06 Dec 2022
THIS IS A 3-PART SERIES SCHEDULED FOR DECEMBER 6-8, 2022 FROM 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM MOUNTAIN TIME EACH DAY. Attendance for all 3 days is required to receive a certificate.
The Drug & Alcohol Program Management & Compliance training is designed to be a 3-part series focusing on the drug and alcohol regulations governing a transit system’s compliance under the United States Department of Transportation (49 CFR Part 40) and the Federal Transit Administration (49 CFR Part 655). This training series will provide a comprehensive overview of the FTA Drug and Alcohol testing program, covering all major topic areas of FTA drug & alcohol program management and compliance. The comprehensive nature of this course makes it useful for both new and experienced drug and alcohol program managers (DAPMs)/designated employer representatives (DERs). The course offers the needed foundation and introduction for any new drug and alcohol program manager who may not have a lot of exposure/training on the USDOT-FTA drug & alcohol regulations; however, the course also provides and allows time for, the in-depth and detailed discussions/case-studies often sought after by the most seasoned and experienced drug and alcohol program managers.
This training is also designed to keep State DOT and other transit administrators/program managers up-to-date and knowledgeable about current compliance issues.
Each 3-hour module will explain a subset of the subject matter referencing FTA requirements, examples, best practices, and methods to meet the requirements of 49 CFR Parts 40 and 655. The main topic areas covered include policy development and implementation; drug and alcohol testing categories; testing procedures; procurement of testing services; employer/supervisor training; record-keeping, contractor/vendor oversight, and others.
This DAPM training is being done virtually via Zoom. You will receive the link to the training after registration.
If yes, please contact the training coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 937-299-5007, at least two (2) business days prior to the training.