This session covers “performance” of “safety-sensitive functions” in a repair station that is subject to 14 CFR part 120, Drug and Alcohol Testing Program. It focuses on the regulatory definitions of those activities and how they should be integrated into the repair station’s quality system and business practices. It also provides guidance on when tested employees should be removed or remain in the random testing pool.
Upon completion of this session, participants will have the tools to understand:
- The types of repair station functions that are and are not safety-sensitive under 14 CFR part 120.
- The definition of “performing” a safety-sensitive function.
- How the definitions of those terms should be integrated into the repair station’s manual and business system.
- When to move people in and out of the random testing pool.
Anyone working in aviation, particularly those employers and contractors performing safety-sensitive functions for U.S. air carriers and certain other operators in the United States.