JJ Keller Alcohol & Drug Testing: What Drivers Need to Know (2 hours) (Onsite)
This course covers 11 items required by regulation, including alcohol and drug prohibitions, types of testing required, testing procedures, consequences of violating prohibitions, and consequences of alcohol and drug abuse. Also updated to include information about the DOT’s Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse effective January 6, 2020. After completing this alcohol and drug testing training, learners will be able to: describe the alcohol and drug prohibitions that apply to CMV operators Identify the types of test drivers expected in various situations, identify and explain procedures for alcohol and drug testing. The consequences of violations, recognize prohibitions, the effects of alcohol and substance abuse and how they affect driving ability.
Rules & Regulations
- Who is Covered by the Regulations
- The Prohibitions
- CSA’s Controlled Substances/Alcohol BASIC
Types of Testing
- Pre-Employment Post-Accident
- Reasonable Suspicion
- Return-to-Duty & Follow-Up
- Alcohol Testing
- Drug Testing
Consequences of Violating the Prohibitions
- Failing an Alcohol Test
- Testing Positive for Drugs
- Refusing Tests
- The SAP
- Alcohol & Drug Testing Records
- Self-Admission Program
- Where to Go for Help
- Effects of Alcohol Abuse & Drug Use
Minimum of 5 registered
- Those with CDL licenses
- Those managing individuals with CDL licenses
- Human Resource Directors
- Human Resource Analysts
- Human Resource Specialists
The class is taught IN-PERSON at your location with a minimum of 5 registered. Depending on location, there may be a travel charge assessed.
Classes can be scheduled by calling our offices at 813.420.5891. Our administrative staff will send you an estimate within 24 hours and will assist in scheduling your class.
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