This video describes the effects and consequences of prohibited drug use on personal health, safety, and the work environment, and on the signs and symptoms that may indicate prohibited drug use.
This publication provides explanation of the history of the drug and alcohol testing regulations and the testing circumstances under which safety-sensitive employees are subject to.
Recent amendments to the USDOT rule changed the Medical Review Officer’s process for reporting medication safety concerns to employers.
This session will identify the most common drug and alcohol program issues that rural transit systems face and provide best practices to overcome those challenges.
Do you employ safety-sensitive employees who must take drug and alcohol tests regulated by the United States Department of Transportation (DOT)?
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Although it is not FTA specific, it gives readers an overview of the DOT drug and alcohol testing program, explains the covered employee’s rights and responsibilities and also answers frequently asked questions about the DOT testing program.
This short, but informative training video addresses the FTA definition of an “accident” and the testing procedures to follow when an event meets the FTA threshold for conducting post accident drug and alcohol tests.
This training video meets the FTA supervisor reasonable suspicion training requirement (49 CFR Part 655.14) when used in conjunction with the Participant Workbook and Instructor’s Guide.