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Drug & Alcohol Consortium

Training

Training helps you stay compliant and gain expertise. Our trainings are included in your membership.

Drug & Alcohol Supervisor training

The U.S. Department of Transportation regulation mandates that all supervisors of CDL employees, transit or gas utility workers, or any employee who might consult on a reasonable suspicion determination must receive one-hour of training in drug awareness and one-hour of training in alcohol abuse. This training covers U.S. DOT mandates, federal updates, reasonable suspicion test, and more.

Drug Free Workplace Act training

As mandated by the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988, all governmental agencies receiving federal grant monies must provide a drug-free workplace. Heightened attention has sparked closer scrutiny on updating drug & alcohol policies and educating employees about their personal choices in off-hours that may affect their on-duty performance. Attendees will receive an updated Drug-Free Workplace Policy template, hear the latest trends in reasonable suspicion and post-accident testing scenarios and learn about employee’s accountability to your Drug-Free Workplace policy.

Registration and fees
$300 per day for D&A members
$600 per day for Member Pooling Program members
$1000 per day for everyone else

This training is customized for each employer. Employer Drug Free Workplace Policy required at least one month in advance of your training. Contact Melissa Taylor to schedule your training.

Designated Employer Representative (DER) training

This training covers key aspects of the Designated Employer Representative's (DER) responsibilities, including oversight of U.S. DOT drug test collections, laboratory testing, result reporting, alcohol testing, random selections, and the return-to-duty process after a violation.

Member Expo

Held each fall, this conference helps you get the information you need to make your job easier, reduce risks, and utilize free member resources. This free conference is free to D&A Consortium members.

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