Plan now to attend the upcoming DER Training Webinar. Protect your business from non-compliance with DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing regulations.
- 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, April 27, 2017, 01:30 pm EST to 03:30 pm 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: 321-622-9959 • JULIE@JOEREILLY.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
- Designated Employer Representative (DER)
- Written Policy
- Regulations on file
- Previous employer checks
- Employee Education
- Supervisor Training
- Removal of covered employees
- Pre-employment tests
- Correct Federal Custody & Control forms (CCF)
- Random pool
- Post accident testing situations
- Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) Process
- Record keeping
- Drug Testing
- Alcohol Testing
DER Overall Responsibilities
- Responsible for administering the DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing Program.
- The Liaison with drug and alcohol testing service agents.
- The DER is informed of every test and its result.
The DER performs the functions necessary according to the results of the tests and is authorized by an employer to take immediate action(s)including:
- To remove employees from safety-sensitive duties
- To make necessary decisions in the testing and evaluation process
- Receives test results and other communications for the employer