This session will test the participants’ knowledge of the drug and alcohol testing requirements in 14 and 49 CFR by presenting several hypothetical case studies. Each one will focus on one or more of the significant regulatory principles relating to these required federal programs. It will also explain where to find additional FAA and DOT guidance when questions arise about drug and alcohol compliance. Participants will apply the knowledge gained from the previous drug and alcohol training sessions in a logical and coordinated manner, taking into account both FAA and DOT requirements and how to integrate compliance requirements into their day-to-day business activities.
Upon completion of this session, participants will have the tools to understand the DOT/FAA drug and alcohol testing requirements and how to apply them in common business settings.
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.
Materials Note: The materials for this session include a May 2017 Legal Interpretation clarifying that employees performing tasks solely related to receiving articles for stock are not performing a safety sensitive function under part 120 and should not be included in a testing pool.