In the course, we cover random drug testing. It is one of six DOT testing situations.
We cover all of those testing situations in our Advanced FAA Supervisor Training Program.
In the course you will learn:
The Nature of Random Drug Testing
FAA random drug testing is, well, random. All of the employees who must take part in the DOT drug and alcohol testing program, i.e. all employees with FAA safety sensitive positions, are pooled together. And then periodically names are drawn from that pool randomly.
We discuss how smaller companies can join a drug testing consortium, and we discuss how often you need to draw employees randomly, as per FAA rules.
But it is important to understand that it is completely random. After one round, everyone’s name goes back into the pool, and everyone has equal chance of being drawn the next time. So if you were drawn once, don’t think that you won’t be drawn the next round. You have the same chance the second time around as you did the first time.
DOT Random Drug Testing Procedures
The DOT has specific guidelines for carrying out random drug testing. We go over those rules in detail in the course.
Learn how to administer the drug test; learn how to randomly select employees; and learn whether you and your company are good fits to join a drug testing consortium.
Again, the rules are straightforward but specific. So you need to know them. And that is exactly what our training gives you – the practical know-how to carry out random drug testing.
How To Initiate Random Drug Testing Under FAA Rules
We will go into detail on setting up your FAA random drug testing program, explaining the FAA rules and standards that you need to abide by.
We discuss DOT drug testing consortiums, how to select employees randomly, and how to get the program up and running so that you are in compliance with the FAA and DOT.
Check out our Advanced FAA Supervisor Training Program, which is the only program that includes our Random Drug Testing Course.