drug & alcohol test results
  • Remove employees from safety sensitive functions when result if positive or test is refused
  • Refer employees to the Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) and facilitate return to duty, if allowed
  • Coordinate follow up testing after a return to duty
  • Coordinate physician referrals for “shy bladder” and “shy lung” situations
  • Report test results to agency and/or state and local authorities, if necessary
  • DER must be familiar with entire testing process
  • Responsible for compliance with 49 CFR Part 40 and Agency Regulations
  • Knowledge of Urine Collection Procedures
  • Knowledge of  Breath Alcohol Testing procedures
  • Receive Breath Alcohol Results from BAT
  • Knowledge of Correction of flaws, fatal flaws, and problem tests
  • Determining Refusals to Test
  • Responsible for compliance with Drug & Alcohol Testing Program regulations