What Supervisors Need to Know about FAA Alcohol and Drug Testing (Updated 2012)
DVD, Leader Guide Binder, and a FAA Supervisor‘s Manual,
and FAA "Drugs Don’t Work Here! Poster" compliance poster
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FAA Aviation Supervisor Alcohol and Drug DVD Training Kit.
The DVD, Leader's Guide Binder, Aviation Supervisor's Manual, and FAA "Drugs Don't Work Here!" compliance poster are designed to help the employer meet compliance with the FAA education and training requirements of 14 CFR Part 120 and 49 CFR Part 40
Who should take this training?
The two hour FAA Alcohol and Drug Testing Awareness training is mandated by FAA for all managers and supervisors of employees designed by DOT regulations as being in safety-sensitive positions:
• Flight Crew Members
• Flight Attendants
• Flight Instructors
• Aircraft Dispatchers (Flight Controllers and Weight and Balance Personnel)
• Aircraft Maintenance (Mechanics, QC Inspectors, Technical Specialists)
• Management Staff required to perform regulated functions
• Ground Security Coordinators
• Aviation Screening Personnel
• Air Traffic Control Personnel
• And simply anyone who puts anything on an aircraft.
All managers and supervisors that supervisor these covered positions must take a two hour alcohol and drug awareness course that includes reasonable suspicion training.
New supervisors and managers must be trained as soon possible after hire, promotion, or transfer to safety-sensitive management duty. The size of a flight operation does not change the FAA requirement for supervisor training.
What are the objectives of the FAA Supervisor Alcohol and Drug Testing training?
As a result of this training program, supervisors and managers will be able to:
• Describe their role and responsibilities implementing your substance abuse policy according to FAA rules.
• Identify the person(s) (Designated Employer Representative [DER], HR, etc.) designated to answer questions about your company's FAA rules, and your substance abuse policy and procedures.
• List the categories of employees subject to FAA regulations.
• Describe specific conduct that is prohibited by the FAA and when that conduct is prohibited.
• List the types of drug & alcohol tests that can be done.
• Define conditions of refusals to test and consequences.
• Recognize the effects, signs, and symptoms of possible alcohol or drug use on individual's health, work, and personal life, signs and symptoms of an alcohol problem and available methods of evaluating and resolving problems.
• Demonstrate how to effectively intervene in a reasonable cause/suspicion situation associated with the misuse of alcohol and intervening when an alcohol or drug problem is suspected, including confrontation, referral to an available employee assistance program, and/or referral to management.
• Describe, in general terms, the procedures for each type of testing.
• Describe the FAA consequences for prohibited conduct including removal from safety-sensitive duties, and possible permanent disqualification from service.
• Provide employees with the information they need about the DOT/FAA rules, procedures, and EAP resources to contact in case of a problem.
Video: Short segments on DVD for specific training
The FAA supervisor program designed to help employers meet both the initial alcohol and drug training requirements and the recurrent employee assistance and reasonable suspicion training requirements of 14 CFR Part 120 and 49 CFR Part 40.
Compliance is never easy but we have made it simple by organizing the requirements into a easy to use training outline.
Leader's Guide Binder for FAA Supervisor Training
We followed the specified FAA information requirements to design a program that featured professionals from around the country to inform the supervisor about their role and responsibilities. The Leader Guide Binder provides an easy to follow outline that connects the video segments.
There are templates for overhead transparencies for group training, along with reproducible handouts, quiz and certificate, reasonable suspicion and cause forms, and attendance roster form, and the FAA “Drugs Don’t Work here! Poster
Aviation Supervisor's Alcohol and Drug Preparation Manual
To assist in the learning process we developed the Aviation Supervisor's Manual so that supervisors could watch the video segments without having to take detailed notes. There is space for personal notes and your organization's substance abuse policy. Along with your substance abuse policy this manual can act as a resource to answer questions about what to do in different situations, and where to find help.
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