Employers who only have drug-free workplace programs subject to federal regulations rather than federal regulations and company policy under state law should enroll in this bundle. For example, a trucking company regulated by the United States Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration with a drug-free workplace program pursuant to federal regulations for their drivers only and not for dispatch would take this bundle.

This course bundle combines the following courses:

  • DOT Urine Specimen Collector Training
    • This course covers all three required aspects of training for collecting urine specimens for DOT-covered employees in 49 C.F.R. Part 40.33 including basic information, qualification training, and initial proficiency demonstrations.
    • This course also includes all of the supplies necessary to complete the initial proficiency demonstrations in one transparent price.
    • This course now also includes the most recent version of the supplementary textbook on the federal regulations: “A GUIDE TO FEDERAL REGULATIONS ON DRUG & ALCOHOL TESTING
  • DOT/Non-DOT Breath Alcohol Technician Training
    • This comprehensive course is provided for all makes and models of NHTSA-approved Evidential Breath Testing Devices (EBT Devices)—don’t get stuck buying a device that matches your trainer, use your own device or purchase the device you prefer.
    • The DOT Breath Alcohol Technician Training course meets all three requirements of 49 C.F.R. Part 40.213 for Basic Information, Qualification Training, and Initial Proficiency Demonstrations in one transparent price.
  • Employer Guidance for the Drug-Free Workplace
    • Just starting the transition of all or part of your testing program in-house? You will need to set up one or more contracts with a laboratory to send specimens for screening and/or confirmation. You may need assistance with reviewing and implementing existing policies and procedures.

Select at least one course below:

  • Designated Employer Representative (DER) Course(s)
    • The Designated Employer Representative is the person who is ultimately in charge of the drug-free workplace policy at the company and is responsible for making crucial decisions regarding the testing process including determinations of refusals to test, compliance with return-to-duty and follow-up testing, managing random testing programs, and answering questions regarding every step of the process.
    • Employers who are federally regulated must designate a DER and many often have multiple assistant DERs depending on the size of the company.
    • The DER must be intimately familiar with the applicable federal regulations, state regulations, and the company drug-free workplace policy.
    • Courses available include: