FAA Procedures for Transportation Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs

Instructor: Butch Wilson
Product ID: 703456
  • Duration: 60 Min

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This webinar will discuss the required procedures for conducting workplace drug and alcohol testing for the federally regulated transportation industry. Attendees will learn how to ensure compliance with the FAA's Drug and Alcohol Testing Regulation.

Why Should You Attend:

Department of Transportation (DOT) through the FAA issues authoritative interpretations of FAA's Drug and Alcohol testing regulation. This regulation tells how to conduct these tests and what procedures to use. It also concerns the activities of transportation employers, safety-sensitive transportation employees including self-employed individuals, contractors and volunteers as covered by DOT agency regulations and service agents.

This webinar will explain the general responsibilities of employers under FAA's Drug and Alcohol testing regulation. It will also discuss how one can get an exemption from a requirement in this regulation.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • How one can get an exemption from a requirement in this regulation
  • What are the general responsibilities of employers under this regulation
  • What collection information must employers provide to collectors
  • May an employer stand down an employee before the MRO has completed the verification process?
  • What actions do employers take after receiving verified test results
  • May an employer require an employee to sign consent to release in connection with the DOT drug and alcohol testing program?

Who Will Benefit:

  • Air Carrier Owners & Operators
  • Pilots of 135 and 121 Operators
  • Contract Air Traffic Controllers
  • Contract Military Air Traffic Controllers
  • Pilots involved in Aircraft Accidents
  • Airline CEO’s
  • Director of Safety and Staff
  • Director of Maintenance Personnel
  • Director of Quality Control Personnel
  • Chief Pilots and Flight Attendants

Instructor Profile:

Butch Wilson , is the owner of Wilson Aviation Consulting Services, LLC with more the 32 years of experience in the field of Aviation Safety. During his 32 years with the NTSB, he has worked as the Investigator In Charge (IIC) on over 1,000 accidents, and has investigated more than 50 major air carriers accidents as the Survivability and Crashworthiness, group chairman, maintenance records and structures group chairman. In Wilson Aviation Consulting Services, his services include aircraft reconstruction, Crash Survivability, aircraft crashworthiness, maintenance records review, pilot logbook review and the examination of FAA Certified repair stations, etc. Butch is a member of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI), his is a certified commercial Pilot with Single engine land SEL, Multi-engine land MEL and Instrument Ratings. He has over 1,000 hours of flight time and more than 15 awards and honors in his name from different boards and airlines.

Topic Background:

Who does this regulation cover- 14 CFR 120.1 :

  • All air carriers and operators certificated under part 119 authorized to conduct operations under part 121 or part 135.
  • All air traffic control facilities not operated by the FAA or by or under contract to the U.S Military; and all operators as defined in 14 CFR 91.147.
  • All individuals who perform, either directly or by contract, a safety-sensitive functions and elect to implement a drug and alcohol testing program.
  • All part 145 certificate holders who perform safety-sensitive functions and elect to implement a drug and alcohol testing program.
  • All contractors who elect to implement a drug and alcohol testing program.
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