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FAA Drug and Alcohol Testing Requirements - How to Comply with Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) part 120 and 49 CFR Part 40
This webinar will provide an emphasis on how to easily understand the FAA requirements relative to drug and alcohol testing and how to prepare for an FAA audit of an FAA approved Drug and Alcohol program.
Why Should You Attend:
This webinar will provide a review of 14 CFR Part 120 and 49 CFR Part 40, along with information on how to tie the two regulations together. The material covered will provide guidelines on how to comply with the two federal regulations and how to prepare for an FAA audit of an existing program.
This presentation will be beneficial to personnel responsible for the oversight and management of an existing FAA approved Drug and Alcohol program. The information provided will assist managers, quality managers, human resource managers and any other personnel responsible for compliance to the FAA drug and alcohol testing programs.
Areas Covered in the Seminar:
- Review of 14 CFR Part 120
- Review of 49 CFR Part 40
- Guidelines for complying with FAA drug and alcohol testing programs
- FAA audit preparation
Who Will Benefit:
- Quality Managers and personnel responsible for establishing and complying with FAA drug and alcohol testing program requirements.
- Human Resources personnel who have drug and alcohol program oversight responsibilities.
- Aerospace company management personnel wanting to expand their business into the maintenance arena where FAA drug and alcohol testing is a requirement.
Greg Fredenburg, has been in the aerospace industry for 25 years with extensive experience in the maintenance area as a Repair Station Accountable Manager for more than one Boeing Repair Station as well as with the company he is currently with, CIRCOR Aerospace Incorporated. Greg was the project manager responsible for establishing two FAA Certificated Repair Stations from scratch, including the first foreign FAA certificated repair station for Boeing. Greg has provided easy to understand material to senior management relative to the establishment and continuing compliance with FAA repair station regulations to ensure proper resources were provided to establish and maintain a healthy aerospace repair business.
Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) regulations 14 CFR Part 120 and 49 CFR Part 40 define the requirements that companies, organizations, and personnel performing “Safety-Sensitive” functions relative to civilian aircraft maintenance must abide by.
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